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February 17, 2015, 12:20:40 AM
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lol you're just using a very long explanation to say "buy low and sell high.." - just keep manipulating it's fine

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February 17, 2015, 01:04:51 AM
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admittedly its probably one of the best explanations ive seen tbh

i wish ryan would do more of this

increase the libertarian vibe and give back to the community

that i can appreciate
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February 17, 2015, 01:13:44 AM
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admittedly its probably one of the best explanations ive seen tbh

i wish ryan would do more of this

increase the libertarian vibe and give back to the community

that i can appreciate

Nah, he's just a decent writer, nothing technical in there.
Also, if anyone is curious this is his twitter description:
"Manipulation is an art, and the Bittrex charts are my canvas. Follow me if you're only in it for the money..."

^^manipulation, not trading

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February 17, 2015, 01:51:04 AM
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admittedly its probably one of the best explanations ive seen tbh

i wish ryan would do more of this

increase the libertarian vibe and give back to the community

that i can appreciate

Nah, he's just a decent writer, nothing technical in there.
Also, if anyone is curious this is his twitter description:
"Manipulation is an art, and the Bittrex charts are my canvas. Follow me if you're only in it for the money..."

^^manipulation, not trading

Lol yeah... That's what even I caught in his words, that in his case, trading itself is manipulation... The only words that influenced me a lot were: "When you don't know how to involve in a manipulated market and profit from it, be the manipulator"... Wink

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February 17, 2015, 02:23:25 AM
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Im not for or against a pump group but lets be realistic. There is no such thing as honest money. Everytime money gets earned there is somebody who gets fucked...and that can be on various ways.

All major companies fraud with taxes, sell good for 500 times its actual value, children working in factories all over the world and making the clothes you wear and so on... nothing is fair, thats how the world works..

Also regulation wont stop anything. Look at regular stockmarkets...it happens there the same only on a far bigger scale.

You don't understand regulation of the traditional markets.. Regulation lets the giants manipulate and the little guy go to jail. TPTB, with their high-frequency trading algorithms that are on computers right at the exchanges, have a hard-wired pipe to the market and can do trades in milliseconds. That is enough time to front run the markets. They can dictate the price on anything at will. They make their money whether price is up or down. Then the political establishment writes laws that allow them to do insider trading, which if you or I did it, we would go to jail. That is how crony-capitalism works in the USA.

These guys here are just low-level thugs and if the big players move into crypto these guys will be rounded up and sent to crowbar hotel. This thread is shilled to death. Look at all of the accounts pimping this service. They rarely, if ever, post in any other thread.


To them I say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fTAXVr8N40

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February 17, 2015, 02:30:48 AM
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Im not for or against a pump group but lets be realistic. There is no such thing as honest money. Everytime money gets earned there is somebody who gets fucked...and that can be on various ways.

All major companies fraud with taxes, sell good for 500 times its actual value, children working in factories all over the world and making the clothes you wear and so on... nothing is fair, thats how the world works..

Also regulation wont stop anything. Look at regular stockmarkets...it happens there the same only on a far bigger scale.

You don't understand regulation of the traditional markets.. Regulation lets the giants manipulate and the little guy go to jail. TPTB, with their high-frequency trading algorithms that are on computers right at the exchanges, have a hard-wired pipe to the market and can do trades in milliseconds. That is enough time to front run the markets. They can dictate the price on anything at will. They make their money whether price is up or down. Then the political establishment writes laws that allow them to do insider trading, which if you or I did it, we would go to jail. That is how crony-capitalism works in the USA.

These guys here are just low-level thugs and if the big players move into crypto these guys will be rounded up and sent to crowbar hotel. This thread is shilled to death. Look at all of the accounts pimping this service. They rarely, if ever, post in any other thread.


To them I say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fTAXVr8N40


There are many forms of manipulation but also the ones you mention dont always work (binck bank for example just get caught doing that), but indeed i get your point.

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February 17, 2015, 02:36:44 AM
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Hi, totally new to this thread. Done some altcoin trading in the past with mixed success. Always interested in new ideas.
Can anyone confirm whether or not you can profit just by following the suggestions in the OP and the Twitter feed?

I tried doing that before following other pump/dumpers, a year or so back - never had much luck - pretty quickly I worked out that the Twitter account and public forum posts made by the group leaders were generally just to get people to buy in, at the point that the dump was starting. Guaranteeing a stream of suckers to buy up coins at their peak value from the pumpers, in other words.
Is that the same thing that's going on here, or is genuinely profitable advice on offer?

I've looked at some of the OP's site and it looks fairly interesting.
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February 17, 2015, 02:38:40 AM
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Hi, totally new to this thread. Done some altcoin trading in the past with mixed success. Always interested in new ideas.
Can anyone confirm whether or not you can profit just by following the suggestions in the OP and the Twitter feed?

I tried doing that before following other pump/dumpers, a year or so back - never had much luck - pretty quickly I worked out that the Twitter account and public forum posts made by the group leaders were generally just to get people to buy in, at the point that the dump was starting. Guaranteeing a stream of suckers to buy up coins at their peak value from the pumpers, in other words.
Is that the same thing that's going on here, or is genuinely profitable advice on offer?

I've looked at some of the OP's site and it looks fairly interesting.

the information is good

but it's mainly for "fast money" types who think life is an easy ride

the same jerks who would laugh at me and you for trying to trade "honestly"
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February 17, 2015, 02:43:10 AM
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Hi, totally new to this thread. Done some altcoin trading in the past with mixed success. Always interested in new ideas.
Can anyone confirm whether or not you can profit just by following the suggestions in the OP and the Twitter feed?

I tried doing that before following other pump/dumpers, a year or so back - never had much luck - pretty quickly I worked out that the Twitter account and public forum posts made by the group leaders were generally just to get people to buy in, at the point that the dump was starting. Guaranteeing a stream of suckers to buy up coins at their peak value from the pumpers, in other words.
Is that the same thing that's going on here, or is genuinely profitable advice on offer?

I've looked at some of the OP's site and it looks fairly interesting.

it surely is interesting but as you said yourself most info of coins posted here means the group already pumped or at least already accumulate. doesnt mean you can make profit with it but it is something you have to keep in mind.

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February 17, 2015, 02:43:19 AM
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You don't understand regulation of the traditional markets.. Regulation lets the giants manipulate and the little guy go to jail. TPTB, with their high-frequency trading algorithms that are on computers right at the exchanges, have a hard-wired pipe to the market and can do trades in milliseconds. That is enough time to front run the markets. They can dictate the price on anything at will. They make their money whether price is up or down. Then the political establishment writes laws that allow them to do insider trading, which if you or I did it, we would go to jail. That is how crony-capitalism works in the USA.


There are no regulations against people who buy low and then sell high, even in the traditional markets

High Frequency traders manipulate prices not just by front running, but by controlling the sell orders and undercutting everything and everyone in their path. They manipulate volume with matched orders and the whole 9 none of this is illegal though believe it or not

if you were an institutional trader this would actually be part of your training

you will be literally taught how to manipulate prices

HFT guys aren't "the big boys" there are thousands of mom and pop high frequency trading firms out there that spend the whole day rigging the penny stock market

the only purpose of a High frequency firm is to manipulate prices for their own benefit and they never get penalized for it because there aren't any rules against it

so i doubt we will see any changes in this market especially not with altcoins that anyone can freely create
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February 17, 2015, 03:18:38 AM
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One other thing I would like to know - one of the articles on the site states:

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Let’s take a closer look at this CLOAK trade as an example.

CLOAK is a popular coin, however, it has only had one major rally in its entire history. This rally was a high volume rally as it took place during the tail end of the last, market wide, bull run. From Jun 18th 2014, to the peak of the rally on Aug 1st 2014, the total trading volume for CLOAK was a sensational 4,418.33 BTC – on Aug 1st 2014 the price of BTC was $607.04 USD, so we’re looking at a total trading volume of approx. $2.68 Million USD

During this period, the price rose from 20,011 Satoshi before settling at 345,000 Satoshi and producing a 1,624% gain for those who were able to see the move through from start to finish.

But this isn’t the most crucial piece information here… What interests me the most, in any coin, is the % decline after each rally.

You see, after CLOAK reached its peak of 345,000 Satoshi on Aug 1st 2014, it began its decent. In fact, CLOAK continued to shed value for 5 months straight. It reached its absolute lowest point on Dec 29th 2014 at 1,635 Satoshi, which represented a 99% decline from the peak of the last rally.

Now… (and please take this is in)… I personally have NEVER seen a coin lose more than 100% of value… Simply because the law of maths dictates that it is an impossibility.

So this is why I laugh, sometimes even out loud, when a person suggests that it is impossible to always buy the absolute bottom.

Many people do this every single day.



Now I may be misreading, but this seems to be implying that it is possible to always buy at the "absolute bottom" by recognising when a coin has dropped to 99% of its value?
This sounds fine - but - I HAVE seen coins lose more than 100% of their value - when they get delisted by exchanges, they effectively become worthless.

Additionally, there are plenty of ways a coin can drop in value by more than 99% , but never drop by 100% (buying into the idea, for a moment, that it is impossible for a coin to drop by 100% of its value).

For example, it could drop by 99.1% in value. Or 99.9% in value. Or 99.9999% in value. I hope you understand what I am getting at here?

Much of the philosophy on the site seems to centre around the idea that coin values will always move in "rhythms" or predictable patterns, and that coins which drop in price will eventually rise again.
However I have bought into numerous coins in the past (FTC, DOGE, loads of others which I can't remember) which effectively nosedived after an initial pump, and then never recovered - simply sitting at a few Satoshi in value.
Sorry if I have misunderstood, but if that is the case - please explain - what is the secret to ensuring you always buy at the absolute bottom?








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February 17, 2015, 03:24:04 AM
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This sounds fine - but - I HAVE seen coins lose more than 100% of their value - when they get delisted by exchanges, they effectively become worthless.

Additionally, there are plenty of ways a coin can drop in value by more than 99% , but never drop by 100% (buying into the idea, for a moment, that it is impossible for a coin to drop by 100% of its value).

For example, it could drop by 99.1% in value. Or 99.9% in value. Or 99.9999% in value. I hope you understand what I am getting at here?


lol It's common sense

if you see a coin that is popular and has had one or two good volume pumps in the past, like cloak for instance
and that coin has lost 90% or more of its value and is being accumulated, then that coin is getting ready for the pump

so it is literally impossible to see a coin lose more than 100% in value which lets the bottom become more visible and easy to buy

coins don't just get delisted out of the blue there has to be several days of looow / no volume, so common sense would lead you into avoiding coins like this

where there isn't a lack of volume, there is either accumulation or distribution that is the "rhythm" that you were referring to there

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February 17, 2015, 03:35:19 AM
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lol It's common sense

if you see a coin that is popular and has had one or two good volume pumps in the past, like cloak for instance
and that coin has lost 90% or more of its value and is being accumulated, then that coin is getting ready for the pump

so it is literally impossible to see a coin lose more than 100% in value which lets the bottom become more visible and easy to buy

coins don't just get delisted out of the blue there has to be several days of looow / no volume, so common sense would lead you into avoiding coins like this

where there isn't a lack of volume, there is either accumulation or distribution that is the "rhythm" that you were referring to there

It doesn't have to always be 90% either, some coins are in a rhythm where they only decrease by 70% in value for example and then they skyrocket after that and then repeat the same value decrease

but seeing a 90% decline AND accumulation is like the holy grail of buying opportunites
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February 17, 2015, 11:47:26 AM
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thanks for replying to me Ryan Grin

Quite simply, you must grasp the fact that, regardless if there is manipulation or not - coins move in cycles. There is no such thing as a 'dead' coin until it has been removed from the exchange

In fact, if a coin is being labeled as being 'dead' yet it's market is still open for trading - without the threat of it being removed due to low volume - then it is actually being accumulated and prepped for it's next moon shot.


im starting to see this more now from the pieces that I have been reading on your site and after watchingthe same coin pump three times

maybe the dead coin call is a ploy distract people while accumulation is happening? i think it is, cos the whole world was calling cloak dead and then it goes up 10 times in value which was a missed opportunity for the gullible

So to buy into a coin, profit from a pump, and then to forget that coin exists would be like Walmart selling 500,000 porch benches and then failing to re-stock, they would be literally flushing money down the toilet if they did that.

This is why celebrities are ranked in terms of their popularity, because the more popular a celeb is, the wider their audience is - thus, corporations can pay celebrities a small fee (endorsement deal) to reach a 'large' audience, and then make a large profit - (this is a trade)

Popularity is also a major factor in the altcoin markets because, the most popular coins always attract the most volume.

So simply, you must expand your holdings by using your profits to produce more profits... because, if you don't have the right "stock" at the right prices, then clearly, you will never profit

In terms of knowing what to buy, and when - it is simply a case of tracking supply and demand


I enjoyed your walmart analogy and what i have taken from this is demand = popularity ?
and it is popularity itself that moves in cycles?

Like when a coin becomes unpopular and people say that it is dead everyone wants to sell it and buy a coin that is more popular at the time? if that makes sense?

So you are doing the opposite and buying coins when the attention of traders is diverted elsewhere

so this mean that you will always have like a cache of coins like this and every month you clear out when the popularity
or trading volume cycles back?

I know there is a lot more to it but i guess this is the general idea of buying and selling anything really
things are cheap and easy to get when nobody wants them and expensive and difficult to get when everyone wants it

I would love to get back into your group again this week if that is possible? I filled out the contact form on your site
exited to get my hands dirty

thx for your response



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February 17, 2015, 10:53:07 PM
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08 Feb - 15 Feb
Total return: 242%
Coins: XQN

In crypto, the only two factors that are ‘inevitable’ are price advancements (pumps) and price declines. There is not one intrinsically valuable asset that is traded in the altcoin market – in fact, quite literally, value in this market is denoted by the ‘perception’ of how much money can be made (or lost) by trading a particular coin.

XQN


Simply, the only reason you would buy into a coin in the first place is because you expect to be able to sell it to someone else at a higher price. That in itself is manipulation – or the attempt to profit because of manipulation.

You have to be fully aware of the fact that if this was a market based on morals, and honour – the price of a coin would never change. Every altcoin would have one sticker price, and that’s it. Clearly though, this isn’t the case...

... In fact, prices change on a constant basis in the crypto currency market. This is because perceptions change on a constant basis.

You could be buying into a coin because you have completed hours of research and are now dead certain that it’s price is going to climb and provide you with a substantial profit. You will have been pumped up and exited to buy your way into that coin. In your mind, you will have already calculated all of the things that you are going to spend your profits on.... Then, you log onto bitcointalk forums, read one line of negative publicity and, within the space of 5 minutes, your entire perception will have been altered. You will have gone from a state of perceiving value, to now being in a state of panic and fear. This will cause you disregard the dozens of hours you have spent in research, and to sell all of your holdings, even at a loss.

But, just like you determined in your original research – that same coin will begin to creep upwards. Then it will begin climbing powerfully through price range after price range... then it’s will begin to skyrocket in value almost by 150%...

...then, strangely, your perception will have changed yet again. No longer are you fearful because, clearly, this coin has just had a major advancement in value – in fact, now, you will have retuned into a state of perceiving value, and those thoughts of future profits and how you are going to spend them have returned... so what do you do? You buy back in...

Then... and the story is very common... the price begins to plummet directly into the ground almost as soon as you have bought back in.. It drops 20% of value, but this time – you don’t sell.. this time, you hold on – because you just watched this coin climb 100% so now the image of profit is too real for you to let go... The price drops by another 20%, but still – you don’t sell... this time, you continue to hold because everyone on twitter is swearing on their grandmother’s ashes that this coin is going “to the moon”... Eventually, you wind up with a 60% loss and again, you refuse to sell because now, you have decided just to wait for the coin the return back a level where you can get out at even...

But that’s it.. a couple of days go by and the price has still not lifted.. a week has gone by and now you finally decide to sell at a 60% loss.

Then... the price rallies again, this time higher than it did during the last rally.

You see guys, this is a quirk in the way the human mind works in regard to risk and gain. People shy away from risk when it comes to gains, but they will take the largest and most irrational risks when it comes to avoiding losses.

In the above example, there was an initial opportunity to buy and to profit – however, the decision was made to back out of the trade due to the risk of loss.

Then once the coin advanced in price, the buy was locked in and sealed.. but due to jumping in during the wrong stage of the price advancement, the price began to fall.. Yet this time, there was no perception of risk at all, there was no decision made to sell until 60% of the coins value was lost.

The human mind is geared so that you gamble to avoid loss, but you evade and shy away from taking risk when it comes to gains.

Looking at this XQN trade, which was a PumpersPick in January


there was an obvious pattern of movement, that was fairly simple to exploit

You see the most important factor, after every rally – is the percentage decline. A high percentage decline indicates that weak hands (novices) have been shaken out of a coin, leaving the coin in the hands of skilled traders.


I will break down what is clearly visible in the above image

From 13 Nov 2014, the price of XQN began to climb from 1005 Satoshi (on low volume) before settling at 11,253 Satoshi on 22 Nov 2014 – representing a 1019% gain in value.

After this gain, the price – of course – fell into decline. XQN began to plummet and landed at 151 Satoshi by 8 Dec 2014, which is a 98% decline in value


Exploitable behavioural trait: After rallying the price fell into decline, culminating with an -98% loss in value


This wasn’t the end of XQN though (despite how many people labelled it as being ‘dead’)

Having reached its bottom price, the price exploded yet again. By 11 Dec, the price had reached 7235 – this is a staggering 4,691% gain.

If you are aware of “the price cycle” you can predict what happen next...

... after hitting 7235 Satoshi, the price dropped yet again. This time, the descent took place over a longer time span (as I explained in my earlier example, some traders just don’t know when to call it quits)

From 11 Dec 2014, the price began to slide downwards...This downward spiral lasted throughout the entire month of January, and finally came to an end on 5 Feb 2015 at 505 Satoshi – which is a 93% decline


Exploitable behavioural trait: Again, after rallying the price fell into decline, culminating with an -93% loss in value


From this low of 505, the price has since climbed to 5319 Satoshi... another high percentage yield: 953%.. judging from the last rallies, there may be some distance left for XQN to travel.

Overall, this analysis illustrates how to use a coins price rhythm to your advantage. It shows how you can “be 10 steps ahead” of the average trader.

XQN is a coin that tends to decline by 90% every time it rallies, which makes it all too simple to predict.

Tip: Following news and updates may be useful, but by the time that update is released – it will already be too late for you to buy in at a reasonable price. You have to realise that your mind isn’t naturally conditioned for you to take advantage of opportunities to profit – it is conditioned for you to behave irrationally when attempting to avoid losses, so keep this in mind the next time you make a trade because, if you are a novice, then this entire market is governed by fear, panic, perception and manipulation – if you are skilled, then you are using all of these things to your advantage.

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.

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February 17, 2015, 10:56:45 PM
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If you have been sailing these waters alone and having your boat tipped over every time a Whale surfaces, then now may be the time to adjust your approach.

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RyanPumper. You have a new follower here. Incredible tradings, keep doing that way Wink

Made about .3 BTC on ESC (only! from about 0.05 that I had lying around) after your tip-off last time & was kicking myself for not liquidating my other couple of positions and betting the (tiny) farm.

As someone new to all this, I'm finding your info helpful.

Really good info in this thread, I'll keep checking back

PM sent. Great advice so far!

Really good info in this thread, I will join  Grin
any tips for tonight into tomorrow morning?

Nice calls. Right on the money!  Cool

I learned a lot reading this thread. Today is a new day so I am rethinking my loosing strategy's  Cool

Really nice work here Ryan, rethinking my entire approach to trading, thanks Smiley
Perhaps you could talk us through a chart to spot obvious patterns?

Great trades as always. Keep showing us your trades, master.

KORE is flying

OPAL just keeps on ripping Grin

447% in two days!!! Considering my gains on vior, boom and xst this week... LEGENDARY!!!

XSt is a great call ryan. If you swing trade though you wont see the full potential but you'll still make money. XST is a true ANON winner. Peer reviews done on the code and the dev is highly respected by some of the greatest minds on the forum.

XST=Win

I agree with your simple volume strategies, Ryan.

Watching Smiley

Xst is holding like a champ ryan... good call on that one.

Just turned 0.8 btc into 4 btc this week Grin Grin so i'm building my trading pot. This is my third week on the team

I like the trade info. It good sound advice.

Lovely stuff!

I piggybacked on OPAL and made a 20% profit.

I went with KORE.
Noticed some talk about it on Twitter, also seems they are releasing their wallet with Anon VOIP on the 15th of sept.
Bought myself some shares earlier .. just watching it go up slowly now.

Signed up for my 2nd week...the knowledge I have learnt from Ryan has helped my trading massively

Just closed out my OPAL trades, x4 profit. I have to say, this week was a class act Ryan Wink

made 60% from vior and nearly did x2 on boom but exited before everyone else after the price ran up 70% (that was more than enough for me) plus the 47% profit from that group exercise we did with xst. Thumbs up

hello ryan
thanks for your alert on kore

Long time reader here. I enjoy your perspective especially your views on charts and technical analysis

Finished the week 1.9btc up, started with .7btc so nice run overall

Just signed for this week so hoping for a repeat performance Grin

Would just like to say thank you Ryan, all of the tips you've given so far have helped me realise potential trades.
I've noticed patterns and trend changes quite quicker than I used to and have a rough idea of where the market is going.

That being said I have made no money this week, I set my buy orders too low on a few coins the day/night before they rally'd up. Knowing I could've made money this week is a much better feeling than losing.

I'd definitely recommend others to take a step back and see what happens.

Thanks. Smiley

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NOICE!! i bought with 1btc on monday at 0.00000800 Grin So im at a 789% rise from this one friggin monster of a trade! x8 my original bankroll so a rewarding week for sure and that xst stunt was golden

i made a small mistake last weekend and lost 30% of my stash so it's nice to be back to my winning ways LOL

Hey Ryan thanks for the heads up on SDC that was my first big profit. I like the whole get in early on the way up then exit, then get back in when the price crashes to make additional money from the rebound.

after parlaying 0.3 btc into 1.7 btc with only two trades of the same coin I feel like theres so much more i can do. Hopefully every trade will be this easy lool

looking forward to the rest of the week


Thanks for that inside track on CND. Closed out a 143 percent profit today  Grin

yep the IRC is plush! I made .7 btc from one SLR trade on Sunday which isn't much when compared to everyone else, but looking to put my best foot forward this week to make even more.

in his "picks of the week" he PMed on the 6th of Sept he said to get into KORE, anything under 20k would be great.
Later that day it was sitting at 16k, slowly went up to 20K.
If you got in early and held on to it till KORE was getting near their anon VoIP wallet you'd have been able to sell early and exit at 30k (like I did) or play hard and get 33k+ out of it (it spiked at 35k about 3 hours ago).

Yep 0.5BTC is a big price if you're a small time trader like me, but for those who wanna play big, cheap ticket to more profit.


Nice long chat on Skype yesterday. Thanks for that Ryan the advice is always appreciated Smiley
Will be sticking around for a few more weeks after hitting my 1BTC target last night
it's been a long journey. Thank you


Finally hit the motherlode Cheesy

MEGA KUDOS to you Ryan

If you are already disciplined in your approach to trading then I would recommend Ryan (to make money with).
If you are a complete newbie who wants to learn about this sort of trading and eliminate common mistakes, with the possiblility of making the .5btc back I would also recommend him.


Ryan Pumper,

Just wanted to say great trading thread, I have learned a lot.
I would like to receive your PICK OF THE WEEK in pm if its still open.

dijclarwin

Another week like this and I may make the switch to full time crypto
These last few days have been amazing for me

great picks!!

very impressive so far Ryan. Started the week with .6 btc and traded up to 3.7 btc. I was pushing for a full 4 btc which is a nice round number LOL Cheesy but can't complain. Really impressed because i came in with average expectations which you surpassed by miles. Thanks for your help today as well, it was very much appreciated.

Love your insight Ryan very helpful. Any hints on coins we should looking at?

I made 254% on cnd. I' m very happy with that. Smiley

The tips and advice have been invaluable especially for someone like me who has been winning but then losing.

The advice alone has put me on a steadier course and i am making more gains then losses for the first time so that is super cool.

I would like to take things a step further by trading alongside you and your team. Would love to get into the group before tomorrow. Please

Hi.

First of all, thanks for the info you are sharing. Please keep posting the older info, I like this thread, I use it to learn


I made 60% on FTC this week due to your tips. Thanks RYAN PUMPER.


With Ryan it's almost like a daily lecture on how to spot coins that are going to rise before everyone else does which really starts to rub off on you after a while. We got into VIACOIN before everyone else so when the rally started the uninformed were actually panic buying our sell orders that we placed several hours before for a 50% profit. I guess this is where the value is i suppose

Hey there, would love to hear what your picks of the week are.  Been watching some of the ones you've mentioned in your thread and I made a bit with them so far.

I like your insight and been following for some months now.

I am looking forward to your pick of the week !

i watch your thread everyday and learn so many tips
i think this time will be ioc, right ?

.35 btc to start the day Grin. I could send you a tip if you want? Very pleased with this after being in a losing streak for so long. Feels great to back to even after just one trade it's such a relief


Read through your thread..wish i came across it sooner. Very solid.  Wink

Good job man !

I love your posts ryan, very helpful for beginners ! Hope one day I'll be allowed to join you ahah

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February 18, 2015, 01:39:47 AM
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Overall, this analysis illustrates how to use a coins price rhythm to your advantage. It shows how you can “be 10 steps ahead” of the average trader.

this is what im starting to do, getting there before everyone else
ive found myself sitting and waitin and the volume always makes revolutions and returns to coins that people are accumulating

maybe its a concentration of buying?
there is only so many coins you can buy at one price level

the way i look at it buying over saturates in each price level and then moves up to the next one so thats what i look for on a price chart
also im right there with you with price rhythm

what about timing and things like that i often get muddled up in that department
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Hey Ryan
Your an idiot claiming credit for certain pumps.  I personally have been pumping coins for a day with 10 BTC or so, and then I have to laugh because about 24 hrs later, you come out with some sort of tweet how u were an expert on pumping this or that coin. What a bunch of BS.  What, every time a coin pumps, I guess I should claim some sort of genius credit for it by tweeting about it.  What a joke.  Lol
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Hey Ryan
Your an idiot claiming credit for certain pumps.  I personally have been pumping coins for a day with 10 BTC or so, and then I have to laugh because about 24 hrs later, you come out with some sort of tweet how u were an expert on pumping this or that coin. What a bunch of BS.  What, every time a coin pumps, I guess I should claim some sort of genius credit for it by tweeting about it.  What a joke.  Lol

Wow a newbie that see's the light and is not a shill of his  Cheesy he calls himself a pumper but he does not pump i have pumped a coin or 2 that he has taken credit for aswel, an i am sure others have done the same like yourself what he does is notice a coin is ready to be pumped or being accumulated and jumps on the band wagon.

He does manipulate but from what i have seen, it is to lower the value of a coin which i must say i do find interesting and would like to learn more about tbh. The good thing is if you notice this manipulation of certain coins you can jump in at a nice low aswel it corrects itself not so much a pump but a correction.

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Looking at this XQN trade, which was a PumpersPick in January


there was an obvious pattern of movement, that was fairly simple to exploit

You see the most important factor, after every rally – is the percentage decline. A high percentage decline indicates that weak hands (novices) have been shaken out of a coin, leaving the coin in the hands of skilled traders.


I will break down what is clearly visible in the above image

From 13 Nov 2014, the price of XQN began to climb from 1005 Satoshi (on low volume) before settling at 11,253 Satoshi on 22 Nov 2014 – representing a 1019% gain in value.

After this gain, the price – of course – fell into decline. XQN began to plummet and landed at 151 Satoshi by 8 Dec 2014, which is a 98% decline in value


Exploitable behavioural trait: After rallying the price fell into decline, culminating with an -98% loss in value


This wasn’t the end of XQN though (despite how many people labelled it as being ‘dead’)

Having reached its bottom price, the price exploded yet again. By 11 Dec, the price had reached 7235 – this is a staggering 4,691% gain.

If you are aware of “the price cycle” you can predict what happen next...

... after hitting 7235 Satoshi, the price dropped yet again. This time, the descent took place over a longer time span (as I explained in my earlier example, some traders just don’t know when to call it quits)

From 11 Dec 2014, the price began to slide downwards...This downward spiral lasted throughout the entire month of January, and finally came to an end on 5 Feb 2015 at 505 Satoshi – which is a 93% decline


Exploitable behavioural trait: Again, after rallying the price fell into decline, culminating with an -93% loss in value


From this low of 505, the price has since climbed to 5319 Satoshi... another high percentage yield: 953%.. judging from the last rallies, there may be some distance left for XQN to travel.

Overall, this analysis illustrates how to use a coins price rhythm to your advantage. It shows how you can “be 10 steps ahead” of the average trader.

XQN is a coin that tends to decline by 90% every time it rallies, which makes it all too simple to predict.

Noice trade

its all about that decline and how you maneouver on into position to take advantage

it's the rhythm that you have to exploit
thanks for explaining how it works with this percentages etc

I noticed you have done a trade like this based on timing? e.g using the length of the previous rallies to judge entry / exit points

would love to hear more about that

 
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