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March 27, 2015, 07:09:43 PM
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Any pick?
I need to buy some alt... Wink
Where is the next pump guys?
Thanks!
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March 28, 2015, 06:37:27 PM
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Just sent a pm Smiley
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March 28, 2015, 11:06:47 PM
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SDC is a very interesting Coin. Not because of any cool feature or functionality, but because of how predictable it’s price patterns are. This is a Coin that has consistently held a steady level of volume since August. I’ve said it before, people don’t repeatedly throw money at something unless that thing is lining their pockets with cash.

Have a look at the ALL chart for SDC, you will see just how predictable it's price movement has been since August. You'll also realise that there are savvy traders who are constantly milking SDC for cash.

This price movement is so obvious that it confuses me to know that the entire market isn’t taking advantage of this.

Since August, SDC has dropped down into the 14k – 15K range Four times before shooting upwards into the 27K – 28K range – for a near 100% gain each time.

Why is this significant?

Well, just take a look at the volume every time SDC dips to into the 14K – 15K range, there is always around 30 – 60 BTC being brought into the market. Which suggest that there are hoards of traders who keep Buy orders at these levels at all times, knowing that if they get hit – all they have to do is place their sells for a 60% - 70% gain and then wait to be bought out.

This happens over and over again which is a testament to how strong the SDC market is.

Personally I feel that it is of utmost importance to take advantage of this kind of opportunity. You won’t get any closer than this to risk free trading.

All that is required is the ability to recognise recurring patterns, and the patience to see each move through to completion – without panicking or being swayed by market sentiment.

SDC is a solid Coin and one that can be played for continuous profit.

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You have to pay attention to price cycles because they really are everywhere
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March 29, 2015, 12:46:37 AM
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By aiming a tirade of negativity towards a particular coin, manipulators can elicit a widespread “dumping” spree – all for the sole purpose of creating an opportunity for them to be able to buy into the coin at a more advantageous price.

Also, by engineering a series of false buy signals, manipulators are well aware that 90% of the traders in this market are unsophisticated and therefore will perceive these false signals as genuine buying opportunities – when actually, by buying into a false signal, all you’re doing is putting your money directly into the pocket of someone who was ten steps ahead of you – and allowing them out of the coin with a substantial profit

thats how the game is controlled by the "higher ups" Wink everyday

its funny because it happens right in front of peoples faces too and they still cant see it
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March 29, 2015, 12:52:53 AM
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By aiming a tirade of negativity towards a particular coin, manipulators can elicit a widespread “dumping” spree – all for the sole purpose of creating an opportunity for them to be able to buy into the coin at a more advantageous price.

Also, by engineering a series of false buy signals, manipulators are well aware that 90% of the traders in this market are unsophisticated and therefore will perceive these false signals as genuine buying opportunities – when actually, by buying into a false signal, all you’re doing is putting your money directly into the pocket of someone who was ten steps ahead of you – and allowing them out of the coin with a substantial profit

thats how the game is controlled by the "higher ups" Wink everyday

its funny because it happens right in front of peoples faces too and they still cant see it


It's a double sided coin. There are people who are blind to the manipulation, because they can't even comprehend the mechanics that are used to pull the strings of buyers and sellers but funny enough these are the same people who buy coins at the wrong time, and let early comers out with enourmous profits

So yup, it is a problem that most people can't decipher the manipulation, but also a blessing to the people that can

buying a coin at the right time would never pay off if there wasn't someone who is prone to buying at the wrong time
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March 29, 2015, 12:58:22 AM
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It's a double sided coin. There are people who are blind to the manipulation, because they can't even comprehend the mechanics that are used to pull the strings of buyers and sellers but funny enough these are the same people who buy coins at the wrong time, and let early comers out with enourmous profits

So yup, it is a problem that most people can't decipher the manipulation, but also a blessing to the people that can

buying a coin at the right time would never pay off if there wasn't someone who is prone to buying at the wrong time


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here's how it goes, if someone gets a trade right, then they can only profit by someone buying at the wrong time
if you make a good trade, it isn't actually a good trade until someone makes a bad trade
I know im talking in riddles but what im trying to say is everyone isn't even supposed to understand manipulation
if they did, manipulation would be useless
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March 29, 2015, 01:00:38 AM
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Weekly Round-up
Week Beginning: 03/23
Week Ending: 03/29






The following are the gains netted from this weeks Private Picks. The largest returns came from XPY, SPR, RBY, CRAVE, XAI, XTC, START

Members netted gains totaling 1,007% this week. Next weeks coins are already primed for accumulation!

Happy trading!





COIN OF THE WEEK

ShadowCash

This week, every manipulator, trader and crypto coin hoarder had SDC locked in their sights... literally everyone in the market was loosening their purse strings in order to purchase their own portion of this SDC money pie. As a result of this widespread, market wide attention, SDC attracted 100 BTC+ in trading volume four consecutive days in a row (Tuesday – Friday) in fact, throughout this week – SDC has managed to attract the largest amount of volume that it has seen since its initial launch back in August 2014; a staggering 747 BTC. In addition to this, SDC shattered another one of its historical records... On Friday, SDC hit 60,000 Satoshi – a brand new all time high for the coin and a signal of positive market sentiment. In the crypto market, many coins come and go – but very few are able to captivate the attention of the entire market for 7 days in a row... So keep an eye on SDC, this is a coin that most certainly should never be ignored.


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

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PUMPERS PICKS: Private Membsership
Week Beginning: 03/30
Week Ending: 04/05

Do you keep buying into coins, only to see the value fall drastically within mere minutes? Are accumulated losses making you feel that you have wasted your time with Crypto? Are you tired of losing out to bots, and showing up late to whale-games only to be dumped on, shattering your capital in the process?

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.

Registration for PumpersPicks is now OPEN

Registration closes Tuesday 03/17 at 6pm EST. Our members netted a 3,004% gain in February, and are up 4,107% this month

We are already moving on next weeks coins!


Just send me a Private Message here or a Direct Message on Twitter to sign up.

Happy Trading!


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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

- BenedictLol

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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March 29, 2015, 01:01:36 AM
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26 Mar - 28 Mar
Total return: 143%
Coins: CRAVE

It is very important to distinguish between respect for the market and fear of the market. Being respectful of the market will assure that your losses are kept to an absolute minimum. Fear will keep you from making correct decisions. You won’t win, if you’re fearful of losing

CRAVE


A common error made by novice and amateur participants in the crypto currency market, is to assume that, somehow, the digital currency markets are “nothing like” the other long-time established financial markets of the world. This is an absurdity.

Equities, commodities, futures, foreign exchange, digital currencies. No matter which market it is, no matter what the asset is that is being traded – the one common denominator in each and every financial market is: prices move due to the thoughts and perceptions of a collection of human beings. Therefore, the one recurring (thus exploitable) element commonly found in every single financial market – is human psychology.

In addition to this, I consistently make reference to the fact that amateurs will only buy something when it is trading at an excessively marked-up price, breaking through price range after price range, when it is already displaying an above average trading volume, and when skilled traders have already profited.

If you were to break down the numbers of skilled players who bought into CRAVE at the right time, and compare it with the number of novices who bought at the wrong time – you’d find that the novices would excessively outnumber the amount of skilled players, every single time.

This is because human beings tend not to make conscious decisions.

We are constantly on autopilot.

Therefore the bulk of our decisions aren’t made consciously, they are formed subconsciously by all of the thoughts and opinions that we have gathered throughout our lives up until that point.

This is why, a novice trader will stumble upon an obvious trading opportunity – at the most optimal time – low price, low volume, low sell resistance etc. And will fail to make a decision based on rationality.

He will combine everything he knows (whether correct or incorrect) about the market, and his decision will form subconsciously.

Every loss in the market is caused by either a lack of skill and knowledge, or by an abundance of erroneous and incorrect knowledge.

The common (and incorrect) wisdom in crypto is “look for good buy support, high volume, high activity etc etc.” This is what would cause our novice trader in the above example to pass up on that optimal trade.

Then, a day will pass... Another day will go by, and that same coin will have climbed several hundred % and be sitting right there on the front page of Bittrex, displaying a 150% 24hr gain. 100btc 24hr volume. It will have heaps of buy support (other novices) near or at the current market price. And it is now, at this exact moment, that this novice trader will decide to buy – at the very top of the market.

There is nothing rational about this kind of behaviour.

Some will call it an “impulse trade.” That isn’t what it is.

This trade was born out the fact that human beings make the vast majority of their decisions on autopilot. Using all of the thoughts and opinions that have been gathered throughout their lives up until that point.

With that being said, I must repeat: Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.

Trading isn’t about using Bollinger bands and other idiotic tools that have never put money into your pocket. It is about understanding that the “common wisdom” in crypto, is your toolkit to exploit the majority of market participants – novice traders – for profit. It is that simple. Trading is a game of psychology – using your knowledge and skill, to get ahead of those who aren’t in the know.

Trading is as simple as buying something whilst it is properly priced (and still in demand) – knowing that novice traders and gamblers will always be there to put money into your pocket when that coin rises 100%+.

As a trader, you have to understand that behind every short-term price movement is a long term trend. Behind every long term trend is a gargantuan amount of profit.

Therefore, those who concentrate only on short-term price movements – will always make less money  (if any at all) than those who are authentically tuned into the long-term trend.

If you aren’t aware of the long-term trend, then you will never know when it is the right time to buy, to hold, or to sell. This would be the equivalent of attempting to drive a car that has four flat tires. You will go nowhere.

Daily Tip

Always keep in mind that there are hoards of deep pocketed traders who play these markets – but aren’t frequenters of the Bitcointalk forums. They make most of their trading decisions based on technical factors alone. So don’t get too engrossed and absorbed in the daily noise and chitter-chatter of the market. When the technicals of a coin are in perfect order – then it will attract volume regardless of what the general sentiment of the market is.

People tend to over complicate things, using overly excessive and, sadly, useless indicators and charts. Which only serve to the detriment of your overall performance.

That’s not to say that fundamentals such as news and updates aren’t relevant. I tend to pay some attention to fundamentals when trading, but not in the conventional way. I don’t try to gauge whether the fundamentals are bullish or bearish. Rather, I focus on the market’s response to fundamental news.

For example, if a market is shrugging off a barrage of bearish news, I would view that as an impending bull run.

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 29, 2015, 01:16:54 AM
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Hoping to jump on board early this week, i sent a message thanks
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Trading isn’t about using Bollinger bands and other idiotic tools that have never put money into your pocket. It is about understanding that the “common wisdom” in crypto, is your toolkit to exploit the majority of market participants – novice traders – for profit. It is that simple. Trading is a game of psychology – using your knowledge and skill, to get ahead of those who aren’t in the know.

Trading is as simple as buying something whilst it is properly priced (and still in demand) – knowing that novice traders and gamblers will always be there to put money into your pocket when that coin rises 100%+.

I have been saying this forever B-BANDS are for suckers Cheesy Grin
all of those types of indicators are there to distract, they make no sense what so ever
lol I really can't imagine sitting infront of my computer and waiting to see some awkward crossing of lines before I buy LOL
all of that hocus pocus stuff is for the birds, it's all about the trend baby
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is it me or hasn't NO ONE noticed when RP put's up his weekly charts of the coin he's used during the week they seem to show a dildo inside a vagina... also some wording that says

"worship ryan pumper i will sign up to make millions...sex sex fuck pussy i love sex...i need to join right now before it's too late..."

i had to move my laptop screen at a certain angle to notice it..
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March 29, 2015, 08:56:14 AM
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 Cheesy Cheesy Grin New all time high for SDC @ 43,500 SATOSHI, totally fucking CRUSHED it!! I put 8btc in @ 14K...do the math!!

03/27/2015 is now national SDC DAY for cryptonians

https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-SDC


SDC NEW ALL TIME HIGH 60000 SATOSHI  Wink Wink Cheesy Grin Grin Grin thats 328% gained since the pick was released last monday

lol this sdc pump has me laughing all the way to the bank like



Just cashed out all of my sdc into btc, now its time to get my hands on some dirty green fiat

Lol thats been my ENTIRE weekend

it even bumped up my localbitcoins.com stats to 25btc to 100btc trader Grin LOL

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March 29, 2015, 09:22:28 AM
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Always keep in mind that there are hoards of deep pocketed traders who play these markets – but aren’t frequenters of the Bitcointalk forums. They make most of their trading decisions based on technical factors alone. So don’t get too engrossed and absorbed in the daily noise and chitter-chatter of the market. When the technicals of a coin are in perfect order – then it will attract volume regardless of what the general sentiment of the market is.

Its only this week that i have truly realized this....its funny to see people respond automatically when people say that a coin is dead. You can see how instant the reaction is by how quickly the price falls, and it happens all the time

Then the "dead" coin does a 360 and starts pumping like crazy

How many people were saying SDC was dead before it went apeshit and reached a new all time high

Technical analysis is the lord of prediction if you're doing it properly Wink

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 Smiley Grin Grin Just got in for another run with the team
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Always keep in mind that there are hoards of deep pocketed traders who play these markets – but aren’t frequenters of the Bitcointalk forums. They make most of their trading decisions based on technical factors alone. So don’t get too engrossed and absorbed in the daily noise and chitter-chatter of the market. When the technicals of a coin are in perfect order – then it will attract volume regardless of what the general sentiment of the market is.

Its only this week that i have truly realized this....its funny to see people respond automatically when people say that a coin is dead. You can see how instant the reaction is by how quickly the price falls, and it happens all the time

Then the "dead" coin does a 360 and starts pumping like crazy

How many people were saying SDC was dead before it went apeshit and reached a new all time high

Technical analysis is the lord of prediction if you're doing it properly Wink


Heres a ryanism for ya, talk is cheap until it translates into dollars. Sometimes a group of people will get together with the aim to buy a certain coin, but only at the cheapest price possible, so they will do any and everything within their power to force people who are holding the coin to sell, and to force outsiders who were thinking of buying to stay out whilst this manipulation is taking place. Its like you said, people were saying sdc was dead before it started to pump for two weeks straight

Too many people have thier wires crossed in crypto and so they are eaisly herded around like sheep by hype, fear and hysteria. Use this to your advantage bro, its human nature after all
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March 29, 2015, 09:50:11 AM
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 Cheesy Cheesy Grin New all time high for SDC @ 43,500 SATOSHI, totally fucking CRUSHED it!! I put 8btc in @ 14K...do the math!!

03/27/2015 is now national SDC DAY for cryptonians

https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-SDC


SDC NEW ALL TIME HIGH 60000 SATOSHI  Wink Wink Cheesy Grin Grin Grin thats 328% gained since the pick was released last monday

lol this sdc pump has me laughing all the way to the bank like



Just cashed out all of my sdc into btc, now its time to get my hands on some dirty green fiat

Lol thats been my ENTIRE weekend

it even bumped up my localbitcoins.com stats to 25btc to 100btc trader Grin LOL

 Grin this week pushed me into pro trader status on LBC, i guess im officially one of the big boys now
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March 29, 2015, 12:37:32 PM
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Always keep in mind that there are hoards of deep pocketed traders who play these markets – but aren’t frequenters of the Bitcointalk forums. They make most of their trading decisions based on technical factors alone. So don’t get too engrossed and absorbed in the daily noise and chitter-chatter of the market. When the technicals of a coin are in perfect order – then it will attract volume regardless of what the general sentiment of the market is.

Its only this week that i have truly realized this....its funny to see people respond automatically when people say that a coin is dead. You can see how instant the reaction is by how quickly the price falls, and it happens all the time

Then the "dead" coin does a 360 and starts pumping like crazy

How many people were saying SDC was dead before it went apeshit and reached a new all time high

Technical analysis is the lord of prediction if you're doing it properly Wink


Indeed... Behind a facade of pompous jargon and noble affectations, there is the exact same amount larceny taking place in the crypto currency markets as there is in any other financial arena.

You have to think of the type of people that this market attracts.

On one side you have professionals who have been operating in a wide variety of financial markets for years; penny stocks, forex, equities, commodities and etc. These guys have already fought, won and/or lost several battles in the other markets that i mentioned, and so they come into crypto with experience and know how.

One the other side, you have people who have entered this shadowy realm of finance for the same reasons a woman becomes a prostitute: to avoid the menace of hard work. Simply, they look at trading as a practical means of making money for those with no special talent for anything else. They think trading is an activity that requires little in the way of intellect

So it's simple to see why this market is loved by a few people, and hated by many.

The professionals are exploiting the no-hopers who sincerely believe that this is a legitimate auction market.

This isn't the case.

In this market, anyone is free to create their own auction house - therefore anyone is free to create and to play by their own rules.

The orderbook is a rigging device... The chart is a rigging device... the various information sources are used as rigging devices - and the profiteers are the ones that understand that these devices are used to initiate rallies (pumps) therefore they don't waste their time trying to keep up with the latest gossip, they simply follow and track manipulation and position themselves to profit because of it.

You see pumps aren't a natural phenomena, they are 'created,' and they can only be created in climates that are conducive to allowing volume to flow into a coin and send it's price into a new stratosphere - the devices that i mentioned above will always reveal when a coin is ripe for the pump.

Simply put... Trading is just like a dance, and just like with any other dance, there is someone who initiates the dance, another person that leads the dance, and another that follows.

I mentioned in another post that your natural instincts are used against you on a daily basis in this market... If you see a coin pumping into extreme high, what are the feelings that you're overcome with? If you're already in the coin, you'll feel excited and you'll also have a hint of disbelief that, finally, you bought at the right time... correct? Well it is this natural instinct that would cause you to hold the coin longer than you should, until it starts to decline in value. What about if you weren't already in the coin? ... You'll obviously feel cheated by the fact that you saw the coin a day before trading at a low price, but you skipped on the opportunity.. But then you'd look at the trading history and see a string of green market buys before convincing yourself that the pump still has miles left to go.. so, you buy in.. just before the coin starts to plummet in value. This is another example of how natural instincts will mislead and misguide you in trading

You have to understand that everything that you see happen in the market is intentional, therefore this is not a game of "good instincts".. it's a game of knowledge... Simply put, 'knowing' that a pump is going to occur is much more rewarding than 'thinking' or 'feeling' that the price of a coin is going to jump

It all comes back to perspective... those that understand the true rules of the game will always out perform those that approach trading with a gamblers mindset

People who approach trading with this gamblers mindset are often the ones who are swayed by the most unadvanced forms of market manipulation

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March 29, 2015, 12:57:38 PM
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In this market, anyone is free to create their own auction house - therefore anyone is free to create and to play by their own rules.

The orderbook is a rigging device... The chart is a rigging device... the various information sources are used as rigging devices - and the profiteers are the ones that understand that these devices are used to initiate rallies (pumps) therefore they don't waste their time trying to keep up with the latest gossip, they simply follow and track manipulation and position themselves to profit because of it.

You see pumps aren't a natural phenomena, they are 'created,' and they can only be created in climates that are conducive to allowing volume to flow into a coin and send it's price into a new stratosphere - the devices that i mentioned above will always reveal when a coin is ripe for the pump.

Simply put... Trading is just like a dance, and just like with any other dance, there is someone who initiates the dance, another person that leads the dance, and another that follows.

FUCK YEAH!! why wait for something to happen when you can create it yourself instantly?

its like if you had an annoying fly in your house, you can chase it around all fucking day and, hell, even if you wind up killing the damn thing you'd have wasted so much darn energy in the process
So instead of chasing the damn fly, you put up a fly zapper to make the fly come to you Wink it will be killed in 25 seconds flat and you wont have even broken a sweat
thats called efficiency!
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March 29, 2015, 10:13:28 PM
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crave & start are making me piles of coin right now Cheesy Grin Grin

absolutely loving it

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