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November 01, 2017, 01:00:31 PM
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If you want the best of cryptocurrency signals and technical analysis in Telegram you can join our group, "Cryptocurrency News ~ Signals"
with the links, https://t.me/CryptocurrencyTrends and https://t.me/AlphaSignals Cheesy
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November 07, 2017, 12:27:59 PM
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I really like to follow these channels:
Crypto Advisers - https://t.me/CryptoAdvisers- They are posting analysis. Like a magazine articles. Really enjoying when I read them.
Elor Crypto - https://t.me/elorcrypto - They claimed that they have one month schedule for TA course for free and they have just started it. I hope they'll do good. They sometimes give free signals also.
Mapple Tradex - https://t.me/MappleTradexSignals - They usually give free signals and most of them reaches the target point in a few days. I always put some BTC on their trades, they're nice to follow.

I think if you follow a telegram channel, you should be smart. Because most of them use their members. So you should pick the right ones.
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January 23, 2018, 02:02:28 PM
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I run one with a decent community. We aren't too large which makes it easier to weed out spammers.  If any of you are interested feel free to check us out https://t.me/solidsignals
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February 24, 2018, 09:27:08 AM
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Nice channel, i joined , hope i will get a good result from it.
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February 26, 2018, 01:40:18 AM
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Hahaha tradingtony, I feel like you read my mind!
I was a part of around 7 or 8 groups and got to a point where I couldn’t stand the incessant messages that kept coming through. I felt like I wasn’t getting any value and had to sift through so much useless stuff before I came across any signals, but even then, the signals came too late (their way of trying to encourage you to their paid channels).

So, I decided to invest in a few paid channels but wasn’t sure which ones to go for. After researching and asking a few friends who seemed to have done quite well so far, I was introduced to Crypto Advisory Pro which claimed to give me access to multiple channel signals, but for a very low price in comparison to the other groups. I actually didn’t quite believe it at first (I’m a natural cynic..) but signed up to check it out and I’m so glad I did.

I saved myself a LOT of money! If you're keen for signals across a range of top channels, highly recommend checking them out -
www.cryptoadvisorypro.com
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