How to Analyze Multiple Timeframes Without Getting Confused

hey hey what's up my friend so welcome back to another episode of ask Rainer and today I have a question from Cara who asked hey Raina if I want to use multiple time frames in my trading right for example the price is coming into a daily support right how do I know use multiple time frames to better time my entry should I be looking at a one minute time frame the five minutes time trip or the one hour time frame a right and this is a good question and here's my take on it when when using multiple time frames you can think of it like you know let's say for example you're you're alright about 70 or so and you're trying to read the words on the monitor on your screen okay and it was a pretty small so what do you do you get a magnifying glass and you look at the monitor okay and it helps write the magnifying glass kind of you know expand the words and it's easier to read because now the font size is larger but what if you magnify too much let's say you make me fight to you know ten times what it was originally and would the phone size is gonna expand huge so what's gonna happen right if you look at that now the words will appear very large right like you know one huge you know thing in front of you all right you can start to see the individual grain of the pixel pixel by pixel and if you're looking at it right does it make sense no right you pretty much forgot you know what you're trying to accomplish in the first place right because you know the thing is way to zoom in and this is the same as trading right if you're looking at the daily time frame right for example the price coming into an area of support and you zoom in down to the one minute time frame - better time your entry it's way way way no - to zoom in just like the magnifying glass example right you can see the individual bar candle and stuff like that but you know you pretty much would you know has no relevance to the higher time frame which is the daily time frame because you're just way to zoom in right and whatever that you're looking at is pretty much noise compare or relative relative to the daily time frame so my suggestion is that if you wanna find a sweet spot where you know you zoom in enough to see additional information while at the same time right up using the information right that is related to the higher time frame I would suggest going with a factor of 4 to 6 right so what I mean by this is that let's say for example right the daily time frame again right price comes into support and you want a better time your entry you can use you know example of a factor of 6 so one day you have 24 hours so factor of six means that you go down to the four hour time frame right and start to see the price section right how it develops right and how it's actually better time your entry taking into consideration right that that is a trading of a particular support on a daily timeframe right so you can see that you zoom in a little bit more right at the same time right the information that you see right can be or is relevant right to the higher time frame like the daily timeframe so that is a factor of six if you use a factor of four let's say you know you identify resistance on the forward time frame so a factor of four would be then you go down to the one hour time frame four hours divided by four which is a factor of four right put on to the one hour time frame to better time your entry okay so this is pretty much all say in the sweet spot right to use multiple time frames if you know use a user factor of twenty or thirty you out see that the information is too to detail right any has no relevance to the higher time frame okay so with that's it I hope that answers your question Cara and for those of you who have anything that you want them to ask me leave it in the comment section below right now answer it right in a subsequent episode of a screener and if you want to learn proven trading strategies right to get rich slow right here down to my website trading with Rainer calm and I'll talk to you soon you