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January 14, 2015, 12:13:14 PM
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Just decide yourself which coin you think is in "accumulation", at the bottom between regular repeated price peaks, and load up ready for distribution.  And that is his advice from the thread here for free.  



You may also want to think about reality.  Believe it or not but there are coins that simply "die off" even when showing all the signs of "accumulation".

Meaning,  be aware you could get trapped thinking it is in his fantasy accumulation (truth is its just him prepumping), when it may actually be a coin the pump group isn't in and its dying.  

I don't care what kind of bullshit explanations people come up with to say you can see it.  

Markets decide what they want, anyone claiming to be some kind of guru is lying, or in this case using heavy manipulation -> http://i.imgur.com/CKsJslo.png

Que Ryan shill accounts' insults now!  Tongue
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January 14, 2015, 01:31:08 PM
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Maybe his clock is off by 1 year... good catch...

Clock is now synchronised

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January 14, 2015, 01:31:23 PM
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13 Jan
Total return: 105%
Coins: VIA

It’s not whether you’re right or wrong that’s important, but how much money you make when you’re right and how much you lose when you’re wrong. You have to wait until there is money lying in the corner and all you have to do is go over there and pick it up. If your trades aren’t as simple as that, then there is something in your strategy that is limiting your potential.

VIA


In crypto, long term price patterns are the sacred keys that unlock the gates of continuous profit.  Taking longer-term plays ensures that you do less work, but make more money than the average market participant.

However, as I mentioned in an earlier post. Many people trade altcoins, others trade opportunity.

Whilst long-term trades are the most simple to execute from start to finish, there always exists small pockets of opportunity that arise in certain coins due to a change in their overall environment.

VIA is a coin that has a very obvious and exploitable long term trend which I spoke about here. However, what we are now seeing with VIA is an increase in volume during the accumulation phase – perhaps novices looking to try their hand at buying into accumulation.

I have observed VIA jump from 9,200 Satoshi to 19,138 Satoshi providing a 108% profit. Then after this advancement, the price fell to 10,800 Satoshi, a 43% decline.





This 40% decline has occurred again yesterday, accompanied by alarmingly low sell resistance – absolute no brainer.

The absence of recurring price patterns is uncertainty.

When it comes to trading, one has to realise. Trading is the exploitation of opportunity. It is necessary to pass up trade after trade until you are presented with a pattern of movement, because all patterns are exploitable.

Tip: Through my analysis I aim to underscore the distinction between gambling and betting or trading with an edge. Participants in Crypto may well be gambling. If you don’t have a method (an edge), then trading is every bit as much as a gamble as betting in the casinos. But with a method, trading becomes a business rather than gambling. Fortunately for us Crypto traders, whereas the casinos can ban players because they become too proficient, this market has no way of eliminating the skilful traders. Therefore if you have an edge that provides you with the most unfair advantage over other traders, no exchange can come to you and say, “We’ve noticed that you’re making too much money. You can’t trade here anymore.” 


SIDENOTE: You want to eliminate as many poor-percentage and high risk trades from your repertoire as possible. Once you have done this, you will see a dramatic boost in your overall profitability. Trading less and taking only the best-percentage trades are such an important part of pulling consistent wins. Ask yourself before each trade, “why am I taking this trade?” If you don’t have an answer – or can’t justify the answer, then skip the trade.  To develop the mentality needed to win in Crypto, you must develop a high probability strategy. It is as simple as that. You must have the discipline to sit and wait for only the most optimal trades where all the factors of a bull run are lined up and painfully obvious. Only then should you be putting on a trade.

Note: BTC is a buy right now. Pay attention to the price and execute your buys at the low points.

Twtter: @Pumper_Ryan follow for daily picks, and updates.

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January 14, 2015, 01:44:31 PM
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Yeah must be nice the "rhythm" happens RIGHT WHEN YOU WANT IT TOO.  I'm sure that's all skill and perfect choices for coins  Roll Eyes

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January 14, 2015, 01:57:02 PM
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In crypto, long term price patterns are the sacred keys that unlock the gates of continuous profit.  Taking longer-term plays ensures that you do less work, but make more money than the average market participant.

Which would you suggest is better out of short term trading and long term trading and how does timing play into this?
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January 14, 2015, 02:59:42 PM
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In crypto, long term price patterns are the sacred keys that unlock the gates of continuous profit.  Taking longer-term plays ensures that you do less work, but make more money than the average market participant.

Which would you suggest is better out of short term trading and long term trading and how does timing play into this?

Longer-term trading is the most profitable and most simple to execute strategy. All you're doing is finding recurring patterns of price movement and placing your trades in the same direction. Easy stuff.

In terms in timing. With long-term trades there really isn't much room to get things wrong - unless your actual method of execution is incorrect. Worst case you lose 5% - 20% if you actually do manage to miscue your trade.

With shorter term opportunities, they are also profitable - but require much more skill to properly navigate. If you miscue a short-term trade, you can lose anything from 50% - 90%.

So overall, when you take factors like risk and efficiency into consideration - longer term trades are far more superior

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January 14, 2015, 03:15:39 PM
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Yeah must be nice the "rhythm" happens RIGHT WHEN YOU WANT IT TOO.  I'm sure that's all skill and perfect choices for coins  Roll Eyes

That's about it..  and then make up all the bullshit so you always seem right! 

It is entertaining though watching all this crap happen in here,  I have to hand it to Ryan for being the con that he is..   he is very convincing.

But not convincing enough to me.  Grin


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January 14, 2015, 03:19:17 PM
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this guy is allowed to advertise but mining pools can't.  Grin

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January 14, 2015, 05:37:56 PM
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Can anyone else see their balances on Bittrex?  Site is up & I can log in but not see market graphs, orders or balances...
On twitter they've answered a couple of people saying maybe it's your browser, doesn't seem to be what's happening.
have tried Safari, Chrome & Firefox...
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January 14, 2015, 05:51:37 PM
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Look at vior.Pump is coming
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January 14, 2015, 05:53:28 PM
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Look at vior.Pump is coming

lol  Cheesy  Vior just finished its distribution phase...

...and not yet into accumulation. will go down a bit more
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January 15, 2015, 12:31:17 AM
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Look at vior.Pump is coming

Gorillacoin is being pumped!



Jump you fuckers! | The thing about smart motherfuckers is they sound like crazy motherfuckers to dumb motherfuckers. | My sig space for rent for 25 btc per week.
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January 15, 2015, 11:17:13 AM
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hi ryan , what do you think , whether NKT and XSP if you want to do the pump ? , now the rate down and slowly , im  beginner  Grin


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January 15, 2015, 11:53:03 AM
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hi ryan , what do you think , whether NKT and XSP if you want to do the pump ? , now the rate down and slowly , im  beginner  Grin

xsp seems a good choice, 1000 sats now, only 4 million coins...only few btc needed to get price to 10k+....only not very big buy support at the moment which worries me a bit

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January 15, 2015, 03:42:47 PM
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i hope i can be like you in future  Roll Eyes

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January 15, 2015, 04:48:14 PM
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07 Jan - 15 Jan
Total return: 92%
Coins: VIOR

Knowing that there are co-ordinated efforts taking place in this market and furthermore, that these efforts are blatantly exposed on the charts – the most skilled traders take advantage of this and tag along for the ride. Whilst unskilled traders remain at the wayside with nothing apart from a string of losses and a long list of complaints about manipulators and their exploits. Being consistent in this market is a matter of common sense.

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We can argue about the rights and wrongs of the situation, but when you are trading and investing in altcoins, market manipulators are a fact of life. Those who have difficulties accepting this will always fall victim to this manipulation – because in this market, knowledge is everything.

You see I have made reference to this before, but I don’t think I got its massive importance and implications across.

In the alt markets, every single trader is on a level playing field.

There are no barriers to reaping large and continuous profits.

However, there is a difference between those who succeed and those that consistently fail. It is their thoughts, perceptions and beliefs that make the difference.

Those who fall victim to their own losers mentality, will devote hours upon hours of their time towards ranting and raving about the immorality of market manipulation – whilst, in that same space of time, skilled players are making exorbitant amounts of money as a direct result of this market manipulation.

You see experienced, but unskilled and unprofitable traders, are blind to the fact that nothing can take place in the market without leaving the most blatant and obvious traces in the order books and on the charts. So, in ignorance, they would rather commit to manipulator bashing – whilst skilled players choose instead to conserve their energy for taking advantage of this manipulation.

Like it or not, manipulation is something that will always be a major factor in this market. In fact, manipulation is, by far, the most consistent and therefore the most reliable factor in this market.

We can all expose co-ordinated effort taking place just by looking at the charts.

Those that succeed understand that there is a lot of work that goes into price co-ordination and price movement – but what makes these successful players exceedingly excellent is because, instead of adopting a losers mindframe – like an experienced but unprofitable trader – they realise that the hard work in trying to find a coin to trade, in shaking the trees and in prepping a coin for distribution is being done for them. Thus, all they need to do is tagalong for the ride.

Common sense stuff right?

Imagine that you are at an auction, let’s suppose for arguments sake that it’s an auction of antiques. It is a cold, wet and miserable day in the middle of winter, and the auction room is in a small provincial town. The auction room is almost empty, with few buyers in the room. The auctioneer details the next item, an antique piece of furniture, and starts the bidding with his opening price. After a short pause, a bid is made from the room, but despite further efforts to raise the bidding, the auctioneer finally brings the hammer down, selling the item at the opening bid.

Now imagine the same item being sold in a different scenario. This time, the same item is being sold, but the auction house is in a large city, it is the middle of summer, and the auction room is full. The auctioneer details the next item which is our antique furniture, and opens the bidding with a price. The price quickly moves higher, with bidders signalling interest in the auction room. Eventually, the bidding slows and the item is sold.

In the first example, the price changed only once representing a lack of interest – and in our terms, a lack of bidders in the room. In other words volume. In the second example, the price changed several times and it did so quickly with the price action reflecting interest, activity and bidders in the room. In other words volume.

Thus there is an obvious linkage between price and activity. Activity and volume go hand in hand – which is how it is simple to spot large price moves in the market in spite of whatever manipulation may be taking place.

The scenarios I describe above also highlight a key point about volume.

Daily Trading volume is your only key to spot and profit from market manipulation.

Suppose this had been our first visit to this particular auction room. Is the activity witnessed average, above average or below average.

You wouldn’t be able to judge.

However – as we are traders and not auction goers we have certain tools at our disposal that reveals this crucial piece of information to us. We have the Charts – specifically the ALL chart.

The ALL chart reveals every single tick of price movement and all the daily volume stats across every coins entire history – therefore we are able to ascertain if volume is average, above average or below average, and then make our trading decisions accordingly.

If you find yourself having more losses than profit then you are, point blank, doing everything wrong. Your strategy (assuming you even have one) is absolutely incorrect. You are the reason for your losses – not anyone else.

You see, trading is just like owning your own retail store. You are literally buying a coin at wholesale rate, and then looking to distribute that coin on a later date, at a highly marked up retail rate.

Therefore, in order to succeed, you need to realise that there are participants in this market who are forever buying at retail rate – although these traders are consistent losers and never make any money, their every action in the market is exposed on the charts and the order books for you to imitate if you wish.

You must also realise that there are participants in this market who are forever buying at wholesale rate – their actions are also revealed on the charts and order books for you to imitate if you wish.

The fact is, in this market, you are either prone to buying at retail price – or buying at wholesale price.

Ask yourself, which of these categories do you fall into... and here you will have the answer to why you have a long list of profitable trades, or you’ll have the answer to why you have an endless list of losses.

Tip: Whether there is market manipulation or not, Trading volume reveals when a price move is running out of steam (exit indicator). It reveals whether buying interest is rising or falling on a daily basis. It reveals all the subtleties of pull backs. Volume is the fuel that drives the entire crypto market. Volume also reveals when major players are moving in and out of a coin. Without volume, nothing moves – and, if it does move and the volume is not in agreement, then there is something wrong. In Crypto, volume gives you the ultimate weapon to validate price, and to reveal the true market sentiment.


SIDENOTE: You want to eliminate as many poor-percentage and high risk trades from your repertoire as possible. Once you have done this, you will see a dramatic boost in your overall profitability. Trading less and taking only the best-percentage trades are such an important part of pulling consistent wins. Ask yourself before each trade, “why am I taking this trade?” If you don’t have an answer – or can’t justify the answer, then skip the trade.  To develop the mentality needed to win in Crypto, you must develop a high probability strategy. It is as simple as that. You must have the discipline to sit and wait for only the most optimal trades where all the factors of a bull run are lined up and painfully obvious. Only then should you be putting on a trade.

Note: BTC is a buy right now. Pay attention to the price and execute your buys at the low points.

Twtter: @Pumper_Ryan follow for daily picks, and updates.

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January 15, 2015, 10:08:24 PM
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Look at vior.Pump is coming

lol  Cheesy  Vior just finished its distribution phase...

...and not yet into accumulation. will go down a bit more
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=765426.msg10165789#msg10165789
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January 17, 2015, 04:05:57 PM
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No action update here?

Ryan blocked me on twitter for asking a question, if he could include the amount he buys......

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January 17, 2015, 05:48:18 PM
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No action update here?

Ryan blocked me on twitter for asking a question, if he could include the amount he buys......
I can write a script to store all market trades for the coins he watches, but I need to know which ones (less than 10) he tracks before I log his trades.
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January 18, 2015, 04:38:36 AM
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Weekly Round-up
Week Beginning: 01/12
Week Ending: 01/18






The following are the gains netted from this weeks Private Picks. The largest returns came from UIS, OPAL, SBIT and MNE

Members netted gains totaling 631% this week. Next weeks coins are already primed for accumulation!

Happy trading!





COIN OF THE WEEK

PayCoin

After falling from 2,300,000 Satoshi to 1,270,000 Satoshi (a 44% decline), Paycoin began it's ascent back upwards to 2,000,000. Although this is only a 57% gain, this move was significant because the move took place over the space of a week - with substantial volume day after day. When will the next decline occur? The price is still holding - so may be interesting to see how this one plays out.


Twtter: @Pumper_Ryan follow for daily picks, and updates.

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