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December 13, 2014, 10:24:37 PM
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That was BEFORE he stole money from me!  

Prove this or we will have to assume your nothing more than a ryan loving troll Embarrassed Kiss

How do I prove it?  You want a transaction ID where I sent the .5 btc

And then continued to not make any profits from his so called great picks?

There is no real way to prove it.



lol TROLL

transaction ID's don't disappear so show us the proof screenshots and all or fuck off Mr.Mcgrumpington

if you can't do that then I'd have to assume you're nothing more than an obsessed liar


I didn't say I don't have the transaction ID..  I just don't see what it proves..  I could have been anyone who sent the .5 btc

And what exactly are the screenshots supposed to show .. when I bought and sold.. and he dumped to cause me to lose?
I'm not going to do all that.. other people have already.

I'm not going to cater to you Mr. Asshat super TROLL

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December 13, 2014, 10:27:34 PM
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I didn't say I don't have the transaction ID..  I just don't see what it proves..  I could have been anyone who sent the .5 btc

And what exactly are the screenshots supposed to show .. when I bought and sold.. and he dumped to cause me to lose?
I'm not going to do all that.. other people have already.

I'm not going to cater to you Mr. Asshat super TROLL



Ahh fuck off you troll you don't have a leg to stand on.

You claim someone stole from you, but you have no proof of payment, transaction or communication? Sounds like B-B-BULLSHIT!

Mr. Trollish Mcgrumpington is nothing but a coke snorting liar
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December 13, 2014, 10:34:49 PM
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I didn't say I don't have the transaction ID..  I just don't see what it proves..  I could have been anyone who sent the .5 btc

And what exactly are the screenshots supposed to show .. when I bought and sold.. and he dumped to cause me to lose?
I'm not going to do all that.. other people have already.

I'm not going to cater to you Mr. Asshat super TROLL



Ahh fuck off you troll you don't have a leg to stand on.

You claim someone stole from you, but you have no proof of payment, transaction or communication? Sounds like B-B-BULLSHIT!

Mr. Trollish Mcgrumpington is nothing but a coke snorting liar


Fuck off to you to troll

For some reason you just can't handle truth,  so you have to resort to childish insults.

I don't have to prove SHIT to you..  go back and buttfuck with Ryan's anus or whatever you do.

Mr. Childish Ryanhumping whore has his nose so far up his ass, he wants to keep eating his SHIT



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December 13, 2014, 10:53:53 PM
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you can tell a move is about to happen when resistance is low and there is accumulation



I can point out tons of coins where resistance is low and there is this supposed accumulation, and they do nothing but sit there with no movement.

They only way people "know of a move" is because they pre-pump!!

AGAIN NOTHING BUT BULLSHIT !

But I'm done arguing with your stupid ass. 

Goodbye you ass scamming troll !! 

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December 14, 2014, 01:01:14 AM
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Mr. Trollish Mcgrumpington is nothing but a coke snorting liar
Mr. Childish Ryanhumping whore has his nose so far up his ass, he wants to keep eating his SHIT
Easy guys, you're making it too obvious...
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December 14, 2014, 12:04:02 PM
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Hello answer to my PM please
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Sent a PM, I am hoping for a answer Smiley


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December 15, 2014, 09:40:17 PM
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12 Dec - 14 Dec
Total return: 358%
Coins: OPAL, ULTC

What exactly is your trading methodology? If you can’t answer that question, you are not ready to be risking money in the markets. However, if you do have an adequate answer to that question, then the next question is, “Does your trading method provide an edge?” If you are unsure about the answer, again, you are not ready to be risking money in the markets. Successful traders are confident that their methodology provides an edge. You see, I could openly discuss my edge freely without even the slightest fear that it will become over-saturated or obsolete. This is simply because the majority of participants in this market don’t have the emotional fortitude to see winning positions through to the finish. The majority of crypto traders aren’t patient enough to reap the excessive amounts of cash that crypto has to offer. Patience is not only essential in getting into a trade, but also critical in getting out of a trade. Personally, it is never the ‘chasing’ or ‘forcing’ of a trade that makes the big money for me. It is always patience that pays. Regardless of insignificant, but adverse, price fluctuations – the ability to maintain patience always pays off in spades.  You have to wait for exactly the right moment. For example, although the Cheetah is the fastest animal in the world and can catch any animal on the plains, it will wait until it is absolutely sure it can catch its prey. It may hide in the bush for a week, waiting for just the right moment. Only then, when there is no chance it can lose its prey, does it attack. That, to me, is the epitome of successful trading.

OPAL


Becoming adequately positioned in a coin during the earliest stages of a price move is essential.

Doing this allows you to reap the benefits for weeks, until novice traders realise they are immersed in a tug-of-war and their opponent is an 84 tonne military tank that has it’s parking brake firmly engaged.

You see, no matter what coin it is that you decide to trade, it will always be a game of minority V majority. And since it is the minority who places 99% of the sell side orders during a rally – it is this group that will always be the most powerful.

This will never change guys. It’s how the market works.

However, there are no barriers in place to obstruct any trader from amassing a sizable position in a coin during the accumulation stages. None at all. Thus, everyone is on a level playing field when it comes to buying at the right time. It’s just that unskilled traders tend not to make correct choices in the market, thus they make it oh so simple for the skilled participant to win again, again and again.

A skilled trader looks at the market from a vantage point that enables him to pick off his targets one after the other. He is not prone to taking dubious trades born out of impatience.

To win (and win big) you have to wait patiently, doing nothing until there is a sufficiently compelling trade opportunity. If conditions are not right, or the return/risk trade-off is not favourable, don’t do anything. It’s really that simple.
 

Tip: Patience is a critical quality for a trader – both in getting into and out of trades. This means not chasing every move because you are scared of missing something. (If you find yourself ‘chasing’ a move, you have already missed the boat). Being patient also means not trading out of boredom or for the excitement. One needs to be able to sit back and do nothing while waiting for the right opportunities, even if it means not making a trade all day. Very few people can do this because they are “traders,” not “watchers.” They feel that if they don’t trade, they are not living up to their title. It’s hard for these people to sit around waiting for an opportunity without feeling compelled to do something, so they jump into anything just to trade. Traders who adopt this approach do worse than they should because, by jumping into anything that moves, all they are doing is buying into coins with marked up prices (during distribution) and providing skilled traders gargantuan profits in the process.


ULTC


I like ULTC a lot. In saying that, I’m not making reference to some “cool feature” that ULTC has,  if any,  I’m referring to what I have seen in the charts - which is what ultimately brought me into this trade.

Now, before I get into any trade, I always look to assess the ‘Long-term Viability’ of a coin. This means, I want to see that a coin isn’t going to “die” or have a dramatic decline in price after I commit to building a position.

There are several ways to do this, which I have outlined in a previous post: The Ultimate Buying Strategy

ULTC launched with a bang back in August. Since then it has had two major bull runs.

The first was interesting.

Starting on August 31st, the price lifted from a low of 720 Satoshi, to 33995 Satoshi on the 10th of September – a 4,621% increase in value. However, the trading volume was quite insignificant.  The distribution phase of this rally only managed to stir up a rather petty 1.15 BTC in trading volume on the way up, and 0.94 BTC on the way down. So it’s fair to say that there wasn't much money made during this first move.

Now, onto the second major price advancement.

After pocket change was traded back and forth during the move described above, the price dipped from a high of 33995 Satoshi before crash landing at 2700 Satoshi by the 27th of September – a 92% decline in value.

From this point, vultures began to hover above ULTC due to the extremely low sell resistance and the process of accumulation began to unfold.

Accumulation unfolded over a one month period. Literally from 20th September to 20th October, traders were methodically pushing large sums of BTC into this market. There were huge upticks in the price – which could be mistaken for rallies, but were only a result of low resistance and large sums of BTC being injected into ULTC via the sell side.

The total accumulation volume between Sep 20 – Oct 20: 33.38 BTC
The accumulation price range between Sep 20 – Oct 20: 2700 Satoshi – 56744 Satoshi

Now you may be wondering, how can accumulation take place between such a wide range of prices?

Simple. After a major rally the price of a coin will decline 80 – 90 % before another price cycle begins. If this decline doesn’t occur then that is a clear indicator that a larger move is in the works.

(During the accumulation phase – Sep 20 to Oct 20 – there were two major spikes in price due to extraordinarily low sell resistance. The first spike was followed by a -65% price decline, and the second a -55% decline)

Following this period of accumulation the second rally broke out.

The price reached a high of 276001 Satoshi on Oct 23rd. The overall move attracted a total trading volume of 309 BTC on the way up, and 426 BTC on the way down. A huge contrast to the laughable volume seen during the first rally.

This brings me to my decision to enter into ULTC.

You see, after this major price move. The price dropped from 276001 Satoshi, and settled at 1468 Satoshi on Nov 26th. That is a -99% decline in value – thus, the beginning of a new price cycle.

Since then, the price has risen to 47993 Satoshi, before retracing back to 17000 Satoshi.

Due to the historical data, and the fact that sell resistance is still very low – it is quite clear that something larger is in the works here. So I’d keep an eye on ULTC if I were you.  
 

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

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

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

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December 16, 2014, 02:18:32 PM
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Nice Ryan, always appreciate your advice.

Let me ask you something, I only have 1btc to trade with. Is this enough?

Can I trade using a scale up method with a stop loss to build my capital?

I want to trade 1btc up to 10 btc by February, is this insane or its possible?
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December 16, 2014, 05:05:41 PM
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Nice Ryan, always appreciate your advice.

Let me ask you something, I only have 1btc to trade with. Is this enough?

Can I trade using a scale up method with a stop loss to build my capital?

I want to trade 1btc up to 10 btc by February, is this insane or its possible?

There are dozens of people who play these markets and look to do just that. Not many of them are successful though.

That isn't me saying that it's impossible to trade 1 BTC to 10 BTC, I'm saying that many people who look to do this often have the most ridiculous approach.

People are generally scared of the market. And I always say, it's a good thing to 'respect' the market, but a terrible thing to be afraid of it.

These are the people who will take 1 BTC and because they are 'fearful' they break this 1 BTC up into several little pieces - and then they spread those ridiculously small amounts across several different coins. This is the most ridiculous strategy.

I mean, 1 BTC isn't a lot.... But, if you were to pull a 200% gain on 1 BTC, then all of a sudden you have 3 BTC to work with. Pull a 200% return on that, now you're dealing with 9 BTC.

This magical process is called 'compounding' - not only putting your original capital to work, but also your profits to accelerate the process of increasing your BTC holdings.

But, people who are fearful wouldn't ever dream of doing something so simple.

They will take 1 BTC and scrape off the smallest slither.. Let's say 0.08 BTC, and that's what they will use to trade.

a 200% gain on 0.08 BTC is only a piss poor 0.24 BTC. In fact, you would have to trade 0.08 BTC (and get a 200% gain) 13 times just to make 3 BTC. When you could have kept your original capital in tact, and made 3 BTC from just one trade.

This is efficiency.

Another thing these comfort seekers do is they "spread their capital" across dozens of coins. They take 1 BTC and totally diminish their earning potential by breaking that 1 BTC down into ten lots of 0.1 BTC buy orders - which they spread across 10 different coins. This is the fastest way to the poor house. It is the most illogical strategy, yet so many people do this on a daily basis.

So, to answer your question. Don't look at having "only" 1 BTC as some sort of disadvantage because that 1 BTC has massive earning power in the market - if you know what you're doing.

If you only have 1 BTC to trade with then you only have one course of action.

You should focus on accumulating 1 BTC worth of 'one' quality Coin that is trading below value, and then sit and wait until the price advancement of that coin gives you a profit. You cash out 50% of your position at the 40 - 50% profit mark. And, as the price continues to advance, you liquidate your remaining position incrementally on the way up - whilst monitoring sell side resistance to asses weakness / strength in the uptrend.

Doing this will net you a much larger return from just one trade, than you will ever get from 24 trades of 0.07 BTC  

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December 17, 2014, 11:05:40 AM
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this is exactly what i have been doing, it makes sense now when you put it like that. i thought by taking smaller positions my risk would also be small? i guess not

i sent you a message not too long ago btw about joining your group? im looking forward to hearing something back

thanks alot
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December 17, 2014, 11:30:46 AM
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Wtf
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December 17, 2014, 03:00:08 PM
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sent you a message not too long ago btw about joining your group? im looking forward to hearing something back

thanks alot

Sorry, you're a little late there bro. Registration is closed for the week.

Cheers


PUMPERS PICKS: Private Membsership
Week Beginning: 12/15
Week Ending: 12/21

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 CLOSED

Registration re-opens Saturday 11/29.
Members netted a 5,582% gain in October, 4,569 in November and are currently up 1,594% this month

We are currently moving on this weeks coins!

Happy Trading!

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Hey Ryan,
Fellow trader here. I use similar strategies as you, it is all a common sense game. One of the biggest tips to newbie investors is to not over-hold! If you can make a quick 20%, do not be afraid to sell, because if you try to hold until that 40% the chances are you will lose.

Also, check into Intellicoin Wink Seems to have real potential

Dr. Coin

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

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.

Still dabblin' in sats tho...

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
what about next coin ? what do you think about ioc / xbot / shade ?

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.
Most of the activity happens between 8 & 10am my time and I'm usually in bed till gone 12, need to change that if I want to get in at the start of a rally.

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

Thanks. Smiley

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

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

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

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

looking forward to the rest of the week


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

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

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

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


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


Finally hit the motherlode Cheesy

MEGA KUDOS to you Ryan

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


Ryan Pumper,

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

dijclarwin

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

great picks!!

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

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

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

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

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

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

Hi.

First of all, thanks for the info you are sharing. Please keep posting the older info, I like this thread, I use it to learn, not to trade YET.

Second: for the giveaway, the only requirement is retweet? More retweets increase the chance? Or..?

Thanks.

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

I have a question, at which point you consider that a sell resistance is low ? For example, I saw these energycoins which needed 2.6 btc to double its value, is it a low sell resistance ?

that would be cool to see a couple recommendations from you since you do seem to know what you're doing.

I enjoy the information/advice you do provide!


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December 17, 2014, 10:52:48 PM
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07 Dec - 17 Dec
Total return: 102%
Coins: SDC, QSLV

When trading is going well it will seem effortless. If trading isn’t going well, you can’t force it right by working harder. If you are in a particularly bad trading period, when nearly every decision you make seems to be wrong, trying harder won’t help. It will only make matters worse. You can work harder in doing more research. You can work harder in trying to figure out what’s going wrong. But you can’t work harder at trading. If you are out of sync with the markets, trying harder will often make the situation even worse. The hard work in trading comes in the preparation. The actual process of trading, however, should be effortless. You have to let the arrow shoot itself. In trading, whenever there is effort, force, straining, struggling, or trying, it’s wrong. The perfect trade is one that requires no effort.

SDC


Most Coins behave uniquely when compared with others. This is due to the psychology of the people who are trading them. Different Coins have different batches of traders behind them, and so they behave differently. One Coin may have a habit of trending, while another will have a habit of staying range bound.

Once you begin to authentically tune into tracking price movement, you’ll notice that coins repeat similar patterns over and over again and have set things that they do in both the short and long term time frames. Once you begin to take advantage of this, your odds of making money will skyrocket. In fact, for traders, this is one of the most potent means of pulling consistent returns.

Now here’s the thing about SDC. From Sep 14, to Nov 13, SDC was probably the most predictable coin in the entire Crypto market. Not only was it predictable, but the turnaround time between opening and closing a trade - with profit - was quite swift. And, to add to that, if you look at the chart you will see that trading volume was maintained at a very high level during this period.

On Sep 14 SDC moved from 16452 and hit 27400 by Sep 23 – a 66% gain.

The price then began to fall into decline from 27400, making a smooth landing at 13972 on Oct 19. That’s a -49% decline in value.

From this point, the price then rocketed to 36500 on Nov 18, providing a 161% profit to those who were prudently milking this coin for endless piles of BTC.

It doesn’t end there though. You see, after hitting 36500... SDC shed -52% of value after a period of decline which came to an end when the price crash landed at 17172 on Dec 3

What happened next?

You guessed it...

SDC sprang back into action, as it has done so many times before.. a slow crawl upwards turned into a stampede as price range after price range was breached, one after the other.

After hitting a low of 17172 on Dec 3, SDC hit 40000 last night – putting out a 132% profit to every trader who was in-tune with these exploitable patterns.  

There are some traders who are reading this that have already realised what the exploitable pattern here is.

For those who haven’t...


Exploitable Pattern: After every price surge, SDC dropped by 45% – 55%. Making the correct “buying in price” painfully obvious and simple to work out ahead of time.

Price Patterns are like cheat sheets that give you the most unfair advantage over the average market participant. They reveal all of the relevant price points within a price cycle that can be exploited, again and again, for continuous profit.
 

Tip: There are several solutions to properly defining the behaviour of the crypto market and, once you become aware of them, trading will become like operating your own personal money machine.  Winning streaks often lead to complacency. This is something I stress to members. Complacency  leads to sloppy trading. In these winning periods, traders are least likely to consider what might go wrong, especially worst case scenarios. The moral is: when your positions are sailing to new highs almost daily, and when all of your trades are working, be 10 times more cautious! These are the times to guard against complacency and to be extra alert in order to lock profits in.


QSLV


After seeing the price tumble -85% from 11100 on Nov 14 to 1600 on Nov 30, many would have assumed QSLV to be just another “shitcoin” relegated to the pages of history never to return again.

This clearly wasn’t the case.

A coin that is in danger of becoming obsolete or “dead” won’t receive any attention whatsoever from the market after such a rapid decline in value.

However, that isn’t what I saw here. What I saw was small amounts of BTC entering this market incrementally. What I saw was the price surging upward and then being forced back down as jittery novice traders relinquished their positions, one after the other, due to the fear of losing out.

What I saw was accumulation.

After establishing what the accumulation price range was, I rigged up my buy orders in order to catch some falling fruit as the trees were being shook

You see, the aim of the game is to purchase the largest possible portion of a coin during accumulation. The larger the position, the greater the profit.

Those that get this right are able to scale out of their positions as prices are rising – via both the sell side and buy side, giving them much more flexibility than those who use a more static method of liquidating profit.  
 

Tip: Do more of what works and less of what doesn’t. This is unnecessary to state, but what is surprising is how many traders fail to adhere to this seemingly obvious principle. Some traders may be good at taking well thought out longer term positions, but then also take short-term trades based on whims in which they have no edge. Many traders may not even be fully aware of where they are making and losing money. One useful thing that you can do is to analyze your past trades by segmenting winners and losers. Often, such analysis will reveal patterns with certain types of trades being predominant in either the winning or losing categories. When you find that certain types of trades are making money and other types of trades are losing money then, as I advised earlier, do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.

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

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

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

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December 18, 2014, 07:01:15 PM
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Uuumm...no..if you have 1 BTC do NOT invest 100% of in a coin that is "over-sold" - there is no true demand for these markets besides, Bitcoin and maybe...lite or doge - don't invest more than 20% of your portfolio in one coin, never put all of your eggs in one basket. I have found good profits with 1 BTC, from investing .2 BTC in 3 coins I like and saving .4 liquid BTC.

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December 18, 2014, 08:38:38 PM
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Uuumm...no..if you have 1 BTC do NOT invest 100% of in a coin that is "over-sold" - there is no true demand for these markets besides, Bitcoin and maybe...lite or doge

I have a problem with a few of the things you said

don't invest more than 20% of your portfolio in one coin

Where does this 20% figure come from? Out of every number you could have used you settled with 20%? Is this some type of magic number or something?

When Goldman Sachs buys $40 Billion worth of oil do you think they are worried about whether or not they are risking "20%" of their "portfolio"?

Im just trying to understand the thinking behind this special 20% number

never put all of your eggs in one basket. I have found good profits with 1 BTC, from investing .2 BTC in 3 coins I like and saving .4 liquid BTC.

"good profits" is a very subjective statement

When i trade I want the biggest bang for my buck so if I am afraid of losing then I don't trade. There is no pussy footing about trying to take smaller bets to compensate for sloppy trading

you should only trade when you are dead sure that you are on the heels of a big move and have several indicators confirming your theory. Then you can put on the big money trades and also rake in larger profits

The only reason you would pussy foot around and take some pathetic .2 BTC trade is when your fear overpowers your confidence (or lack of) in which case that would mean that you really shouldn't be trading at all

If you take 1 BTC and only invest .2 here and there in a bunch of coins that "you like" how is that a more superior strategy than say putting 1 BTC into a coin that you have researched and ran analysis on? I'm interested to hear your theory on this, because A 40% return on 1 BTC is .4 BTC, the same return on .2 is .08

That's like throwing a hand full of gravel at a bird. You will probably kill the bird but only after several failed attempts and you will need a whole lot of gravel and arm strength to do that. But if you throw one humungous stone at that same bird you can kill it with one shot
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December 18, 2014, 08:55:13 PM
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When i trade I want the biggest bang for my buck so if I am afraid of losing then I don't trade. There is no pussy footing about trying to take smaller bets to compensate for sloppy trading

Yeah if your a shitty trader you will always be a shitty trader i dont think it matters how large or how small your trades are.

Smaller trades will only make your long-term loss occur slowly.

Like people who smoke pot regularly may not see the effects the next day, but they will eventually, many years down the line, when their brain begins to slow, they have cognition problems and the like...Thats the death by a thousand cuts theory
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December 18, 2014, 09:04:06 PM
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Hi Santa,
Let me explain my thoughts.

Unlike stocks/forex, cryptos have no true, real-world demand. So, based off of news is no way to really invest in a crypto with any true certainty, are your news sources twitter? lol So, using technical analysis to see if a coin is over-sold, is just keeping a status on what the big boys are doing, but its manipulation its not a true market, so the technical analysis, only goes so far.

Given this, why invest 100% of your portfolio in some coin that can very easily go down 80% or go up 50%...

Hedging is a very basic strategy that should be used in trading. Off-set risk by investing in another coin. Ideally, the best way to hedge is to find coins that have inverse relationships...since there is no true demand even this is impossible to find. Derivatives in coins are not legit yet either.

So, what if you invest 100% in a coin that goes down 40%...that loss is huge...but even if you had gone 50/50, one goes down one goes up, then you off-set your risk a little, and in this scenario, which is very common, the hedging paid off.

If you want to try to make big bucks (triple your portfolio) overnight, sure try investing 100% of your portfolio see how that goes.

Or..you can really learn how to trade and triple you money in 6 weeks in this market with much less risk, while avoiding major downfalls that will set you back months.

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December 18, 2014, 09:35:48 PM
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Hi Santa,
Let me explain my thoughts.

Unlike stocks/forex, cryptos have no true, real-world demand. So, based off of news is no way to really invest in a crypto with any true certainty, are your news sources twitter? lol So, using technical analysis to see if a coin is over-sold, is just keeping a status on what the big boys are doing, but its manipulation its not a true market, so the technical analysis, only goes so far.

I like you, so I won't fully expose your ignorance. But sadly, after reading that drivel you just put together i think everyone is now fully aware of your limited insight

we all know forex doesn't have any real intrinsic value either, everyone in crypto has watched almost 100 documentaries that explain how fiat currency is a scam based on "preceived value". Whats the difference between monopoly money and a dollar bill?

That's what forex is, playing different fiat currency pairs against each other. So that market is driven by pure speculation. Sure there is a demand for fiat currencies, there is also a very similar demand for crypto currencies, just on a smaller scale

I don't follow news, that's an idiots game. I search for extending periods of buying so that I can join in and reap the benefits a week or two later

Given this, why invest 100% of your portfolio in some coin that can very easily go down 80% or go up 50%...

Why invest anything then if this is how you feel? If this is your stance then you are in the wrong business bud.

Putting even $30 of your "portfolio" in "some coin that can very easily go down 80% or go up 50%" is still a risky proposition if this is how you think

If you are on the money then the coin you are trading will be at the bottom, or close to the bottom and there are ways to work this out. If you get it right, then you are in the money. Who cares if the coin goes down 20% within a week, if it goes up 400% within a month

you can't nickle and dime the market bro

Hedging is a very basic strategy that should be used in trading. Off-set risk by investing in another coin. Ideally, the best way to hedge is to find coins that have inverse relationships...since there is no true demand even this is impossible to find. Derivatives in coins are not legit yet either.

This is real loopy doc

tell me which coins have "inverse" relationships, I would love to know


So, what if you invest 100% in a coin that goes down 40%...that loss is huge...but even if you had gone 50/50, one goes down one goes up, then you off-set your risk a little, and in this scenario, which is very common, the hedging paid off.

no.. if one goes up and one goes down, YOU MAKE NO MONEY lol anyone who can over complicate the process of making no money at all is special indeed

why exactly are you hedging some shitty .2BTC trade I don't get it? What am I missing here?

If you want to try to make big bucks (triple your portfolio) overnight, sure try investing 100% of your portfolio see how that goes.

Or..you can really learn how to trade and triple you money in 6 weeks in this market with much less risk, while avoiding major downfalls that will set you back months.

I don't trade to triple or quadruple or any of that rubbish. I trade so that I don't have to trade

Anyone who talks more about losing than winning is a mark and has no business telling me how to make money.

Imagine you go to a trading seminar to learn how to make money from trading, and the first thing you are told is "put .2 BTC in some coin thatchu like and um, um find another coin that has some sort of inverse relationship that you can hedge with, then after all of this grunt work one coin will go up and the other will go down............ but you make no money"

and you still haven't told me what the logic is behind your magical 20% figure lol im still waiting to hear that one


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December 18, 2014, 09:51:00 PM
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and you still haven't told me what the logic is behind your magical 20% figure lol im still waiting to hear that one

reminds me of approach anxiety, like guys that don't approach girls because they think they wont get the digits

some people trade to lose, some guys trade to win. It's a difference in mentality I think
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