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October 08, 2014, 03:28:03 PM
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PUMPERS PICKS: Private Membsership
Week Beginning: 10/06
Week Ending: 10/12

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 is the time to adjust your approach.

Registration for Pumpers Picks is now CLOSED

Registration re-opens Saturday 10/11. Our members netted a 4,760% gain in September, and as of now are up 1,212% one week into October.

We are currently moving on this weeks coins!

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Wow, really? You sold on the dime? You sold at 99.99% of the daily high? You so lucky...
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October 09, 2014, 02:55:43 PM
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08 Oct - 09 Oct
Total return: 162%
Coins: XCASH, UTIL

If you don’t mind being wrong on the way to being right, you will learn a lot. When I first started in crypto, I developed a discipline that whenever I put on a trade, I would write down the reasons on a pad. When I liquidated the trade, I would look at what actually happened and compare it with my reasoning and expectations when I put on the trade. Each mistake, if recognized and acted upon, provides an opportunity for improving a trading approach. Most people would benefit by writing down each mistake, the implied lesson and the intended change in the trading process. Trading mistakes cannot be avoided, but repeating the same ones can be, and doing so is often the difference between success and failure.

XCASH


A lot of sideways price action throughout the weekend. A key characteristic was, every time the price dipped – the market was always brought back into equilibria by traders filling offers on the sell side – an indication of positive market sentiment.

I tend to monitor market movement prior to placing a trade. I want to know if there is momentum in the market, and what direction momentum is tilted. So I use Cryptrader to put on price alerts for upward action and some alerts for downward movement. This way I am able to keep ontop of new lows and highs.

In this particular instance, my dump alerts began to sound off as XCASH dipped into a lower price range than it had been in for nearly a week. This is significant for two reasons. 1. The next trading session would dictate the direction of the market – as this was a new low for the week. 2. If the price jumped – a rally would ensue, if the price continued to decline, this would indicate bearish sentiment and I would therefore have to move onto another coin.

Good volume began to enter the market via the sell side as a string of small orders were scooped up. This action suddenly halted, leaving a small sell wall at the top of the orderbook.... “Looking beyond the wall”, I saw that there wasn’t any upward resistance at all – just some insignificant sell orders sprinkled throughout the orderbook. Having bought the wall, my position was now active. (Always place your sell orders as soon your position is active – you want to add an element of automation to all of your trades)

This wasn’t the most straight forward trade.. but it illustrates the philosophy of holding a position and not cashing in profit prematurely. Volume was slowly dissipating, and there was some buy support that would have enabled me to dump out with a profit. This would have been the comfortable thing to do. But, in trading, what feels good is often the wrong thing to do. Sell resistance was still at the most minimal level – I knew that only the slightest jolt of volume would propel the market into a rally so I positioned my price alerts and stayed put.

Tip: I could have cashed in a small gain when momentum waned and trade volume plunged to nonsensical levels, but instead I choose to let the trade ride because the technical factors that brought me into the trade were still present. If you are under the false impression that taking only the smallest profits can save you from going broke, then you are sorely mistaken, because that is precisely how most traders end up getting cleaned out. You have to shift your mindset towards maximising the gain itself rather than the chance of gain. If the market is still in great condition, you need to resist the urge to liquidate profits prematurely. This will aid long-term profitability.

UTIL


If you have read some of my previous posts then, by now, you should be aware of how important it is to keep some lowball orders 30% – 50% below the going rate of high volume markets.. because when these markets dip – the correction alone invariably provides gains that far outstretch the gains produced by the initial rally. These types of manoeuvres are the closest that you will get to executing a risk free trade in Crypto. (Unless you’re a pre-mine specialist – if otherwise, then you need to be taking advantage of dips and corrections in high volume markets)

After spending a few days in consolidation, UTIL slumped into a down-trend at the top of the week – with high volume. I noticed that every dump session was bringing multiple bitcoins into the market. I mean, the market took three hours to descend from 12K to 9K, then to 7.6K – but then only an hour to shoot back upto 12K producing a 59% gain.. so there was obviously considerable strength in this market.

Having observed this price action without getting involved due to late arrival, I put in some orders 40% – 50% below the market in anticipation of another dip – I was confident that the market would dip again due to the fact that the overall trend was downwards, and there was still some good volume bouncing back and forth.

As soon as one of my orders filled, I placed my sell orders with urgency because you can never foretell if the correction will be long and drawn out or swift and sudden. (When low balling a market, always put prices alerts in to notify you if the market is approaching your orders)

Tip: This method alone is clear evidence of non-random price movement. I challenge you to observe every high volume market. Pay close attention to the major dips – you will see that prices in these types of environment will always spring upwards after a decline. This is just one out of a few non random price patterns in crypto.

Note: BTC is a buy right now. Pay attention to the price and execute your buys at the low points. Oct - Dec will be very interesting.

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October 10, 2014, 11:28:22 AM
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Again Neos pump?

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October 10, 2014, 11:36:20 AM
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Hello Mr Pumper, how to join your private club?
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October 10, 2014, 12:27:47 PM
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Hello Mr Pumper, how to join your private club?
Registration for Pumpers Picks is now CLOSED

Registration re-opens Saturday 10/11.

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October 11, 2014, 12:10:27 PM
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PUMPERS PICKS: Weekly Round-up
Week Beginning: 10/06
Week Ending: 10/12





The following are the gains netted from this weeks Private Picks. The largest returns came from MID, SEED, GHOST, QTL and APEX.

SEED bounced up and down over several days, producing the opportunity to get in and out with gains far surpassing 50% each time. QTL broke out into an uptrend and still has 25BTC of support and minimal sell resistance - worth a look Wink

Members netted gains totaling 1,334% this week. Next weeks coins are already primed for accumulation!

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COIN OF THE WEEK

StartCOIN

For the second week in a row, StartCOIN is the Pumpers Picks Coin of The Week. This is due to the consistency that has been a recurring theme in the early stages of this coins lifespan. Again, I was able to dip in and out this week with more than adequate gains each time. With 18BTC of buy support and only 3BTC on the sell side, StartCOIN may be due for take off over the next few days.


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October 11, 2014, 12:20:59 PM
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PUMPERS PICKS: Private Membsership
Week Beginning: 10/13
Week Ending: 10/19

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 Pumpers Picks is now OPEN

Registration closes Tuesday 10/14 at 6pm EDT. Our members netted a 4,760% gain last month, and are up 2,546% this month.

Next weeks coins are already primed for accumulation!


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

Happy Trading!

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October 11, 2014, 01:13:35 PM
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MID is worthless, less than 0.5 BTC on the whole buy side and low volume. How is it a mover? COCO is about the same crap. SEED is better, but it didn't even move 10 BTC at the pump time. CKC isn't impressive either. Come on Ryan, these coins are junk. I guess you have earned more from your subscribers the last week than from those P&D. If you have 100 BTC in business, move to larger coins. For example, UNO was a good ride the whole week long. About +80%, but they got not bad volume.
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October 11, 2014, 01:59:00 PM
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MID is worthless, less than 0.5 BTC on the whole buy side and low volume. How is it a mover? COCO is about the same crap. SEED is better, but it didn't even move 10 BTC at the pump time. CKC isn't impressive either. Come on Ryan, these coins are junk. I guess you have earned more from your subscribers the last week than from those P&D. If you have 100 BTC in business, move to larger coins. For example, UNO was a good ride the whole week long. About +80%, but they got not bad volume.


It can be argued that every altcoin is "crap" - indeed they all are - even the one's that may not be "crap" don't have any application or value other than the fact that they can be traded against BTC - for more BTC.

80% from UNO is okay. But just okay when compared with the fact that five of our picks gained 100%+ each - and out of those five picks - three gained 200%+.

Our job isn't to find/invest in/hoard/bag-hold "the next big alt", It's simply to get in at X price, and exit at XXX price, thus this isn't a "pump and dump" group - we trade coins that move regardless of manipulation or market sentiment and have 2 months of consistent (and exorbitant) gains that illustrate our effectiveness in the market.


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October 11, 2014, 03:50:20 PM
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Hello sir, how much does it cost joining your club?
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October 11, 2014, 03:54:22 PM
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Ryan, I don't care much about those profits in percent. I count absolute profits. Even if you pump MID sky high with less than 1 BTC and make maybe 0.1 BTC in the process, it's a pocket change and a waste of time. If you pump UNO with 20 BTC and manage to make only half of those 80% in profits, i.e 8 BTC, that's a real thing.
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October 11, 2014, 04:17:58 PM
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Ryan, I don't care much about those profits in percent. I count absolute profits. Even if you pump MID sky high with less than 1 BTC and make maybe 0.1 BTC in the process, it's a pocket change and a waste of time. If you pump UNO with 20 BTC and manage to make only half of those 80% in profits, i.e 8 BTC, that's a real thing.

Sounds like a lot of work/risk for only 8BTC. With gains totaling 1,334% - provided my entry and exit criteria are followed strictly - a mere 0.5BTC returns 7BTC within days.

If you're weighing up risk / reward - I'd rather risk a very minimal amount and pull in gargantuan returns, instead of the other way round.

Hello sir, how much does it cost joining your club?

Hey,

Membership is at 0.5BTC per week.

Registration closes this Tuesday 10/14 @ 6pm EDT

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

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October 12, 2014, 03:23:37 PM
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can you follow back on twitter and reply my pm pls want to sign up quickly before monday tnx
and no trades today?

Apologies, many people to respond to.

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October 12, 2014, 03:27:41 PM
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11 Oct - 12 Oct
Total return: 134%
Coins: QTL, SLR

Most traders tend to view trades as a two-step process: a decision when (or where) to enter - and a decision when (or where) to exit. It may be better to view trading as a ‘dynamic’ process between entry and exit points – rather than a static one. Personally, I tend to take some money off the table when the market  is in my favour .  The basic idea is that the position size of a trade would be reduced on a profitable move upwards and then rebuilt on a subsequent correction – putting me in a stronger position over and over again. Any time I have pulled some money from the table, and the market retraced back to my original entry point  - I generate a profit that otherwise would not have been achieved.

QTL


This market has provided excessive opportunity for traders to dive in and then dip out with profit again, and again. It has been the ultimate scalpers market this week and has provided the rare opportunity for traders to “go long” for the week as it has been trending upwards since Monday. QTL was one of the Pumpers Picks Short-Term movers – sent out to members on Wednesday, allowing for entry at 6K.

This particular trade was born out of the fact that, as mentioned in one of my posts yesterday, there was still a distinct lack of sell resistance in the order book – (sign that a rally still has legs and the market will continue upwards).

Overall, this was a simple momentum play.... nothing too complicated – other than taking advantage of thin sell orders.

Before getting into a market I look to see that the market is in optimal condition to provide a favourable return. This is something I repeatedly stress to members – you have to “wait for movement” before you dive in. It is that simple. Once you have grasped that one ideology, you will be able to effectively take advantage of market momentum – letting the market carry all of your trades towards profit, instead of trying to trade against the market in an attempt to impose your own opinion on a trade – the market will always punish those that trade against the tide.

How would you go about monitoring and taking advantage of market momentum?

Create an account on Cryptrader and make use of the price alerts tool. With this QTL trade, I had price alerts placed to bring my attention to any significant upward or downward movement.

Once price action triggers my alerts, I want to see that 1. There are a string of past trades that have been executed by the minute, so I asses the trade history. 2. I want to see that there is more volume coming into the market than has been the norm for the last half hr. 3. I want to see that there is no sell resistance (sell walls) blocking my path to profit.

This is how you asses momentum. When all of these factors are aligned in your favour then that is when you should be looking to buy in via the sell side (place your sell orders as quickly as possible) – then it’s just a simple case of letting the Market momentum pull more traders in (who will also buy through orders on the sell side).. eventually your sell orders will be scooped up providing you with a healthy return.

Tip: Let the arrow shoot itself. Despite what people are lead to believe, trading isn’t about “hard-work”. In fact, you’ll find that the people that work the hardest are often the people that make the least money – if any at all. The hard work in trading comes in the preparation. How prepared are you? What is your understanding on the way the Crypto markets move? What is your edge? What do you know that 90% of other traders do not? These are all questions that you should have the answer to. The actual act of executing a trade should be the most effortless part of your strategy – if this isn’t the case then the reason that your losses are magnitudes larger than your gains should now be clear.

SLR


Looking at the long-term chart, you will see that SLR has been able to maintain volume over a sustained period of time, in fact SLR has risen nearly 1400% since July - in a very natural manner might I add.

Not only that, but you will also notice a boost in volume in mid September that the market has maintained for nearly an entire month now – sign of strength.

Just a quick glance at the sell orders will reveal how scarce sell resistance still is. Definitely one to keep an eye on.

SLR was another Pumpers Pick that was went out to members this week.

Throughout the week, the SLR market had been slowly descending – but bringing in a bunch of BTC into the market with each significant dip – which confirmed my interest in this market, as other traders were lining up to get in below the market – despite the threat of the formation of a down trend. – another indicator of strength.



My whole thing was to wait for the downward plunge to subside – I knew that the decent was going to stall out as buy support was building up and there were no sell walls to speak of. After seeing the dump volume spike, followed by more buy orders being placed at lower levels – it was clear that the market was going to dip a little lower before taking off. I placed my orders in the buy side to catch a favourable price that would allow me to maximise my gain and eventually I was dragged into having an active position.

As expected, the price began to spike upwards due to the lack of sell walls which reinforced my assumption that only the slightest flash of volume would cause the market to rally.

Momentum built and turned my position into a healthy 43% gain.

Tip: In these markets, you have to embrace the feeling of discomfort. The majority of traders often lean towards taking only the most obvious trades in an effort to make themselves feel more comfortable with their positions. This is what causes unskilled traders to buy into a market that is rallying (loads of green candlesticks, heaps of (often manipulated) buy support, excessively high volume) – this is the time that the professionals are selling. Learn to spot the difference between a buyers market and a sellers market – this shouldn’t be hard, because they are worlds apart.

Avoid the temptation of wanting to be completely right by shunning all or nothing decisions and instead scaling in and scaling out of positions.

Note: BTC is a buy right now. Pay attention to the price and execute your buys at the low points. Oct - Dec will be very interesting.

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

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October 12, 2014, 04:19:09 PM
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Can you do a public pump sometime?

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October 13, 2014, 11:53:03 AM
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Can you do a public pump sometime?

You can expect this some time in the future  Wink

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October 13, 2014, 12:06:52 PM
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12 Oct - 13 Oct
Total return: 142%
Coins: CANN, URO

Most novice traders believe that trading success is all about finding a great method for entering trades. This just isn’t the case. Risk control is more important to trading success than the trade selection methodology. You can do quite well with a mediocre  entry method and average risk control – but you are likely to eventually go broke with a superior entry method and poor risk control.  The sad reality is that the amount of attention that unskilled traders devote to risk control is very limited. I know where I’m getting out of a trade before I get in... why is this important? Because before you get into a trade is the last time you have complete objectivity – so this is when I decide where to place my stop loss controls and where I’m going to exit if the market is in my favour. Once you get into a trade, you lose objectivity, which makes it easier to procrastinate by rationalizing a losing position – or liquidating a winning position prematurely.

CANN


CANN has been in an uptrend since last Tuesday, with strong and consistent volume.

CANN has been a recurring Pumpers Pick since early September – since then CANN has gone up 323% over a sustained period of time.

Not only is this a signal of strength, but as there have been no significant dumping sprees – it shows that the market sentiment towards this coin is strongly positive. CANN is, by far, the leading “weed coin” with its market cap dwarfing competitors such as POT, CCN etc.

Where there is good volume and minimal sell resistance, a rally is never too far behind. I enjoy momentum plays, and this was another textbook manoeuvre.

I scaled into this play after catching the market as it dipped and plunged into a pool of liquidity bringing several BTC into the market. A nice wall appeared on the sell side allowing me to enter the market with size. (Don’t be intimidated by sell walls – you have to “look beyond the wall”.. What do the other sell orders look like? Are they insignificant in size? Can you literally see a 50% move right there in the order book? – then buy the wall. This is one edge I have that is essential to my overall strategy)

Tip: Scroll through the coins listed on Bittrex. You will find that many are in the early stages of an uptrend. Once you have your coins (hopefully all of them have good volume – 10btc +), assess the sell side. (The buy side isn’t important, means nothing – and is often manipulated) When assessing the sell side, you want to literally see a 50% - 100% move and a combined total of no more than 5 BTC in sell orders. If all of these ingredients are present (plus the other factors I regularly recommend paying attention to, momentum etc.) – then you will do well getting into those markets and holding until the rally begins to stall out.

URO


The URO market has been threatening to rally for days now – literally. Just look at this sustained accumulation



URO finally broke out on Friday, and has risen nearly 165% since then, which isn’t bad at all. Looking at the order book, sell resistance has began to build so I’d be very mindful of that before buying in.

I scaled into this particular trade using volume as my entry indicator. The trade volume was increasing at a rate that indicated that several traders were taking active positions in this market.

Plus I noticed the sell orders were very insignificant in size when compared with the amount of volume that was coming in – making this play a no brainer.

Tip: Trade based on what you see, not what you think. Trading shouldn’t involve any guess work whatsoever. Guesswork is more suited to activities such as gambling. But don’t get me wrong, trading, just like gambling, is also a game of probability. But, the one defining difference is that; if you assess the correct indicators – you can clearly see the outcome of a trade, before it is executed. You can see where a market is about to go, and what needs to happen before it gets there. Therefore the traders who are skilled and knowledgeable of these indicators have a clear advantage in the market. Those who are new to crypto, and even those who have been trading altcoins for quite some time – but don’t have any specific edge – will always make the wrong decisions in the market. In fact, unbeknownst to them, their every trading decision only serves to fatten the pockets of the traders who are one step ahead.

Avoid the temptation of wanting to be completely right by shunning all or nothing decisions and instead scaling in and scaling out of positions.

Note: BTC is a buy right now. Pay attention to the price and execute your buys at the low points. Oct - Dec will be very interesting.

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

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October 13, 2014, 02:07:58 PM
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Is spam / advertising junk stuff like this allowed in these forums? 

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October 13, 2014, 02:56:24 PM
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Hi Ryan

Very helpful thread, thanks very much.

I really appreciated all the tips you shared & am working my way up to affording your PP group but will wait till I have a couple of BTC to invest. 

In your very first post you attached a screenshot saying "This video shows how you should be executing your trends: "www.youtube..." & then it's cut off.

Any chance you could share the link in full please?  as keen to learn the techniques that have stood you in good stead.

Thanks again for all the free tips

John
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