immy wrote:Shortest possible answer. YES. In our skype group, I always ask members to start at h1 even h4. The slower the chart the better for your learning. I know it might go against what I "used to say in the past" but that was true for me and this is true for majority of new traders that I have come across over the past 7 years. cheersmomozazat wrote:hi, Immy, do you mean is best for me to get start on H1 charts with setup? (instead of M1 and M5?)immy wrote:Hey Welcome to AIMSmomozazat wrote:Just joined and watched the video. i think i need some time to digest all information given. let get some practice tomorrow. :-bd
Just take your time. Its simple but the things that we don't yet understand appear to us as complex. Lets keep a scientific approach and simplify things by understanding them. As long as the market stays complex we don't yet understand it. But it really is simple. Start by following Setup 1 , apply the T20 approach on a demo. Don't jump into anything lower than h1.
all right! i will do that! thanks for advice.