Hi does anyone know about Crypto trading?

fibo_trader

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As usual I gots to do all the friggin work at LaLaLand where I constantly hang out with some really fun Lalas :whistle::whistle:

The trade was inevitable and expected by the cognoscenti because it was almost 100% guranteed. Why? Because it was the springboard, coefficient of Restitution effect of the venerable 200-day ema + bonus 50% retracement Fibo level.

Do a search for this chart which has been posted here way before any of this sh*t could happen - do some friggin work

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Notice the 61.8% level right under the low? Therefore the bounce is entirely due to the 200-ema + 50% elastic boost.

See the RSI breakout in lower panel
 

fibo_trader

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For the record I am not in the trade and will not trade this for the near duration until I figure out how/why I let the market hammer some huge profit of mine that I had earned on the very recent Long trade to the current June 26 Top - had expected an upside breakout from the triangle but it went the other way. Still pretty good money for the trade overall but a fc*** disaster because to give so much profit back due to an error in my TA - stinks.
 

0FXTrader0

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Looks like we have seen a wave 5 peak over 10k and now we go on to nuke thru $btc $8500 stops putting in a wave c. @TopCat_Crypto
 

0FXTrader0

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this forecast been doing the rounds

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Nuadarne

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Crypto seemed to be a perfect asset for me, but the first era of cryptotrading was over with bitcoin fall. Now you also can make profit, but it won't be excessive and you should be ready to earn 15-20% max. It's ok margin, but if you are looking to earn more, you should find other niche. If no and you like crypto and/or have special knowledge, that's you are welcome. I may predict that 2020 will be profitable year for cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin that continue to grow. So, just keep in mind that you should constantly read news about crypto and seek for those, that can be harmfull for this industry (such as restrictions, banning or other regulations). And the last thing is don't forget to diversificate your funds between 2-3 diferrent coins. I may suggest Bitcoin and Ethereum, but you can also try THOR.
 

fibo_trader

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craptocurrency...

Peter

T2W's best contrary indicator is none other than Pete. He usually makes such negative pronouncemenst when a stock has corrected 50% of a move. 50% right on the button, see for yourselves. Like clockwork.

Get ready to do the opposite soon. Buy signal can occur right there or at the next lower level which is 61.8%, which it hit already and bounced. Buy buy buy and get ready to hit it again Long if the trendline shown gets taken out. If it goes back down to 61.8%, hammer in another LONG. If 61.8% level fails, close out all Longs for a meager loss. RISK = Low, Reward can be super high


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postman

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I had never heard of Masternoding before. It turned out to be a total no-brainer, a secret and very lucrative niche. Thought the best time to start is now. What I like is : it is not forex, not trading, not mining, but crypto-related and more secure than trading. Been 16 years in managed forex - seen fortunes getting lost - http://www.masternoding.info
A quote from the bitcoin website no less!

Most Masternode Coins Are a Scam



No brainer - yes you'd need no have no brain to invest in it.
Secret .... Its on the internet stoopid therefore its NOT a secret.
As far as I'm aware the most lucrative niche on Earth belongs to MacKenzie Bezos.

The spam is strong in this one.
 

MasterOfCoin

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The spam is strong in this one.
:ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
Indeed.

But for those who want a very, very, very modest passive income, consider mining.
No, it won't make you rich, far from it, just a pittance.
It will generate a very small but steady income while helping to sustain the chosen coin network.
There's zero advance outlay and no upfront costs to consider.
After all, if you are reading this 'live' on the 'net, you already have the required hardware to do it.
So all it costs you is the time to install/ set up the software and the electricity (most of which you are using anyway) to run it.
If you are in a lockdown from virus mania and bored out of your mind, why not give it a go.

:)
 

Sharim

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I decided to write some tips on investing in cryptocurrency:
1.Decide what you want to invest in. Since there are over a thousand cryptos, this choice is very important.
2.Set aside funds for investment. Any investment requires planning, so you have to decide how much you would like to invest in crypto assets and how often - weekly or monthly. Set aside the amount you would like to invest and wait for a good opportunity.
3.Create a e-wallet. The address of such a wallet allows you to request and receive coins purchased. There are different types of wallets - for each cryptocurrency is different.
4.Register on the market. Trading takes place on exchanges, and there are many of them, you can find more in the web.
5.Buy the crypt that you chose. Now, after creating an account on the exchange, it's time to buy. If you don't know how to do it, contact the support team and they'll be happy to help you.
6.Transfer the coins to offline storage. A self-contained vault keeps your money safe from hacking.
Please note that investing in cryptocurrency is considered risky, and you'll have to do your own research when making your decision.
 

postman

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I decided to write some tips on investing in cryptocurrency:
1.Decide what you want to invest in. Since there are over a thousand cryptos, this choice is very important.
2.Set aside funds for investment. Any investment requires planning, so you have to decide how much you would like to invest in crypto assets and how often - weekly or monthly. Set aside the amount you would like to invest and wait for a good opportunity.
3.Create a e-wallet. The address of such a wallet allows you to request and receive coins purchased. There are different types of wallets - for each cryptocurrency is different.
4.Register on the market. Trading takes place on exchanges, and there are many of them, you can find more in the web.
5.Buy the crypt that you chose. Now, after creating an account on the exchange, it's time to buy. If you don't know how to do it, contact the support team and they'll be happy to help you.
6.Transfer the coins to offline storage. A self-contained vault keeps your money safe from hacking.
Please note that investing in cryptocurrency is considered risky, and you'll have to do your own research when making your decision.
There is only one choice - Bitcoin everything else is NOT first, nor more innovative, nor market dominant!
 
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