A proper range setup, where your entries and exits, can be different for each risk appetite.
You could miss the boat, by setting your orders to low, like in the case of the arrow.
But the downside of that would be that your stoploss gets to far away from your entry.
Couple ideas I see here for CND.
A, you could aim for the low of the range, so around 250 SAT and place your stop loss below the last swing low and look for a target at the top of the range, at around 465 SAT.
B, If you expect it won't tap the low of the range anymore and its prime to break out of the resistance at 465 SAT. You could aim for an entry around...
Datx is having a lot of volume lately, especially for a small marketcap.
Would expect that 2600 will hold as support for a bounce, but the R/R is not in as I would like it to see.
So anticipating on a lower wick towards 2200SAT which is the next support erea, With some volatility in the market we could see this level IMO.
Targets are 3500SAT and 5200SAT
Like most ALT's also this coin is running lately, because of it's low market cap and volatily. I'm betting on it that it wicks down one more time, before it takes of.
Doesn't seems like there is a lot of resistance along the way to pull a x3
BTS is already colsolidating for a couple days here, with a really small range.
Could indicate that there is a lot of buying pressure to not really let this one retrace.
When it breaks resistance it could get rapido IMO
Every red dotted line is a place where i expect resistance and would take partially profits.
Seems that HT is building a pennant below that green resistance box.
Kind of a risky trade, so stop loss is a bit below the next support line.
Would take partial profits around that red line, but if we get there, I expect more of HT.
Buying the retest of that green box when we break through it, is another option you could go for.
Gained important level.
Consolidation looking like accumulation because of gained level.
Not the highest probability trade but R/R of 8+.
Manage your risk on account appropriately (smaller because of high fail rate of high R/R setup)