Hi @macilme thank you. Recently I had a sample large enough to extract all my mistakes, and therefore looking at 10 different types errors that are recurring in my trading, by focusing on implementing the right behaviors instead of these that could be the end of self sabotage and therefore the start of profitability.
On the time frames, you are right, probably more work with the faster time frames. My niche is the 15mn time frames (entry and management), with the idea to ride 60 and 240mn trends. Doing so, it usually takes 1 to 3 hours to find and enter, and when things goes well within 6 hours I am either stopped out or in a risk free trade, and ready to ride the trend. So my trading cessions require 2 to 3 hours of work, additional 3 of close monitoring and after that the trades can live on up to a few days. I trade the 26/28 most liquid pairs (usd, eur, jpy, cad, aud, nzd, chf).
It could be possible to trade as you suggest, the daily charts - probably look at it once a week but I would need to trade a lot more pairs to compensate the reduction of signals (I specializes on 2/3 strategies, which is compensated by the number of signals the fast time frames give, and would need more instrument if I trade slower time frames). Daily charts are believe are less stressful and need less work, but I am not super patient and can focus quite a bit when it is for few hours, but diluted focus needed for daily charts would probably not sit well with me