History often repeats itself, and parallels exist. We must dig for them, do our research and be diligent about monitoring our coins IF we want to be successful. If you are following the news you are probably bewildered at the selloff yesterday. You were not prepared because your twitter feed was blank! Markets are cyclical, and all markets have runs, corrections, consolidations, and the cycle begins again. If you diligent you will be able to spot these and or at least have a plan in place to RATIONALLY adjust your positions. But Kore ignored this news crash, and continued along it's pattern into a tight consolidation.
So instead of just selling 50% of my Kore position to lock in profits I sold only 25%. This is critical money management. Never leave money on the table you do not need to. This has reduced my overall cost per coin position, and allows me a wider range to apply stops. But looking at what happen before the first large wave up 1. I am going to continue to monitor Kore and see if we can squeeze a little more juice out of this one as it has held up better than most. Trends are your friend, and they seem to repeat more often then not!