1 ) Trade with BTC pair in a bull market, trade with USDT pair in a bear market. Don’t confuse it!
2 ) Less is more! Don’t use more than 4 – 5 indicators at the same time.
, Moving Averages, , Fibonacci levels and Chart patterns. Drawing lines are the most important indicators in any market.
3 ) Averaging down is the worst strategy. Averaging up is much better! You should buy coins when they’re on the way up in price, not on the way down.
Bear markets can last as little as three, six, or nine months or as long as two or, in very rare cases, three years.
So, there really a right time and a wrong time to buy a crypto, but understanding the difference requires some study. There’s no such thing as being an overnight success
At the same time, you should always keep the ratio below ;
30 - 40 % BTC
40 - 50 % ALT
10 - 30 % USD
You are an investor / trader, not someone who can predict the future. Base your decisions on real facts and analysis rather than risky, speculative forecasts. Never do something because other says so, trust yourself, but be open and flexible to learn from experts. Become stronger, become a wolf, not a sheep.
This is not trading advice, and should be used for educational purposes. Do not invest what you cannot afford to lose. You are solely responsible for your trading and investing decisions. You use any information in this account only at own risk.
Last but not least, When is the best time to buy?
1 ) Symmetrical Triangle has to be broken " For the quick profit "
2 ) Moving average 50 ( Blue line ) has to cross Moving Average 100 ( Yellow line ) " For the real bull confirmation "
3 ) See the huge then some consideration " For the real bull confirmation "
4 ) If you are buying at , it is good. But dont forget to set a stop loss for it. " For the quick profit "
5) Dont forget to follow me on twitter - https://twitter.com/c_ryptoengineer
The worst scenario ? It goes to 6 sats! Am I expecting? Of course!
Your objective isn’t to buy at the cheapest price or near the low, but to begin buying at exactly the right time, when your chances for success are greatest. This means that you have to learn to wait for a crypto to move up and trade at your buy point before you make an initial commitment.
Think about it this way: If you bought insurance on your car last year and you didn’t have an accident, was your money wasted? Will you buy the same insurance this year?
Of course you will! Did you take out fire insurance on your home or your business? If your home or business hasn’t burned down, are you upset because you feel that you made a bad financial decision?
No. You don’t buy fire insurance because you know your house is going to burn down. You buy insurance just in case, to protect yourself against the remote possibility of a serious loss. It’s exactly the same for the winning investor who cuts all losses quickly. It’s the only way to protect against the possible or probable chance of a much larger loss from which it may not be possible to recover.
If you hesitate and allow a loss to increase to 20%, you will need a 25% gain just to break even. Wait longer until the stock is down 25%, and you’ll have to make 33% to get even. Wait still longer until the loss is 33%, and you’ll have to make 50% to get back to the starting gate!!!
The average is at 11 satoshi.
The target is 18 satoshi.
I will keep you updated.
I am a potential buyer between 12 - 9 satoshi again.
Sell target at 18 and 22 satoshi
Sell target at 18 and 22 satoshi
As long as Justin is alive, Your bag is safe.
He will not kill the chicken with gold eggs.
Between 12/10 St TP: 33/39/75 St
I do have a couple of questions. Maybe it will make for an addendum.
1) When a trader keeps up to 30% in cash, where does he keep it?
-Most exchanges do not have a cash account.
-Do you recommend keeping it in USDT? How safe is that? Do you recommend diversifying into other stable coins? If so, which ones?
-Exchanges will collapse, like QuadrigaCX. They shut their doors last January, taking everyone's cash and crypto. Is it safe to store the cash on an exchange?
-Or should the trader transfer the cash back to your bank account? This incurs fees up to 1.5%
2) Where can a trader keep his crypto?
-Should a trader diversify his crypto onto several exchanges in case one of them closes or gets hacked?
-Or should the trader transfer the crypto to his personal wallet for safe keeping? But this eliminates the possibility of using stops which can be dangerous for a trader not to have.
Let's count as an educational advice :) Appreciate for your nice words.
I have been trying to improve everyday since Nov 2016 in crypto.
Let's go through your questions ;
I am assuming you also in crypto over a year. Diversification is really a key strategy in crypto. I always use 30% cash to buy crypto when I see the double digit ( 20% or above ) correction for all coins on the coinmarketcap. It is the easiest 5% - 10% profit in the entire world in 24 hours.
You can also use 30 % cash on USDT , USD , USDC , TUSD market . Dont forget to use stop -loss on these trades!
1 ) Most exchanges do not have a cash account.
You can keep 30 - 40 % BTC on Poloniex , 40 - 50 % ALT on Binance , 10 - 30 % USD on Bitfinex.
Bitfinex has a USD account.
2 ) Exchanges will collapse, like QuadrigaCX. They shut their doors last January, taking everyone's cash and crypto. Is it safe to store the cash on an exchange?
If you keeping your coins on exchanges , you are getting 100% risk on it. ( "0 " safety ) If you are ok with it, No problem at all.
But you have to know that the exchange could be gone in 1 day and You could lose everything on it. Like you said - QuadrigaCX.
3 ) Do you recommend keeping it in USDT? How safe is that? Do you recommend diversifying into other stable coins? If so, which ones?
USDT . PAX, Nubits, USDC , TUSD are also carrying 100% risk for traders / investors like all the other 5000+ shitcoins. You always remember the "never invest money that you can't afford to lose" rule!
if you make really good money from Crypto, Take your profit out and invest in stock , commodities , real estate etc ...
4 ) Or should the trader transfer the cash back to your bank account? This incurs fees up to 1.5%
If you are an investor, Yes you can do it.
If you are a swing / day trader , i dont recommend it.
5 )Where can a trader keep his crypto?
You can diversify into 4 - 5 big exchanges and 1 nano + 1 ledger hardware wallet.
You can decide it the amount of the coin that You want to keep it on hardware account . Set an alarm on Blockfolio / Delta. When your target is hit , you can transfer the coin from your hardware wallet to exchanges.
Example : Ypu have 50 Zcash, You can keep 10 of them on exchanges - 40 of them on your ledger wallet.