Multiple Time Frame Trading Methodology on How to Draw Support an…



A multiple time frame trading method: How to draw support and resistance lines so you don’t get deceived on your entries.

Drawing support and resistance lines from long term charts and putting them on short term charts is important, but can lead to some deceiving trade entries & exits unless you do it right (and most traders don’t!).

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