Choppy waters indeed, it is hard to get a handle on BTC currently, as of yesterday I was with the breaking of the small but the 200ema stood above like a brick wall and denied any move above 8200 and the eventual break out of the large triangle. Overnight BTC kept ranging and we continued moving side ways into what now appears to be a ( ). If we break as expected we will move back down towards the rising trend-line at the bottom of our main structure. Breaking should drop us to around $7200 dollars, from there we will have to reassess our next target. For now Its a no trade, not until we see some confirmation of direction/breakout. Unless you want to trade the swings , in which 7800 - 8050 have been suitable targets but be careful, a drop below 7800 could run on pretty quickly, don't get caught out in a thunderbox during a cyclone. It blows.
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All waiting for the lowest value to buy help fall more
Would you consider repurchasing before 12k?
It seems to me that BTC has been a long time falling .... just like altcoins .... will it?
This is just my sad opinion ... I'm just an ordinary person ...
First I was thinking of repurchasing around 6k .... but it seems the market is highly manipulated until when people lose hope in BTC .... do you believe still in BTC in the short term?
You will struggle to find a bottom, you shouldn't buy into a falling market without experience, its called catching falling knives. I laddered my buys down from 7200, small percentages of my equity all the way down to 6k. In doings so If it turns at 6800, I caught 40% of what I wanted to trade and can buy into strength, I didn't risk missing the bottom and more importantly if I feel it is going to go lower ( say a bear flag is painted) I can sell off some of those buys at a very small loss and reposition at lower levels. If I just put my whole trade on say 7200, I would now be 200 deep. The process of cost averaging down means that you bring your average price down as it falls. .1 bitcoin purchased at 10k = $1000 but if I then buy another .1 bitcoin at $5000k I have .2 at $1500 bring my buy in to $7500. Understand?
I'm learning with your advices
By the way, do you spend a long time on line to change your targets?
Changes happen when we are sleeping!
Yesterday I sold all I had (0.5 BTC) at 7960 to rebuy around 6K.
I was holding but this moment is criical to hold that's why I was extremely worry...
I was wondering why buying on downtrend if we don't have predictions to increase it
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