Hello and welcome!
I trade mostly EOD myself, entering off the Daily. I’d always recommend looking a couple of TFs either side of any Entry chart, as it never hurts to get some extra context, and it can be amazing the way things become obvious when compared against other TFs. They all reflect the same Price, after all, so the data should not leave you conflicted. Personally, I always look at the Weekly and the Monthly for some reassurance that Price is not stuck on some seriously major level - even a good looking setup can reverse if Price is near a big extreme. I’d also then look at the 240 and the Hourly to understand where Price is on its cycle. You might see a nice trend, for instance, on the 240, which tells you that Price is due to retrace - that might even give you a more elegant, efficient Entry, or perhaps invalidate your setup. If the Hourly and 240 have both been showing a range for several days, that is relevant to your chances of expecting a realistic Daily movement - sometimes a setup which looks great on the Daily will simply retrace and Stop you straight out, for a reason which was predictable on another TF. So I’ll always scan for setups on the Daily, build my case (Fib, RSI, S&R levels etc) on the Daily, set my Entry and provisional TP on the Daily, but consult the other TFs as they might clarify my thinking.
(And FWIW and not to mess with your strategy I personally wouldn’t bother with RSI and Stochastic on the same chart, as they are such a similar indicator that they aren’t amplifying the picture as much as they appear - they can often be evidence for one another rather than evidence for the setup. Also not good to have too much of the Price screen obscured by things other than the chart. I use RSI as one of my basket of reasons, but don’t bother with Stoch).