An important indicator here is the yellow dotted I've drawn showing the angle and 4 connecting points along that angle of the decline. You can see that as of yesterday we are now for the first time since the ATH (all time high) closing candles above the . I view this as a very positive indicator. However we are also rapidly approaching a point of resistance at $11,297.00 and the 0.382 Fibonacci line. To declare that we are in at least a short term recovery we must close a daily candle above the 0.382 resistance line. From there it's pretty clear sailing to the 0.50 Fibonacci line at $12,929.00 which is the next test for any advance we can expect or hope for. Should we close above the 0.50 line we are then confirming a new bull run for BTC which will lift all the ALT coins which are healthy otherwise. Always keep in mind that the ALT coins I have recommended will out perform and some will outperform BTC .
One example at the moment that is out performing from my recommended ALT coin list is (Cardano) This coin is still a great buy for a long term (months) hold.
On the caution side, if we fail to hold at either of the lines I've already described, we will likely decline to retest the resistance levels we have already seen. Some of those would be the FIB line at 0.236 or $9277.00 then the $8,000.00 area and even $6066.00 which was the low point in the current correction. I must point out that even if this occurs, these MUST be viewed as new opportunities to add to your portfolio at a discount. A good trader should always be sitting a bit of cash from his previous profits to invest in these pullbacks and or be adding new money.
My personal strategy in the last couple of weeks has been to keep a spread of buys and sells at about 1.3% steps around the current BTC price. For example 5 buys and 5 sells placed 1.3% apart (around $130.00 spread) each. In this trade I've used the value of one BTC divided to 0.1 for each buy sell position. This strategy has netted about at 16% ROI over the last couple of weeks just on the cyclic moves of BTC in it's current trading range. As of this writing this is still a sound strategy in my opinion and I'm actively trading on it. This is actually one of the safest trading strategies you can use but it requires a lot of attention and or the use of a bot. Again, as I always say most of you should not be trying to trade short term. Some will rather buy and sell on long term swings over months. The rest (majority) of you can actually beat 90% of traders by just adding to your positions of recommended coins on dips and holding (HODL). See the graphic of the spread strategy I'm using.
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Just to make sure I got this right...say the current price of XYZ coin is $500. You would setup buys at say 490,480,470,etc etc if you were going for 2% wins. Same thing for asks.....sell at $510,520,530, etc etc? Seems so simple, but with a bot running 24/7, I'm sure it adds up.
I'm assuming that you would play this out on a bullish trend line or consolidation for safety reasons.
Thanks for the resource. I am well aware of Haasbot, however it is extremely overpriced. I use Autoview which is extremely cheap and works very well with Tradingview. If you want to get away from all those high monthly fees, you should definitely check that one out.