You are wrong, the price of course goes back and forth, for all time periods, but the larger the TF, the longer it takes to wait for a signal to move and the stops are longer. Moreover, the M5 begins to move, and only then goes to the clock and other goals. The best option is to take several TF, such as H1 and M5. Take an hourly chart, draw a channel or trading range and work from its borders. And take the entry points for 5 minutes. Rebound or breakout from the level, based on graphical models or patterns. As a result, we get an entry at the level with a short stop, and set the profit at the hourly level or channel borders. And if you take one TF, especially a large one, then no matter how cool it is, it will often turn out that the stop is greater than or equal to the profit. If we consider M1, then on it, one noise is no more than that. So there is a difference .