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March 15, 2015, 12:40:31 AM
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When you want to catch a rat what do you do? you leave a little food out and you setup a sticky trap. So when you want to be the person who profits because some gambler fucked up in the markets what do you do ? you get there before he does, setup some bait and put down some traps

thats trading 101 right there

That's it in one post.  Do ^^THAT^^ and you will make money on autopilot. That is the game ^^ lol not buying and ""hoping""..... it's buying because you ""know"" that someones gonna come in right behind ya and buy all of your coins for more than you originally paid

and how do you "know" they're gonna do this, well

A manipulator knows that the typical novice trader, who spends hours waiting to see the mythological “double top” pattern appear before they make a trade, can be counted on to buy and sell (in their numbers) whenever the fluctuations on a coins chart describes what these novices have been brainwashed into believing are “buy” or “sell” signals – therefore, novice traders have literally been tricked into playing this high-stakes game with all of their cards face up.

Market Manipulators and group interests routinely manipulate the price of a coin in order to create false buy or sell signals; it’s easy to guess who would lose money in that situation.

its tooo easy
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March 15, 2015, 12:59:33 AM
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So I personally don't want to see the Altcoin/BTC markets being referenced on the news at all, not just yet. Like you were saying the fact that they haven't spent any time speaking on this market is a sign that we are still in the growth stage. So there is a fuckload more volume left to come because a huge portion of the world doesn't even know that the Altcoin/BTC market exists


Remember how the altcoin game is marketed bro, every coin is touted as being "the next bitcoin" and there you have the point of the Altcoin/BTC market

there is a want, need and demand by millions of people to find the next bitcoin.
But what they mean when they say "the next bitcoin" isn't that they want a faster and leaner coin, they want another coin that has a $100 Million dollar pump and goes up 12,000%

So to bridge the gap, altcoins were created. The demand is another bitcoin circa 2012/2013 MEGA pump, and the supply is altcoins.
So there is no point of the altcoin market except to capture the excess demand that bitcoin itself generates

But do you know what this means? Bro, the next time bitcoin pumps and then the big media and news corporations start running their advertising, bitcoin is going to crash hard just like it did last time

then what?

All the millions of poor fucks that lost money or sat on the fence are gonna be sniffing around for "another bitcoin" and the altcoin market will have it's second boom!! Remember AUR having $1million volume in one night? We will be smack dab back in the middle of that kind of market environment

Bitcoin is the main dish, altcoins are the dessert

so we have to wait for bitcoin to complete its current pump and then crash. That is when the altmarket will really come to life. All of these profits we are seeing now is nothing compared to whats coming

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March 15, 2015, 01:04:03 AM
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Is CANN go up more?
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March 16, 2015, 12:51:07 AM
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Bitcoin is the main dish, altcoins are the dessert

 Wink Altcoins are the aftershock to bitcoins earthquake
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March 16, 2015, 12:56:53 AM
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even if you tell them which coin is getting the pump their limited mental capacity will always cause them to sell before the pump

and lets face it ryan 99% of people here aren't smart enough to read the charts to spot accumulation nor do they even know the difference between accumulation, distribution or which foot to put their left shoe on

and these are my opponents? LOOOOL, the whole altcoin market should be listed on cnbc as the NUMBER ONE investment for people with an IQ score higher than 120 lol its just too freaking easy

There are hundreds of smart folk around here in this thread especially n there alot more that are learning how things work
not everyone can be a grade a trader someone has to lose
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March 16, 2015, 01:17:22 AM
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ok SEMBROTOKEN let's hope you're good for one more spin  Smiley
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March 16, 2015, 01:40:40 AM
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Seven Day giveaway Starting today (03/16) and ending on Sunday (03/22).
$1,000 giveaway (3.4 BTC) over the space of seven days. Full details: @pumper_ryan


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To succeed, it is important that you master the art of gauging support and resistance. Not in the traditional sense (defacing your charts with the most ridiculous trend lines). Support and resistance can be gauged by assessing the order book, I have explained this strategy in a previous post. By using this approach as part of your strategy you are eliminating the need for ‘guesswork’ because you are, in effect, using the markets own price behaviour to provide you with protection on your positions

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It is common knowledge that Crypto is the most manipulated market in the world. It is the most simple market to manipulate... to push, and to pull in order to achieve a pre-meditated ends. This is the only market in the world were 99.8% of the participants haven’t got the slightest clue as to what they are doing.

This is a market that is filled to the brim with people who ‘pretend’ to know what they’re doing, until the conversation steers in the realm of continuous, cold hard profit. You see, there is only but a slight few who dominate this market. In terms of pulling a profit from nothing except from a few clicks on their mouse pad.

Out of 100 Crypto traders, only 1 is ‘consistently’ profitable.

You have swathes of unskilled traders who get trampled over in the markets all day long, simply because they are too ignorant to realise how the game is really played. They are too short-sighted and unable to look through the smog to see that, every day, shed loads of money is lost in the market – so, in that same token, there is the small few who make obscene amounts of money due to the narrow mindedness, the ignorance and down-right carelessness of novice traders.

You see, most people tend to have some distorted image in their mind about trading. They tend to be under the misguided belief that quick paced, in and out, momentum based trading is the key to substantial paydays – due to what they have seen in over dramatised documentaries and movies. It is this belief that acts as a blockade to any kind of profitability.

What people fail to realise is that, at any given time, there are participants in this market who are positioning themselves to profit greatly due to the stupidity of novice traders. In fact, this is the sole objective of skilled traders - to profit because of the ‘stupidity’ of novice traders – the more ignorant these amateur players are, the greater the pay-off.

This fact is hidden in plain sight.

Day after day, novice traders get trampled all over by the slim few who will always be one step ahead.

I mean, the very nature of the market spells out the greatest secret – a secret so great that once you realise it, you won’t be able to help but pull in a gargantuan amount of BTC daily. Maybe i will devote an entire post to breaking this secret down, but for now – I want to highlight an obvious flaw that is apparent in every novice traders mentality.

Why is it that the unskilled will never realise that when they are buying into a rally, they are helping someone else liquidate their entire position? Why is it that an amateur doesn’t stop to ask himself; why are there any sell orders for me to buy through in the first place, if this coin is priced correctly?

It is all about timing. You see, in this market, you fall into one of two categories. Buyer or seller. When one coin is your focus, you can’t be both at the same time.

You see, I have said it before... and i will say it again. Trading is a game of accumulation V distribution, wholesale V retail.

People always ask me how to strike up profit after profit, and I simply tell them to think of trading crypto like owning a store.

Once you begin to think like that, Bittrex then becomes a very useful algorithm that tells you when the most popular items are selling at wholesale price and when they are selling at retail price.

Thinking in these terms will enable you to make logical decisions – instead of buying into a coin at the top of the market, watching the price fall out of the sky and then complaining that crypto is “rigged”.

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Manipulation is rife in this market… And in the other financial markets of the world. This is part and parcel of trading. During the accumulation phase, it is an absolute must that the ‘weak hands’ be shaken out of the market – so as to ensure that there are no premature sellers during the ascent upwards during the distribution phase.

It is a fact when buying into illiquid coins, buying in great volume will very quickly push the price higher – after which point the price will then be forced lower (by releasing bad news, using bots to push the offer price down etc) and weak hands grow jittery. This allows the skilled participants to continue to ‘stack their chips’ at lower prices.

This process is repeated until the warehouses are full and it is at this stage that the market can be moved higher. But, for some reason, most novice traders are blind to this. Even though it happens in plain sight. This is why the skilled few will always profit.

SIDENOTE: You have to wait for optimal trading opportunities and resist the natural urge to trade more frequently. You must be willing to do nothing, absolutely nothing, until there is something to do. Personally, I just wait until there is money lying in the corner and all I have to do is to go over there and pick it up. In other words, until a trade is so obvious that it’s like picking money up off the floor – do nothing! Waiting for these ideal opportunities requires the patience to allow alot of non-optimal trades to pass by without participation. The message is: by avoiding non optimal trades, you will be able to increase your cumulative return tremendously – thus patience makes all the difference between a skilled and unskilled trader.

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

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

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March 16, 2015, 02:02:38 AM
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Seven Day giveaway kicking off tomorrow (03/16) and ending on Sunday (03/22).
$1,000 giveaway (3.4 BTC) over the space of seven days. Full details released on twitter.com/pumper_ryan in the morning
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 Shocked WOW $1000?? I'll be there for sure
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March 16, 2015, 02:02:47 AM
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Bitcoin is the main dish, altcoins are the dessert

Altcoins are the aftershock to bitcoins earthquake

bitcoin is the big hammer that is suspended above the ground
so when the hammer falls all the altcoins will bounce into the sky

if your smart you've probably got some btc longs open with a plan to open a short when the volume really takes off
then you will have yet another plan to move all of those profits into the altcoin markets to have some fun Smiley

thats what smart money is doing

EDIT: @ ryan +1 for the giveaway
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March 16, 2015, 04:26:52 PM
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10 Mar - 15 Mar
3.4BTC Giveaway, see @Pumper_ryan for details
Total return: 204%
Coins: CSD

Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.

In the altcoin market, risk is a matter of perception. One person may feel entirely comfortable with walking into what he perceives as a high potential trading situation, whilst another person may perceive the exact same scenario as one that is void of any opportunity whatsoever.

It all boils down to how much you understand about the way prices move.

You see, if a coin that is valued at $1 shoots up in value with its worth increasing to $2 – this is because the perception of 90% of market participants has been augmented.

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Prices don’t change until commonly held perception changes.

It’s just like in the traditional world of commerce. Whenever GM has a major vehicle recall due to “faulty brakes” or the threat of “spontaneous combustion,” their share price plummets. This happens because the majority of people holding GM stock are now fearful that their holdings will become worthless due to the tainting of GM’s brand – so they begin to sell, and the price tumbles.

Then what happens?

Word begins to circulate around all the big brokerage firms and institutions “GM is getting cheap... BUY!...” Then accumulation occurs, prices begin to steadily correct – then the big media outlets begin to begin to broadcast positive news concerning the GM share price.. “It looks like GM is recovering, after losing 30% of value it seems to be bouncing back” ... Again, this causes market wide perception to change and people begin to buy back into GM in fear of missing out on cheap prices. This creates a voluminous rally that sends the price rocketing through the roof,

This is how the ‘perception’ of traders and investors is manipulated over and over again.

The same thing happens in the crypto markets.

This very month there are people who are buying back the very coins that they had sold last month because the coin was being labelled as “a scam.” The only difference is that, when they sold, the price was “at the bottom” – and now, whilst they are buying back in, the price is at “the top.” (See how it works now?)

The implication is, the manipulation or perception is to encourage uneducated traders into selling when they should be buying, and buying when they should be selling. That’s all

The manipulation of perception is just another method of trading the markets. This strategy works simply due to herd mentality.

You see, when the cry of “scam” is initiated and targeted at a certain coin, people WILL sell. Why? Because the single act of only one person selling causes the price of a coin to drop. Now what if 20 people sold? Or, 100 people? ...The price will crash so fast that you won’t even be able to rationalize how you will make your own exit.

This is why amateurs are jittery in the market – because they buy at all the wrong times and are therefore leaving themselves open to be exploited via the manipulation of perception.

The skilled trader who buys only at rock bottom prices doesn’t worry about the “dump it” cries. His ears are closed to the “scam coin” accusations – because when others begin to sell as a result of these tactics, they are selling to him! And weeks later, these same weak handed traders will be buying back these coins from the very people they sold them to - but this time at a severe price mark up.

To summarise; buying at the wrong time leaves you open to a variety of manipulation strategies that WILL be used against you. There is no doubt about it! I mean, the very act of buying at the wrong time is the result of yet another variation of manipulation – mass market deception.

To win is simple, you have to play the game the way it is supposed to be played.

Before you purchase into any coin, you want to be aware of its entire 'trading' history - notice I said 'trading' history, and not the history of the dev, or the history of the coin's ANN thread.. you want to be aware of the 'trading' history, because that shows market sentiment in $dollars and not lip service, false promises or FUD etc. The 'trading history' is the only thing that matters

To find this information, just click on the 'ALL' tab that appears at the top of the price chart of bittrex. You will be able to expand the view and reveal the complete price history of a coin from its launch, up until the present day

Now, this is what you have to look for when assessing the 'ALL' chart.

1. Recurring price movements (patterns)

These recurring movements come in several forms. You don't need to see them all, in fact if you spot just one of these recurring patterns, you can go ahead and start trading in alignment with it.

The patterns are:

Recurring % Declines
This is, bar none, the most important pattern, simply because prices must go down before they go up. So in simple terms, if you’re looking at a coin that has had several rallies (pumps) in the past (at least two) you want to wait until that coin has had a major price decline before you jump in.

If a coin goes down to its bottom price, the only thing that can happen from that point is that coin will now go up to a previous top, or a new top.

You can measure the % decline by finding the highest price that occurred during the last high volume rally (the peak price), and then working out the % difference between that price and the lowest price that has occurred since then. Typically, a 60% - 80% decline is optimal, a 90% - 95% decline is perfect.

Thats the basics

However, as I described in another post some coins repeat the same exact % declines again and again, which makes it very simple to spot the most optimal buying price

Recurring high volume rallies (Recurring pumps)
There is no point buying into a coin that doesn't have a history of high volume pumps (20btc and higher) - you can easily find out the volume of each pump a coin has had by looking at the volume bars in the 'ALL' chart.

A coin that has had several high volume rallies (at least 2) will always provide opportunities for a high probability trade.

There are patterns like these in every single coin that is on the market, this is why it is very essential that you look at the 'ALL' chart before you even think about trading a coin

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The basic message is, you must always seek to purchase into each and every coin that is trading below value - so long as that coin is following an obvious pattern, and is being accumulated

When each of those coins begin to advance in price, you will already be positioned to profit - just like a retailer that stocks all of the right products at the right time

e.g if you walked into walmart in the middle of winter, you will find numerous 'summer items' selling at severe discounts. i.e 70% off cooling fans, 50% off sun lotion, half price ice-cream makers etc - whilst all the winter items will be selling at above value prices

Although supply and demand takes a different twist in crypto, that is the basis of how supply and demand works

This is the general mindset that you must have, in order to start to accumulate a string of profits in this market

SIDENOTE: You have to wait for optimal trading opportunities and resist the natural urge to trade more frequently. You must be willing to do nothing, absolutely nothing, until there is something to do. Personally, I just wait until there is money lying in the corner and all I have to do is to go over there and pick it up. In other words, until a trade is so obvious that it’s like picking money up off the floor – do nothing! Waiting for these ideal opportunities requires the patience to allow alot of non-optimal trades to pass by without participation. The message is: by avoiding non optimal trades, you will be able to increase your cumulative return tremendously – thus patience makes all the difference between a skilled and unskilled trader.

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

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

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March 16, 2015, 05:27:46 PM
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Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.

In the altcoin market, risk is a matter of perception. One person may feel entirely comfortable with walking into what he perceives as a high potential trading situation, whilst another person may perceive the exact same scenario as one that is void of any opportunity whatsoever.

It all boils down to how much you understand about the way prices move.

Im glad that you bring this up ryan I'm getting better at this but not quite there just yet
I guess theres always a kind of duality of perceptions if you are trading because if you are buying someone else is selling

and I am certain that there are always people who know what is going to happen because they are the ones making it happen
so everyone else is basically trying to get dressed in the dark

I had been wanting to ask what you think of the current volume of altcoins?

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March 17, 2015, 12:33:58 AM
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Im glad that you bring this up ryan I'm getting better at this but not quite there just yet
I guess theres always a kind of duality of perceptions if you are trading because if you are buying someone else is selling

and I am certain that there are always people who know what is going to happen because they are the ones making it happen
so everyone else is basically trying to get dressed in the dark

I had been wanting to ask what you think of the current volume of altcoins?

Alot of people know that a coin is going to pump before the pump happens, but that doesnt mean that the little guy cant get ahead.

Obviously if you know that a coin is gonna pump you have to buy some of it first and anyone can see this taking place on the charts

so i think everyone is on an equal playing field
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March 17, 2015, 12:10:28 PM
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Im glad that you bring this up ryan I'm getting better at this but not quite there just yet
I guess theres always a kind of duality of perceptions if you are trading because if you are buying someone else is selling

and I am certain that there are always people who know what is going to happen because they are the ones making it happen
so everyone else is basically trying to get dressed in the dark

I had been wanting to ask what you think of the current volume of altcoins?

Alot of people know that a coin is going to pump before the pump happens, but that doesnt mean that the little guy cant get ahead.

Obviously if you know that a coin is gonna pump you have to buy some of it first and anyone can see this taking place on the charts

so i think everyone is on an equal playing field

most people cant and dont want to learn how to read charts so they make the "playing field" uneven for themselves
no matter what field it is,, whenever one group is building skill and accessing deeper levels of market mechanics whilst the other group
just wants to gamble, the scales will always be unbalanced in our favor. $10,000K a month is a reality for some, -10k is a reality for others
ryan is casually giving away one thousand dollars this week, some traders here have never made 1k even after a whole month of trading
again it all comes back to perspective
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March 17, 2015, 01:25:50 PM
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Fuck this, am serious
Am in ur group. You don't know who exactly Roll Eyes
Gonna reveal the PICKS for.. FREE!!!
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Fuck this, am serious
Am in ur group. You don't know who exactly Roll Eyes
Gonna reveal the PICKS for.. FREE!!!
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most people cant and dont want to learn how to read charts so they make the "playing field" uneven for themselves
no matter what field it is,, whenever one group is building skill and accessing deeper levels of market mechanics whilst the other group
just wants to gamble, the scales will always be unbalanced in our favor. $10,000K a month is a reality for some, -10k is a reality for others
ryan is casually giving away one thousand dollars this week, some traders here have never made 1k even after a whole month of trading
again it all comes back to perspective

Do you honestly think it's a bad thing that people can't read charts?

I was on skype yesterday with ryan speaking about the education of crypto traders in general, how some people in this market are ex institutional guys and ex penny stock players

He said something that rang my chimes and got me thinking
He said anyone who is an "ex" trader of a market didn't have the skills to remain in that market
or else they would have been making so much money that the thought of leaving would have never crossed their mind

There are ex brokers and professional traders here and ex penny stock guys, but they don't know fuck all about trading
and are still getting there ass kicked by people that do

How powerful is an educated man in a room full of other educated men? They are all just as powerful as each other right? so no one has the upper hand

What about this, how powerful is an educated man in a room full of idiots? Hes the MOST powerful

So as someone who wants to continue making a decent amount of money i don't give a shit who can read a chart or not tbh

there isn't supposed to be a balance because if there was then you wonuld be making anything close to what your making now

ryan can continue to put certain pieces of information out there, but only a few have the mental ability to not only understand the theory but to also put it into use

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March 17, 2015, 02:16:02 PM
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Not that Ryan Pumper is fake, he just has lots of btc to manipulate the market.
When he wants the market to rise, he will set up huge buy walls and make the altcoin market rise then he dumps.
He earns more from the 0.5 btc fee than from trading.

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March 17, 2015, 02:23:02 PM
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most people cant and dont want to learn how to read charts so they make the "playing field" uneven for themselves
no matter what field it is,, whenever one group is building skill and accessing deeper levels of market mechanics whilst the other group
just wants to gamble, the scales will always be unbalanced in our favor. $10,000K a month is a reality for some, -10k is a reality for others
ryan is casually giving away one thousand dollars this week, some traders here have never made 1k even after a whole month of trading
again it all comes back to perspective

Do you honestly think it's a bad thing that people can't read charts?

I was on skype yesterday with ryan speaking about the education of crypto traders in general, how some people in this market are ex institutional guys and ex penny stock players

He said something that rang my chimes and got me thinking
He said anyone who is an "ex" trader of a market didn't have the skills to remain in that market
or else they would have been making so much money that the thought of leaving would have never crossed their mind

There are ex brokers and professional traders here and ex penny stock guys, but they don't know fuck all about trading
and are still getting there ass kicked by people that do

How powerful is an educated man in a room full of other educated men? They are all just as powerful as each other right? so no one has the upper hand

What about this, how powerful is an educated man in a room full of idiots? Hes the MOST powerful

So as someone who wants to continue making a decent amount of money i don't give a shit who can read a chart or not tbh

there isn't supposed to be a balance because if there was then you wonuld be making anything close to what your making now

ryan can continue to put certain pieces of information out there, but only a few have the mental ability to not only understand the theory but to also put it into use



I never said it was a good or bad thing, it's just a fact Cheesy we're on the same squad bro so our thinking is similar
For me it behooves me that no matter what, the percentage of people making money or losing money will always be the same
99% or traders lose money, 1% make money

People seriously think that the ones that are actually profiting are just waking up buying a coin
waiting for the price to rise and then selling Cheesy Grin it doesn't work like that
Ryan even said why it is that people think like this

Crypto is a game of strategy! …Not a game of morality.

You see as I mentioned above, novice traders are all following the same exact strategies. However, the things that they have been deceived into perceiving as “buy” signals, are actually “sell” signals. This is why, if you are a novice, you will have an endless list of vivid experiences where you have seen the price of a coin plummet almost immediately after you bought in – this is because you have been fooled!

This whole time, you have been buying into sellers markets… and selling into buyers markets. This is why you have been losing consistently.

You have been given the map that reveals where a 20 tonne pot of gold is buried, but the illustrator of the map drew it upside down – so instead of heading north, you head south… Instead of the east, you head towards the west… in fact, each step you take, in accordance with this map, takes you further and further away from the pot of gold.

This is the mass deception that plagues each and every financial market in the world, not just crypto.

I am not complaining, I know that knowledge or "education" puts you ahead and I know that education only pays off when everyone else in uneducated

Was only mentioning it as a fact thats all Smiley


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March 17, 2015, 06:53:28 PM
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People always wonder why they lose consistently in the markets... they wonder why, despite whichever course of action they take, all that seems to happen is for their entire trading fund to be consumed.

You have to understand that although the great majority of participants in the crypto markets are ‘hobbyists,’ in the background, there exists a small segment of professionals who deal in altcoins on a constant basis.

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Whilst hobbyist traders may trade, at maximum, a few days out of the month... professionals are constantly playing the game. Professionals are constantly improving. Professionals are constantly boosting their skills. Professionals are constantly buying and selling.

With every passing month, professional altcoin traders gain more ground – therefore they are able to effect change across the entire market, with very little effort.

It’s simple logistics. Hobbyist traders trade for leisure, professional altcoin traders play the markets for profit... and if you haven’t realised it yet, the professional altcoin trader derives 100% of his profits directly out pockets of hobbyists and amateurs.

I have made it a point to speak with novice traders, just to get a feel for the way they think and to understand how they apply their thoughts to the market, and what I have found is quite interesting.

I have found that novices and hobbyist traders make up 100% of market fatalities simply because these types of traders fail to define what their role is in the crypto market, and so their roles are defined for them by the professionals.

Personally I understand that my success in this market depends on the oldest commercial technique in the world, simply: I buy at wholesale and then sell at retail.

Clearly I don’t deal in tangibles. My inventory occupies no space in some display shelf, it is rarely if ever seen by the consumer, and it has no inherent usefulness.

Simply, I am a buyer and seller of digital currencies. My objective is to buy at distress prices before a change in perspective creates a more aggressive demand for my merchandise.

In order to buy coins cheaply, I must be willing to bid for them when the competition is feeble – which makes exchanges like Bittrex the equivalent of an auction house.  Therefore, when a coin is in strong demand, the bidding is competitive and prices can move up with startling volatility.

When a particular coin gains popularity, those of us who bought early and cheaply, and then waited patiently, can sell at considerably higher “retail” prices.

That is how I describe my own role in the altcoin market.

As I mentioned previously, novice traders make up 100% of market fatalities because they fail to define what their role is in this market, and so their roles are defined for them by the professionals.

Simply put, in the altcoin market, novice traders are the cash cows.

The market has been laced with so many pitfalls and traps, and novice traders are guaranteed to slip and fall into each and every one of them.

You see, hobbyists and novices are all playing this market with the same strategy – little do they know, that strategy was designed to FORCE them into buying when they should actually be selling or staying out – to FORCE them into selling when they should be holding or buying.

Being skilled simply means that not only do you understand this deception that is being carried out on novices, but that you use it to your advantage

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Even when he is executing buys in some coin because it has gained 200% in one day and has a 150BTC 24hr trading volume, a novice trader will swear that all he does is “the opposite of everyone else.”

Guys, not only is there a ‘cause’ for price movement there is a ‘recipe’ for price movement, and each month there is a small group that cooks up mind boggling profits again and again...

There is an abundance of profit to be had in the altcoin market – in fact, the potential is unlimited. There is so much money flowing into this market that all you have to do is redirect some of it into your own court.

If you wish grab your own share in this profit, then you have to smarten up and understand that, strategy is the most important element.

Those who trade without a strategy are setting themselves up for failure

SIDENOTE: You have to wait for optimal trading opportunities and resist the natural urge to trade more frequently. You must be willing to do nothing, absolutely nothing, until there is something to do. Personally, I just wait until there is money lying in the corner and all I have to do is to go over there and pick it up. In other words, until a trade is so obvious that it’s like picking money up off the floor – do nothing! Waiting for these ideal opportunities requires the patience to allow alot of non-optimal trades to pass by without participation. The message is: by avoiding non optimal trades, you will be able to increase your cumulative return tremendously – thus patience makes all the difference between a skilled and unskilled trader.

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

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

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