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February 15, 2020, 04:40:23 PM
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Couple of days ago, I have talked about POWR here- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5223576.msg53781362#msg53781362
I had studied about this project. Had invested some good money (not huge) and sold today with a 2x return. Howeber, it seems to be a pump and dump group manipulation. What do you think? Will it get an ATH on its next partnership happening on March?
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February 15, 2020, 04:54:50 PM
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You know the saying: "buy the rumour & sell the news". As far as I know POWR is an old coin that went through the bear market. Also after a quick look on their website they seem legit, but that doesn't stop it to be pumped and dumped by some whales. That's why you need to choose your strategy very carefully and stick to it. For example are you an investor or a trader? If you're looking for short-term gains, what will you base your decisions on? - You don't want to blindly enter the market and/or FOMO yourself into it. That's exactly why over 90% of traders lose money.

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February 15, 2020, 05:14:18 PM
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I never enter on the market blindly. It's not like I had always profited. I have lost a lot, I had gained a lot. Basically, I was focusing on the news and invested some to sell on time, didn't expect it to be happened sooner. I have taken 100% profit and that's enough for me.
But I still thinking of entering again before the announcement of March, that's why I was looking for others voice and opinion.
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