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Matt Johnson
2016-07-18 13:08:02


Hello,

Is it possible to use multiple time frames in a single trading system? For example, a long/short system that trades using 1-min data but only enters long trades when the underlying Daily chart is above the 200 day SMA and only enters short trades when the underlying Daily chart is below the 200 day SMA. Thanks in advance for any help!



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2016-07-19 04:10:36

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Yes, you can do that. Here is a blog post you can read about that:
http://www.quantshare.com/sa-575-how-to-backtest-an-intraday-stock-trading-system-with-eod-ranking



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