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August 20, 2018, 01:13:32 PM
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I've been bugged lately with massive addition into telegram crypto signal groups. I hate that each time I see a message, it's one of those guys trying to get people to their premium offers. Like they actually know what they are doing, or do they?

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August 20, 2018, 01:47:22 PM
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Please no.

If people want to sell you knowledge or information they are admitting that what they sell to noobs is shit.

If it was any good they would use it themselves to profit and not share it with the outside world to "help" people profit. There is almost an infinite amount of free biased information available on the world wide web, but pretty much next to nothing that's actually helpful to you when it comes to trading and investing in general.

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August 20, 2018, 02:37:46 PM
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And if the signal was an experiment to understand if the A.I. can predicted or not the value of Bitcoin? It would be interesting!
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August 20, 2018, 03:18:52 PM
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oh no, today I see many people say that. I hope the last time I saw this. in my opinion this is only caused by a group of pranksters who don't know anything about the problem of bitcoin.

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August 20, 2018, 03:27:12 PM
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Technically speaking, No. But there are (few) signals which are somehow legit-ish, but then again a lot signals are much more considered as spam. I do agree on what @1referee quoted, though I also think that there's nothing wrong in selling advises(?) Given that these experts do already have stocks to play and earning from it, why not maximize it, in the end it's still a money for them.

Just let it pass, like what I'd always say to myself, "A proper or thorough research done by you, is the best information you could use before engaging or acting in a such activity."
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August 20, 2018, 04:36:04 PM
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I've been bugged lately with massive addition into telegram crypto signal groups. I hate that each time I see a message, it's one of those guys trying to get people to their premium offers. Like they actually know what they are doing, or do they?
Use your common sense if you were so good at trading and investing what would you do?

A. Invest every single dollar you have in whatever you think has the highest chance of going up in the near future and earn a fortune that way.
B. Sell cheap advice to newbies.

Which one does make the most sense if you actually had the power to predict what was going to happen in the market? I hope you answered A, if you did then you are correct that is the answer that makes the most sense but since they do not choose that path then we need to ask ourselves, do they really know what they are talking about based on the evidence? And the answer is no, they do not really know more than you or anyone else.

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August 20, 2018, 08:41:46 PM
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I've been bugged lately with massive addition into telegram crypto signal groups. I hate that each time I see a message, it's one of those guys trying to get people to their premium offers. Like they actually know what they are doing, or do they?
They don't know what they are doing. Actually none of us, they are making guesses. And if someone really knows the price movement, I wouldn't sell it to anyone. I hope you don't fall for this trap dude, specially pump-and-dump offering premium trading signals. They might get some predictions right, but most of the time their prediction will hit a snag.

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August 20, 2018, 09:13:37 PM
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Definitely a big NO!

You knew it whats their point. They want you to avail their premium for what? For signal? They dont even give you any concern, all they want from you is money to purchase that membership premium for nothing.

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August 20, 2018, 10:18:01 PM
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I've been bugged lately with massive addition into telegram crypto signal groups. I hate that each time I see a message, it's one of those guys trying to get people to their premium offers. Like they actually know what they are doing, or do they?
Stay away from that group as much as possible because its risky to follow their signal, better to trust your own trading skills. If you follow their advice, you will be trap on that shitcoin and lose all your money later on, so as early as now leave that group.
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August 21, 2018, 06:41:40 AM
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But, in this way both the (true) and the false signals are classified in the same way: No! In reality, there are some groups and some projects that should be taken into consideration. The only thing is to never send money to anyone. For example: (Telegram: Jesussavingcrypto is a scammer, don't send anything ....)....
Anyway, I think some projects must be considered.
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August 21, 2018, 07:43:06 AM
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Better to learn how to trade yourself and make your own decisions than utilising any form of signal on telegram because you will end up losing a lot at the end. If you cannot learn how to trade, then better hold. A lot of people think they would just simply start hitting huge profit with telegram signals but what you do not know is that most of those signal owners are just some bunch of losers looking out on the gullible newbies they will feed on from their signals.
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August 21, 2018, 08:14:14 AM
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I would honestly say "no".  They are just giving you signals to pump the coin they have already bought while they are low price.  Just don't blindly follow them, do your own research also.  You may be buying high per their signals.
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August 22, 2018, 07:04:37 PM
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I've been bugged lately with massive addition into telegram crypto signal groups. I hate that each time I see a message, it's one of those guys trying to get people to their premium offers. Like they actually know what they are doing, or do they?

Seriously, Do you trust someone to make decisions for you?

See they are trying to get you to pay them. Why the hell they needed someone to pay for their signals when you can do it by yourself. Sure they know what they are doing, LMAO, if they know what they are doing then they should be like crypto millionaires already. I advise you not to pay attention and yes, hate them because you don't like be another statistics (victim).

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August 22, 2018, 11:52:06 PM
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There are many free telegram signals that you don't need to pay anything. Like the other said if its offering with payment then I would say that it is not legit because predicting on cryptocurrencies is not accurate so all traders have a chance to predict on their own. Since we have many free trading tools you can start using free tools to make your own analysis like this https://cryptowat.ch/
than your trading strategy is based on telegram signals.

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August 23, 2018, 02:38:05 AM
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No, I wouldn't.
I don't rely on crypto signal information they are not true, especially those in telegram most of them I will ignore or leave.
Just research your own and make your own decision not to them especially as what you have said that pay something to have their premium, why they do that if they know when the pumps and dumps and why not they didn't use itself to have more profit. If you want there's too many telegram group crypto signal that free to join no need to pay.

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August 23, 2018, 03:48:12 AM
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No it's not, period.
Did we got the consensus here? If yes you can now lock this thread before more "no you can't trust it" replies come.

And if the signal was an experiment to understand if the A.I. can predicted or not the value of Bitcoin? It would be interesting!
I got a feeling that you're pro-trading signals, if there is an experimental A.I. which is trying predict the future value of Bitcoin, it didn't even need newbies to follow its signal.
It needs information (history) and current events, not a cult of followers.

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August 23, 2018, 03:55:09 AM
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Better not. See this one as an example: Telegram Scam Group "Bitmex free signals" @Peter806 @Andrew012

Always remember that there are many available editing tools out there, so don't be fooled by the images they share showing how good their offers are. If you are sick of those telegram groups who are adding you without your knowledge, go to your telegram app > Menu ☰ > Settings > Privacy and Security > Groups > Select My Contacts. That will prevent people not in your contacts to add you into group chats
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August 25, 2018, 01:12:35 PM
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These are most likely pump and dump groups and i've been victim to these telegram signals quite a lot when i was just starting out. Now it's a good way to get crypto news since they do update sometimes, but for signals i'd stay away from them.

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August 25, 2018, 03:02:09 PM
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Like other have said; No!  Never fall trap into these selfish groups who only aim and seek for their own pocket and nothing more. They make may call themselves signal group or any fancy name but their main interest is still to 'to pump and dump'coins. They steal from other investors who don't know what is done behind close doors, before you are even thinking of buying the signal coin, they dump on you.
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August 25, 2018, 03:47:17 PM
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I've been bugged lately with massive addition into telegram crypto signal groups. I hate that each time I see a message, it's one of those guys trying to get people to their premium offers. Like they actually know what they are doing, or do they?
They are a bunch of spammer and scammers that keeps inviting people to their telegram channel without the owner's permission and will, what the heck is their premium offers for? they always get the benefits of the pump by saying it will increase 10 hours from now or tomorrow to create fake fomo hype, don't fully trust people over the Internet, they are just annoying to spam other groups with their ads.

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