# STRUCTURE - The key to success!

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STRUCTURING - The key to success! (Part 1)

That structuring and order is the key to success, most will have already heard and partially applied in their own lives.

- Chart analysis is no exception and after correct application the results are even monetarily noticeable.

1st Part = THE PROBLEM
2nd Part = THE SOLUTION
3rd Part = CONCLUSION

PART 1 = THE PROBLEM

"EVERYONE WILL KNOW THE EXPERIENCE,
TO HAVE SET A TRADE, TO BE SURE OF VICTORY,
ONLY TO BE MERCILESSLY STOPPED OUT."

In hindsight, you analyze your failed trade and realize that in another "Time Frame" an important support/resistance level was below/above your "Stop Loss" and the "Trade Idea" was already - BEFORE - INVALIDATED.

-> So one could have saved the "LOSS".

Most of us will analyze several "Time Frames" to know - which levels are strong/weak and relevant.

-> Regardless of the preferred "Time Frame", one will include the next larger/smaller "Time Frames" in one's analysis.

-> The more "Time Frames" you analyze and include in your final decision, the more confusing it gets.

-> The chart looks like a battlefield and the probability to make a profitable decision diminishes - significantly.

The time spent to put together the individual pieces of the puzzle to the big whole is no longer presentable.

To avoid this problem and to make the "Multi-Time-Frame" analysis as effective as possible. I have tested the possibilities provided by "TradingView" and worked out solutions that work for me.

-> I will present these in the following posts to inspire you and possibly provide a solution for an already existing problem.

The benefits of a working structure are:

"LONG-TERM TIME SAVINGS" + "SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER DECISIONS".

2. PART = THE SOLUTION

2.1. INTEGRATION OF THE OBJECT TREE

The platform provides an "element" overview - of all objects drawn in.
-> this option is an excellent way to structure all the objects located in the chart.

- If you haven't used this option before, you will probably belong to the majority.

- Unfortunately, this tool has not been sufficiently promoted by "TradingView", which is why it is unknown to many.

You can find the "Object tree" on the right side, at the very bottom. (Image 1)

If you have never used / structured the object tree before, it will look similar to our "UN-ORDERLY" example. (Image 2)

In the third image, you can see how it can be once you take the time to add order. (Image 3)

To get an overview, you can sort the drawn objects into groups and label them, depending on your own preference / structure.

- This works with a simple right click on the object (e.g. Fib-Retracement).
- There is then the selection "CREATE A GROUP OF DRAWINGS".

Once several groups have been created, you may need a placeholder.

Any is not provided by the program, but can be easily created yourself.

= Simply draw a point with the BRUSH tool.
-> switch off all Time Frames at Visibility
-> create own folder for this point with e.g. "- - - - - - -".

3. PART = CONCLUSION

With a little effort, order and structure can be provided here in the "much" edited charts.

How you want to set up this structure is entirely up to you. In case you need a little inspiration, you can take the one I created.

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IDT - Supply&Demand
IDT - Fibonacci
IDT - Trendlines
IDT - Point of interest
IDT - Market Structure Break
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HTF - Supply&Demand
HTF - Fibonacci
HTF - Trendlines
HTF - Point of interest
HTF - Market Structure Break
HTF – Volume level
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LONG IDEA
SHORT IDEA
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