This article on Multiple time frame analysis is the opinion of Optimus Futures, LLC.
Multiple time frame analysis involves examining an asset’s price action across different time frames to gain a more big-picture view of the market’s price action. The main risk of not checking multiple time frames is that traders may miss critical information. By incorporating multiple time frame analysis into their trading strategy, traders can potentially increase their odds of success in the markets.
Trading is a game of probability. It begins when you decide on a price to enter the market. It ends when you exit the market. The significance of your market analysis and trading
This article on MACD Strategy is the opinion of Optimus Futures, LLC and is not intended to be trading advice.
Although moving averages can help us gauge trends, they aren’t really designed to give us specific entry points to go long or short. Some traders like to use two moving averages, a faster and a slower one, hoping that a “crossover” would be more effective in generating trade signals.
Sometimes it works. Sometimes, perhaps more often than not, it fails badly, producing lots of “whipsaw” movement.
There has to be a broader context from which to view crossover
This article on MACD settings for Day Trading is the opinion of Optimus Futures, LLC and is not intended to be trading advice.
The smaller the time frame, the more market noise factors into your trading environment. Since MACD can lag, as all moving average crossovers do, it might help to combine it with another indicator to confirm the probability of the price movement. VWAP and Super Trend indicators are two tools that can be effective in confirming bullish and bearish breakouts.
As a day trader, your aim is to capture short-term profits, usually in the form of just a few
This article on MACD settings for Swing Trading is the opinion of Optimus Futures, LLC and not intended to be trading advice.
Swing trading is a type of trading that targets the short-term to medium-term trend in any financial instrument. The trade generally lasts over a period of a few days to a few weeks.
While swing trading can expose you to overnight and weekend risk, it also might allow you to catch bigger trend movements and, potentially, larger returns.
In another article, we introduced the MACD and provided examples of how a longer-term trader
This article on Trading Screen Setup is the opinion of Optimus Futures.
An efficient trading screen (aka workspace) with the least visual noise is integral to developing any successful trading approach. Each individual/trading style will have a unique workspace depending on their goals and preferences.
Check out our ideas for different trading styles below to give you a head start on customizing your own workspace. All the work-spaces you see here are available on Optimus Flow as customizable templates.
To access the pre-built screen setups below, Download Optimus Flow, navigate to the Workspace Manager >