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December 24, 2014, 09:06:36 PM
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Cheesy I made more coin than you last week, so let's keep things in perspective

Whatever bro. You only make 5 btc every once in a while. What is an extraordinary week for you is just average for me. I've wiped the floor with your profits since I joined the group

So what, you grew some balls and put more than 1 btc into a trade, big fucking deal... am i supposed to be impressed now. I make 5 btc every other day. Lets not forget that Wink

You keep celebrating those small wins, I only pop champagne for 20 btc or more Wink
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December 24, 2014, 09:13:05 PM
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I only pop champagne for 20 btc or more Wink

There's gunna be alot of this next summer, we've been in a bear market since september. People still haven't realized that lol
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December 24, 2014, 09:14:32 PM
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I only pop champagne for 20 btc or more Wink

There's gunna be alot of this next summer, we've been in a bear market since september. People still haven't realized that lol

I'm ready and waiting. Good times lie ahead. There will be a lot more people in crypto during the next bull run so a lot more $$$$$$
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December 24, 2014, 09:48:04 PM
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i have some of a new counterparty coin and would greatly appreciate some helpful advice in starting a new coin and will tip a mininmum of 10,000 of this new coin (FOXWFC)
please message me as i might not be on for a time at a time
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December 26, 2014, 09:30:38 AM
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Jump you fuckers! | The thing about smart motherfuckers is they sound like crazy motherfuckers to dumb motherfuckers. | My sig space for rent for 25 btc per week.
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December 27, 2014, 02:46:55 PM
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12 Nov - 26 Dec
Total return: 202%
Coins: SYS

Novice traders are the majority in the market, and they rarely see value until the this value is most markedly demonstrated to them, which is often when a coin is hitting all time highs and skilled traders have already cashed out 200%+ profits. This means the majority of participants in this market do not lead, but are led into speculating on the “continuation” of a price-move (gambling), rather than understanding why and when  an actual move is going to occur (trading). This is why they fail, repeatedly.

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Is there any difference between trading and gambling?

The greater portion of participants in this market maintain both a conscious and subconscious view that trading is gambling.  This is why they fail consistently.

There are people who have been trading Crypto Currencies since the first batch of altcoins were rolled out, and they are still under the falsehood that successful trading has more to do with chance than anything else. This is why they continuously lose money in the market.

You see, whilst the majority of Crypto traders will forever be on the losing end of a trade – there will always exist a small minority of skilled market participants that approaches crypto in such a way that guarantees a profitable output from their every action in the market.

Trading and gambling, as the words are used today, are substantially interchangeable, but nevertheless there is a marked distinction between the two. All traders are not necessarily gamblers, although all altcoin gamblers are traders.

The term trading pre-supposes intellectual effort; gambling blind chance.

Trading is a venture based on calculation. Gambling is a venture without calculation.

The uninitiated believe that chance is such a large part of trading that they continue to ‘act as if’ this is the case. Thus, their every action in the market serves only to enrich those who play the game the way it’s supposed to be played.

The uninitiated believe that “there is no certainty in trading”. Yet they continue to trade anyway.

Gambling Definition
a. To bet on an uncertain outcome

You see, the belief that “there is no certainty in trading” is a serious error that, again, forces unskilled market participants into ‘acting as if’ this is actually fact, which renders all of their activity in the market as mere gambling.

Trading without an edge is just that, gambling.

Unskilled traders will log onto Bittrex on one random Thursday, after browsing twitter for tip-offs, with the sole aim of “catching some waves” or “scalping a quick x2.” – A winning recipe for failure.

Even the research that they do conduct is so irrelevant that it only helps to hasten the process of them losing their entire trading fund.

These novice traders see nothing wrong with taking a trade without having a holistic understanding of what the bigger picture is. Novice traders are gamblers.

Instead of gaining market poise, developing a sound opinion and trading in the direction of that opinion, novice traders will wait until they see that a coin is moving – then they will ‘bet’ on the ‘continuation’ of that move – which gambling.

Successful trading must include judgment, common sense, and market perception; whereas altcoin gambling is nothing more than guessing on the next few upticks.

An average trader may acquire market poise from time to time, the altcoin gambler never.

A skilled trader knows that there is no justification for taking a trade without any certainty of the outcome. He knows that trading isn’t only the act of buying and selling – but is also the research conducted beforehand.

Whilst novices only use the 6hr, 12hr and 1d charts,  (which is like trying to win a boxing match with both hands tied behind your back) Skilled traders are fully aware that the answers to all of their questions, regarding price movement especially, are hidden in plain sight in the ALL chart. Thus when they trade, they have market poise.

Market poise is the result of a sense of mental well-being – confidence in the outcome of a speculative venture which has been entered into calmly, thoughtfully, and deliberately. Market poise is engendered by judgment, rather than by guess-work; by conservatism instead of rash chance taking: by the willingness to remain on the sidelines until a high probability trading opportunity reveals itself.

You see when, after thoughtful deliberation and commonsense analysis, we come to the conclusion that a certain coin is trading below value – when we feel confident that its price action reflects intelligent accumulation – and we purchase it, we are mentally at ease. With our having calmly considered all known factors, there is no reason for lacking confidence or for being apprehensive of the outcome.

This is something novices and unskilled market participants know nothing about. They never develop market poise because they are constantly gambling on the continuation of price moves that have already provided skilled traders with 200%+ profits.

So, with all that has been said, what is the gamblers remedy?

The average trader, because of the difficult task of controlling his emotions, temperament, and characteristically human faults, has far greater chances if he trades on the longer-term movements of coin prices than if he attempts to trade in and out for small profits.

That is the secret.

You will live more happily, worry less, you will gain market poise, and will curb your natural impatience to jump in and out of trades thoughtlessly – all whilst making more than adequate sums of money.
 
The Ultimate Buying Strategy

Tip: Gambling isn’t trading, and trading isn’t gambling. To be consistently profitable, your strategy must be thoroughly proficient in exposing high probability trading opportunities – if not, then for you, trading will always be a losing proposition. 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.

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December 27, 2014, 02:47:52 PM
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PUMPERS PICKS: Weekly Round-up
Week Beginning: 12/22
Week Ending: 12/28




The following are the gains netted from this weeks Private Picks. The largest returns came from OPAL, XC, SMBR and ZET

Members netted gains totaling 741% this week. Next weeks coins are already primed for accumulation!

Happy trading!




COIN OF THE WEEK

SYSCoin

SYS broke from accumulation range this week, surging from 100 Satoshi to 185 Satoshi - with plenty of room left for maneuver. SYS has put untold amounts of money directly into the pockets of those who were intelligent enough to "fill their warehouses" weeks ago. Definitely one to keep an eye on


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December 27, 2014, 11:27:17 PM
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Been watching this thread for awhile now.
It's getting harder not to pull the trigger and join the group.
Good luck to everyone.

That's me on twitter --> @spookycoins
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December 28, 2014, 11:47:15 AM
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Decided to dive in today! Grin

I have been lurking since the very first post, and piggybacked on kore, xst, opal, esc and the others to grow my own trading deck
So I reasoned that if I can make so much money from the free stuff, there must be alot more profit hiding behind closed doors

This will be my very first week with the team so very excited to start increasing my btc
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December 28, 2014, 12:04:45 PM
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Hi Ryan I have sent you two messageas and some dms on twitter still no reply? I know you release picks tomorrow so I want to get in quickly before the day is over. Please I am waiting on your response. I wanted to pay 2btc for one month is this ok?

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December 28, 2014, 08:33:13 PM
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You see, the belief that “there is no certainty in trading” is a serious error that, again, forces unskilled market participants into ‘acting as if’ this is actually fact

So freaking true man this is me all over.
I have been thinking this but wasn't able to put it into tangible words......I guess it's that old "mind over matter" thing

If you think you are gambling then you will act the same exact way it makes so much sense now
All of this jumping in and then jumping back out within 5 minutes with 2% profit or 30% loss happens because people actually think that they are gambling

could you expand on this by any chance?
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December 28, 2014, 10:37:34 PM
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You see, the belief that “there is no certainty in trading” is a serious error that, again, forces unskilled market participants into ‘acting as if’ this is actually fact

So freaking true man this is me all over.
I have been thinking this but wasn't able to put it into tangible words......I guess it's that old "mind over matter" thing

If you think you are gambling then you will act the same exact way it makes so much sense now
All of this jumping in and then jumping back out within 5 minutes with 2% profit or 30% loss happens because people actually think that they are gambling

could you expand on this by any chance?

Well it's like you said.

I mentioned earlier that most novice, and even experienced - but unskilled traders, are under the falsehood that there are no certainties in trading. Yet they continue to trade anyway.

This batch of traders, who are the majority in the market, both consciously and subconsciously believe that trading is gambling - so they 'act as if' this is a fact.

They act as if the price of altcoins can just fall out of the sky at any given moment, (which is true – if you are constantly buying into coins at the top of the market) so they manoeuvre around, from coin to coin, in the most jittery weak handed fashion... opening trades, and then closing them with high percentage losses. Opening another trade, losing confidence due to the spreading of FUD and then closing the trade with another loss – only to see that same coin trading at a 200% gain several days later.

They act as if it makes sense to buy into a coin that has an alarmingly high trading volume, extensive buy support and is being excessively promoted on the various news sources – this is often when skilled traders are clearing their warehouses and unloading their coins on the uninitiated.

They act as if there aren’t hundreds of traders who make 500% profits month after month, and so they settle for small 10% gains simply because “there are no guarantees” in trading, so a 10% profit is a blessing. – Not the case

They act as if losses play a bigger part in trading than the actual taking of profit, so they approach the market in such an awkward, non-advantageous way... letting losses run on and on and on, gambling on the chance of the coin returning to a price that will bring them back to even. Yet they are prone to cutting and running with the smallest 2% profit.

They act as if there is no way to perceive and take advantage of a major price move before it actually occurs, so they spend all of their time betting on the continuation of moves that have already taken place, which can only ever produce more cumulative losses than gains.

You see the market is a projection of the thoughts and actions of a collection of human beings. And, because we cannot have action without thought – it is clear that the action we see every day in the market is driven by thought and perception.

The majority of participants in this market believe, wholeheartedly, that trading is gambling. And so this thought process is reflected in their actions.

Skilled traders use this fact to milk the market for continuous profit.

Skilled traders intelligently buy into methodical accumulation – simply because they know that when accumulation ends and prices begin to tick upwards – swathes of gamblers will begin to swarm, buying through the sell orders that were intricately placed at severely marked-up levels, days before.

This is how the market works.

Even after reading this, these gamblers will click onto that Bittrex tab at the top of their screen and attempt to score a quick 5% profit.

You see, the market needs gamblers in order for the wheels of profit to turn perpetually. Unfortunately though, this profit flows into the hands of the few – the small few who understand that to win is to play the game the way it’s supposed to be played.

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December 28, 2014, 11:02:21 PM
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Skilled traders intelligently buy into methodical accumulation – simply because they know that when accumulation ends and prices begin to tick upwards – swathes of gamblers will begin to swarm, buying through the sell orders that were intricately placed at severely marked-up levels, days before.

On that note I still have some vior from last week

Looks like yet another 120% profit Grin
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December 29, 2014, 04:18:51 AM
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You see, the belief that “there is no certainty in trading” is a serious error that, again, forces unskilled market participants into ‘acting as if’ this is actually fact

So freaking true man this is me all over.
I have been thinking this but wasn't able to put it into tangible words......I guess it's that old "mind over matter" thing

If you think you are gambling then you will act the same exact way it makes so much sense now
All of this jumping in and then jumping back out within 5 minutes with 2% profit or 30% loss happens because people actually think that they are gambling

could you expand on this by any chance?

Well it's like you said.

I mentioned earlier that most novice, and even experienced - but unskilled traders, are under the falsehood that there are no certainties in trading. Yet they continue to trade anyway.

This batch of traders, who are the majority in the market, both consciously and subconsciously believe that trading is gambling - so they 'act as if' this is a fact.

They act as if the price of altcoins can just fall out of the sky at any given moment, (which is true – if you are constantly buying into coins at the top of the market) so they manoeuvre around, from coin to coin, in the most jittery weak handed fashion... opening trades, and then closing them with high percentage losses. Opening another trade, losing confidence due to the spreading of FUD and then closing the trade with another loss – only to see that same coin trading at a 200% gain several days later.

They act as if it makes sense to buy into a coin that has an alarmingly high trading volume, extensive buy support and is being excessively promoted on the various news sources – this is often when skilled traders are clearing their warehouses and unloading their coins on the uninitiated.

They act as if there aren’t hundreds of traders who make 500% profits month after month, and so they settle for small 10% gains simply because “there are no guarantees” in trading, so a 10% profit is a blessing. – Not the case

They act as if losses play a bigger part in trading than the actual taking of profit, so they approach the market in such an awkward, non-advantageous way... letting losses run on and on and on, gambling on the chance of the coin returning to a price that will bring them back to even. Yet they are prone to cutting and running with the smallest 2% profit.

They act as if there is no way to perceive and take advantage of a major price move before it actually occurs, so they spend all of their time betting on the continuation of moves that have already taken place, which can only ever produce more cumulative losses than gains.

You see the market is a projection of the thoughts and actions of a collection of human beings. And, because we cannot have action without thought – it is clear that the action we see every day in the market is driven by thought and perception.

The majority of participants in this market believe, wholeheartedly, that trading is gambling. And so this thought process is reflected in their actions.

Skilled traders use this fact to milk the market for continuous profit.

Skilled traders intelligently buy into methodical accumulation – simply because they know that when accumulation ends and prices begin to tick upwards – swathes of gamblers will begin to swarm, buying through the sell orders that were intricately placed at severely marked-up levels, days before.

This is how the market works.

Even after reading this, these gamblers will click onto that Bittrex tab at the top of their screen and attempt to score a quick 5% profit.

You see, the market needs gamblers in order for the wheels of profit to turn perpetually. Unfortunately though, this profit flows into the hands of the few – the small few who understand that to win is to play the game the way it’s supposed to be played.

Well written.
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December 29, 2014, 09:19:28 PM
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24 Dec - 28 Dec
Total return: 105%
Coins: VIOR

You need to understand why you have taken a position in a coin. If you don’t understand why you are in a trade, you won’t understand when it is the right time to sell, which means you will only sell when the price action scares you. Most of the time when price action scares you, it is a buying opportunity, not a sell indicator.

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Long term trading, or Short term trading? Which is the key to large and continuous profits?

By short-term, I’m referring to trades that exist over a duration of 1 minute to 24 hours. Long term, 24 hours and longer.

Short term trading is a fools sport, and I’ll tell you why.

Taking a short term view on price movement is nothing other than a futile attempt to force an opinion on the market – which will always be a losing proposition.
 
You see, in order for the flood gates to be forced open, allowing an endless stream of BTC to flow into your hands, it is necessary for you to understand that it is impossible to win when approaching the market with a short-term mindset.

The very nature of the market exposes the fact that those who are prone to taking short-term positions, are consistent losers. This is the crop of traders that ensure that skilled players make more money each and every month  - simply because these short-term swing traders just won’t stop making the same mistakes.

I have mentioned many times that success in this market can only be achieved by 1. Exploiting Price Patterns and Market Cycles, 2. Exploiting Price Patterns and Market cycles.

You see, there is a natural flow to the way prices move, and every coin exhibits its own unique behaviour in terms of recurring price points, repeat percentage gains and similar percentage declines.

No matter which coin you’re trading, there always exists a long-term trend (assuming that you’re trading the most optimal coins.)There always exists the smallest subset of traders who use this long-term trend to amass piles and piles of bitcoin on a daily basis – whilst the uninitiated stumble around the market like lost sheep, cumulating loss after loss.

If you were to spend just one hour analysing the charts, you will quickly realise that It is virtually impossible for a short-term trader to pull big money from the market on a consistent basis.

In a previous post, I demonstrated the differences between trading and gambling, pointing out that trading is a venture that requires calculation – whilst gambling is a venture requiring nothing other than misguided hope. The rationalization was that altcoin gamblers, actually believe that trading is gambling, and so they ‘act as if’ this is a fact.

Short-term trading is the gamblers thought process manifested into tangible action.

You see, a short-term trader is basically someone who spends the majority of their time betting on the ‘continuation’ of price moves that have already occurred.

So I throw this at you...

Just spend one hour analysing the charts of maybe five coins that have had multiple high volume rallies in the past. You will see many recurring cycles but, more importantly, you will find that it is impossible for a short-term trader to:

1. Make large amounts of money
They only buy after major price moves have begun, so have no opportunity at all to accumulate a reasonable portion of that coin without pushing already marked-up prices even higher, and then adding to upward resistance when it comes time to place their own sell orders  or adding to downward momentum when they dump out after realising their error. (Bull Trap)

2. Be consistent
Many short-term traders make money periodically, but so do slot-machine practitioners. To have real staying power in the market, your strategy must have some element of consistency. Because short-term traders only adopt this strategy because they aren’t aware of the “bigger picture”, the issue of market timing isn’t something that they apply to their trading decisions. These traders will only buy when they feel most comfortable – which is when prices are moving upwards – so this one fact “prices are going up” is what gets them into a trade. So they literally buy into coins without knowing what the outcome of their trade will be – leaving them open to extreme cases of “the jitters” at only the slightest sign of an adverse, but insignificant, price movement. Sure, there are those people who sit in front of slot machines all day who may see 4 cherries line up in a row, providing them substantial winnings – but the question is, how many losses did they incur up until that point – and how many losses will they incur in the future trying to crank out another jackpot?

3. Grow as a trader
A short-term trader believes wholeheartedly that trading and gambling are one and the same. So they act as if the taking of small position sizes (0.002BTC, 0.04BTC, 0.1BTC etc) is proper trading etiquette. I always tell members that it is a must the risk to reward ratio is low:high because this allows the freedom to take advantage of other opportunities that may arise, whilst simultaneously generating adequate sums of money.  Those who put on small 0.09 BTC trades are fooling themselves, they think they’re  risking low amounts of money for a high reward thus being extra intelligent and prudent – however, their ratio is actually low:low. You see, a 1000% gain on 0.09BTC is only 0.9BTC.... whilst a 1000% profit turns 1BTC into 11BTC – a major difference. A low:high risk reward ratio allows traders to build their trading fund to a point where they are able to adequately take advantage of multiple market opportunities at the same time and make staggering amounts of money in the process – whilst those extra intelligent, extra cautious 0.1BTC traders merely spin their wheels and remain stagnant.

Guys, Short-term trading is a fools sport.

Just by looking at the charts, you will very quickly realise that most rallies erupt over the space of several days at a time. Some moves take several weeks or even months before the market turns around.

The big money is being made by those who understand market psychology. By those who understand that price patterns and market cycles are the keys that unlock the floodgates to profit.

If you have been taking these non-advantageous short-term trades, I hope now you are aware why you have been accumulating loss after loss. It may be time to rethink your approach.

Tip: if everyone was a skilled trader, your path to success would be a paved one rather than a secret route to the end of a rainbow with a bigger pot of gold than you ever imagined. Usually the way the most profitable opportunities are missed is by saying “it looks too good to be true,” and then not doing anything. Too often, novice traders will think that everybody else must know something that they don’t, and I think that’s a critical mistake. How many times have you heard someone put down an idea you’re excited about by saying, “if it’s such a good idea then why isn’t everyone doing it?” This is the battle cry of mediocrity. In actual fact, any trading opportunity that everyone else is playing is by definition a terrible idea. I would always recommend doing the opposite. The reason markets get out of line is because everyone is doing the same(wrong) thing. The most advanced traders close their ears to the “why isn’t everyone doing it” cry of the crowd. These traders have the ability to implement their trading ideas despite adverse conditions. Stop doing what is comfortable, embrace discomfort, find an edge – and your winning trades will begin to outweigh your losses.


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

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

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December 29, 2014, 11:41:43 PM
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Hi ryan hopefully im not too late i sent you a pm to join your group this week

I saw someone ask if they could just pay 2btc for an entire month instead of 0.5btc weekly, i want to do this if its possible

thank you
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December 29, 2014, 11:50:13 PM
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VIOR just wont stop lol $5000 in three weeks is making me feel like I should do this full time
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December 30, 2014, 12:00:50 AM
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VIOR just wont stop lol $5000 in three weeks is making me feel like I should do this full time
vior has been fucking awesome man!

let's see how far it goes
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December 30, 2014, 10:58:02 AM
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Hi ryan hopefully im not too late i sent you a pm to join your group this week

I saw someone ask if they could just pay 2btc for an entire month instead of 0.5btc weekly, i want to do this if its possible

thank you

Not possible at the moment, 0.5 BTC is just fine

Just responded btw

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December 30, 2014, 02:01:31 PM
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24 Dec - 29 Dec
Total return: 88%
Coins: VIA

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.

VIA


Repetitive price rhythms are everywhere. They occur in each and every coin on the market. As a trader, it is your job to uncover these patterns and use them to your advantage.

Let me break down my reasoning for getting into this VIA trade.



On the surface, this may not look like anything significant. Until you begin to dig below the surface



Time and time again, VIA has had a 70%+ decline after a major price hike. This makes VIA so simple to exploit for profit.

I only want to execute a trade that has an overpowering element of certainty behind it. Where there is an established pattern of price movement and tell-tale signs of intelligent accumulation – I never hesitate to fill my warehouse to its maximum capacity.

Unlike short-term traders who will only place a trade whilst prices are actively climbing, skilled players will never even think about taking a trade that isn’t in correlation with a recurring trend or pattern.

These recurring price movements gives skilled players a window into the future, allowing them to take maximum advantage of major price moves before they occur.

This is why Crypto is so profitable right now... Some people look at crypto as a sesspit of risk, others understand that it is probably the world’s most simple market to pull large profits from – almost at will.


Tip: 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.


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

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

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