Multitime frame analysis can be done in just one click. just change the resolution to
15 min/30 min/1hr- if you intraday trader
1D- LONG TERM INVESTORS.
Multi-timeframe analysis (MTF) is a process in which traders can view the same ticker/indicator using a higher time frame than the chart’s, for example, displaying a daily moving average on a one-hour chart in just two clicks.
How to Use this to Buy Stocks ?
The technical indicator known as the Death cross occurs when the 50-day crosses below the 200-day => Signal.
An opposite indicator, known as the Golden cross, occurs when the 50-day crosses above the 200-day => Signal.
Crossovers are one of the main moving average strategies.
1st Strategy is the first type is a price crossover, which is when the price crosses above the => Buy signal
when the price crosses below the => Sell signal
2nd Strategy is to apply two moving averages to a chart: one longer and one shorter.
When the shorter-term MA (100) crosses above the longer-term MA (200), it's a buy signal, indicates trend is shifting up.
This is known as a "Golden cross."
Meanwhile, when the shorter-term MA (100) crosses below the longer-term MA (200), it's a sell signal, indicates trend is shifting down.
This is known as a "Dead/death cross."
The time frame or length you choose for a moving average, also called the "look back period," can play a big role in how effective it is.
An MA with a short time frame will react much quicker to price changes than an MA with a long look back period. In the figure below, the 20-day moving average more closely tracks the actual price than the 100-day moving average does.
A 20-day MA = more beneficial to a shorter-term trader, since it follows the price more closely.
A 100-day MA = more beneficial to a longer-term trader.
Moving averages work quite well in strong trending conditions but poorly in choppy or ranging conditions.
use this indicator along with Price action theory and not alone.
Moving average crossovers are a popular strategy for both entries and exits. MAs can also highlight areas of potential support or resistance