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May 04, 2018, 02:24:27 PM
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How do you guys trade new coins  ?  

They are not expectable  at all  . A coin can dip hard  while other can moon   and  TA  seem to be less effective  since there is no history  of the coin   .

Edit : tnx for the answers..    locking the thread

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May 04, 2018, 02:43:43 PM
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new coins will be more worth the hold, as usually every new coin that appears on the market will experience a sharp decline and will start to rise slowly, even can continue to the top in the long term.

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May 04, 2018, 02:44:29 PM
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How do you guys trade new coins  ? 

They are not expectable  at all  . A coin can dip hard  while other can moon   and  TA  seem to be less effective  since there is no history  of the coin   .
Trading a new coin is like risking the luck we have. Because the new coin is usually very difficult to predict because it does not have enough history to use in the analysis, so this is like predicting and we only see how achievement to be achieved by a new coin developer. This is a bet, a bet that will determine the future we will face. For a beginners I think this should be avoided, bad results could have made it look hard and could destroy our lives. If you are not a person who likes to take risks then trading by buying a popular coin is a priority.
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May 04, 2018, 02:57:43 PM
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Many things depend on the common market. If the market is green, then there is a chance of growth of new coins. Then you need to analyze in detail the project in which you invest. If the market is red then new coins are falling even lower than the market
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May 04, 2018, 03:13:25 PM
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How do you guys trade new coins  ? 

They are not expectable  at all  . A coin can dip hard  while other can moon   and  TA  seem to be less effective  since there is no history  of the coin   .

You wait for the time! Thats the biggest deal in the crypto currency world. If you show yourself path of patience then I am pretty sure that you will be able to trade the coins at ATH prices.

We have seen the huge dips and ups in this market and tell you what it only works when you keep waiting for the coins to pump. Nothing is sudden in this world, the projects need time to develop themselves and thus it could take more than enough to do so.

So its your own duty to trade as per the time.
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May 04, 2018, 03:21:21 PM
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How do you guys trade new coins  ? 

They are not expectable  at all  . A coin can dip hard  while other can moon   and  TA  seem to be less effective  since there is no history  of the coin   .
It depends upon the projects, if the project is really good and if the price goes down than the ICO price, usually it does go down because bounty hunters might sell the coins as soon as it hit the market and if the project is good the price would recover, just monitor the team and their main wallets and look whether the developers are selling the coins, if you find that, just avoid those coins.




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May 04, 2018, 03:32:58 PM
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How do you guys trade new coins  ? 

They are not expectable  at all  . A coin can dip hard  while other can moon   and  TA  seem to be less effective  since there is no history  of the coin   .

You go telegram. If they can prove that it can lambo then do it and buy more of it. But I guess they wont say that and everything will just be about the project only. That is cool though.

About trading it, there is no history so you wont have a reference. It will be a risky shot and more often there will be regrets with the trades that you will do. How do you get out of it? You always forget what you have sold or bought for the day and just let it be traded again.


 
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May 04, 2018, 03:36:15 PM
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How do you guys trade new coins  ?  

They are not expectable  at all  . A coin can dip hard  while other can moon   and  TA  seem to be less effective  since there is no history  of the coin   .
Normally the price of new coins will gradually decrease so as a trader you can't make any profits by trading the new altcoins.But some of the new coins are worth to hold so if you can find a good project then it is better to hold that coin and wait for the price to go to moon.

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