If you look at the M3 chart, you can clearly see that we are in an area of profit taking.
If I wanted to go long then I would take a look at D1, D3, D9, & pick one that looks the most promising.
I would then refer to M30 (over "something"?, generally closing higher?) and then look to M3 for an entry (over "something"?, generally closing higher?)
Trading is so easy:
Your stops are placed on large charts: D1, D3, D9, etc
You have multiple lot sizes of various "risk space" that determines if you can afford the position on large charts.
If the chart looks good and you can afford the stop then hit the entry button; you have plenty of time to be greedy, there is no need to max out right away.
As the large chart continues to move in the direction of profit then you increase your lot size.
I highly advise against trading nothing but small charts as it is a very rare individual who finds long term success doing this.
If you risk 4.5% per trade then you should risk 1.5% on small charts and set aside the remaining 3% for the long term direction.
There is so much to say, but nothing that hasn't already been said.