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Date/Time: Mon, 02 Oct 2023 02:42:30 +0000

Post From: Time Zooming

[2022-05-29 06:55:21]
Techotomy - Posts: 104
Hi John,

That is an option if I want partially inaccurate trend lines since the "same" trend-line between the "same" points on the higher time frame give a different trend-line on lower time frames as the chart software doesn't distinguish or identify equivalent x,y points between time-frames. For example, if I try to connect a ray from one high to another high on the one-hour time-frame and switch to the one-minute minute, the ray no longer connects to the second high, and points along the line that were below on the one-hour, are now above on the one-minute. I understand that there are degenerate highs/lows that would require inference to convert between multiple time-frames (e.g., choosing high on one-hour would select the expected high on the one-minute), but it would be nice to see software that is smart enough, with no complex logical really needed I believe, to accurately convert between time-frames.