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April 16, 2017, 01:04:39 PM
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Now why would someone actually sell at such a low price when the price for the moment is quite high?
It looked quite strange to me, what do you guys think?
Simple answer is to create sell wall and create panic on the market. So that these whales can buy back cheap coins. When they will get few cheap coins below their sell orders, they will remove those walls so that price can naturally get pumped over their sell price so they can sell again to make good profit.  Wink
Yeah most people do it that way. Actually its pretty obvious that if we want to make profit make some others loose their money, which only happens if you create a fake hype in the market and make people believe that the coin will get much higher in coming days. But that been said sometimes these plans backfire and you loose big.
if you dont have enough funding and if you are working with a group possibilities to backfire the whale moves will go on you
but if you really understand and have enough knowledge regarding to the possible outcome of your work it will make a huge
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April 16, 2017, 01:49:39 PM
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Now why would someone actually sell at such a low price when the price for the moment is quite high?
It looked quite strange to me, what do you guys think?
Simple answer is to create sell wall and create panic on the market. So that these whales can buy back cheap coins. When they will get few cheap coins below their sell orders, they will remove those walls so that price can naturally get pumped over their sell price so they can sell again to make good profit.  Wink
Yeah most people do it that way. Actually its pretty obvious that if we want to make profit make some others loose their money, which only happens if you create a fake hype in the market and make people believe that the coin will get much higher in coming days. But that been said sometimes these plans backfire and you loose big.
I'd like to call it a bearish trap or bullish trap, The whale just tries to make a fake hype with the pump the coin and a lot of the newbie traders will be following him and make the pump is high than before.
If the atm has got by the coin and the whale will try dump all of his coin that coin had bought by the whale on the cheap price. And whale has made a lot of money caused by his fake hype to fool a lot of newbies.

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April 16, 2017, 02:09:37 PM
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So I was just watching the exchange section at polo and I was happened to be on the AMP exchange page, I noticed something quite incredible and would be interested in what you guys think about it.
So amp was being sold at about 0.00007756 and was at like 10%+(green) and then suddenly there came a sell order of about 60k+ amps with price only 0.00007150
Now why would someone actually sell at such a low price when the price for the moment is quite high?
It looked quite strange to me, what do you guys think?
They are just trying to manipulate the coin's price by placing sell orders at lower price,thus making price to come down,create panic which would result in more price fall and finally they buy it at much cheaper price.Its usually done by big whales to buy potential coins at much cheaper price

It may backfire easily

Before all, to buy "potential coins" at a much cheaper price, they should first sell them, right? That is, they should first have these coins which they are going to sell. But why would they want to sell them at all if these coins have a lot of potential? If the coins do really have so much potential, people will just buy up the sold coins, and the price will remain where it is. If the sellers in question manage to start panic sell-offs, maybe, this coin is not as "potential" as it seems to be? I'm more inclined to think that the reverse scheme is more plausible, namely, when the whales at first start buying up coins in massive amounts and then dump them after the bullish sentiment is close to being exhausted

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