Using 4 timeframes namely H1, M30, M15, and M5 to trade. Orders are placed only in the last 10 minutes of each trading hour if there is a signal. That is, if the trade is at 7:00 am, you will watch the order around 7:50. At 8:00 in the morning, trade at 8:50 am

The trading method is an example we see on the 3 largest timeframes (assuming the H1, M30, M15, and M5 are selected, the 3 biggest frames are H1, M30, and M15). color no. If the same color => is in the same direction with a certain trend. At this point, at the smallest time frame, you will place an order according to the candlestick color of the previous 3 frames.

A more specific example like EURUSD is now 7:50 am. At this time, the H1 candle from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm is white (bullish candle) and has not yet closed (8am will close), the M30 candle from 7:30 to 8:00 is white and has not closed (8am closed), the M15 7g45-8am candle has just gone. is 1/3 of the time and is a white candle (bullish). So, in terms of trend, we have H1 increasing, M30 increasing, M15 also increasing, so you can enter a buy order on the M5 at 7:50 in the direction of the uptrend of the 3 above timeframes.

Apply the above method for the 2 illustrations below


At 10:50 am, EURUSD has the first 2 frames which are both bullish candlesticks, but frame 3 (M15) is a candle with an unknown direction, so do not enter at 10:50 a.m.


At 10:50 pm, GBPUSD had all 3 standard bear frames, so a sell order was placed at the opening price of M5 candlestick at 10:50 am.

About stop loss and take profit: this is primarily just an idea for entry points, not a complete trading system. You can associate it with which method of risk management you find appropriate.