|Trading Signals History|
|2020-07-23T14:47:27+0200 | Algorithmic — Long BTC/USD @ 9519.60000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-22T17:22:38+0200 | Algorithmic — Long BSV/USD @ 178.00000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-21T17:52:30+0200 | Algorithmic — Long ETH/USD @ 244.33000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-21T10:01:03+0200 | Algorithmic — Long EOS/USD @ 2.62490.||Full Details|
|2020-07-19T17:57:19+0200 | Algorithmic — Short ETH/USD @ 234.10000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-18T10:48:47+0200 | Algorithmic — Long ETH/USD @ 233.55000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-17T00:56:20+0200 | Algorithmic — Long NEO/USD @ 10.70700.||Full Details|
|2020-07-16T22:24:35+0200 | Algorithmic — Short BSV/USD @ 172.46000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-16T18:47:21+0200 | Algorithmic — Short BTC/USD @ 9130.60000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-14T10:13:39+0200 | Algorithmic — Short EOS/USD @ 2.53660.||Full Details|
|2020-07-13T07:18:44+0200 | Algorithmic — Long BTC/USD @ 9297.00000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-13T07:17:45+0200 | Algorithmic — Short ETH/USD @ 242.76000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-09T19:01:27+0200 | Algorithmic — Short BTC/USD @ 9230.00000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-09T06:25:14+0200 | Algorithmic — Long BTC/USD @ 9415.00000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-07T17:41:10+0200 | Algorithmic — Long ETH/USD @ 238.76000.||Full Details|
|2020-07-06T22:20:37+0200 | Algorithmic — Long BSV/USD @ 189.51000.||Full Details|
If you believe that cryptocurrencies will one day be adopted and used world-wide, you might think it is a good idea to hold some now while they are still relatively 'cheap', right? But given the reality that many cryptocurrency projects have been abandoned and that cryptocurrency prices widely fluctuate, what do you do when the prices go down? Do you sit and hold on, leaving the value of your holdings to whatever fate other people or events give it? Or would you like to manage it directly yourself by trading it? You can try to sell it when it is about to go down and buy back when it is about to go up. It sounds easy, but you know that trying to time the market is risky. But is it worth the risk?
Paper trading gives us the advantage of seeing whether our premise and assumptions are correct without the risk of losing money. Based on the trade statistics we collect, we can then calculate how much our investment is worth trading it, rather than just holding it.
Here, we are paper-trading a strategy on a few cryptocurrency pairs. After some time — a year or a few months — we will see whether there is a way to maintain or even increase the value of one's holdings, or if the HOLDING strategy is better.
Paper-trading is used to practice trading a particular market before committing any money to it. If we did this, many of us would have saved ourselves from making bad trades. Not many traders do it. The issue is, since there is no real gains or losses, it also carries little emotional or mental risk. This is its advantage, and it is also its disadvantage. Paper-trading can become tedious, especially if you want to do it for a few months, or for as long as a year. Your discipline in following it becomes sloppy.
By posting it publicly, it would give me extra mental and emotional engagement needed to ensure I am disciplined in paper-trading my ideas. It is also a way to remove bias from my results. When you are paper-trading privately, it is easy to say, "I would have been able to do this or that". This will not give you the data you need because you are skewing it. But when you are posting what you are doing in real-time, you can have more factual data from which to evaluate the performance of your strategy before you trade it for real.
When I get a signal to trade, I will post it here. There is a lag time of course because I may be asleep, travelling, working, in a meeting or being social. Overall, however, the impact evens out after a series of trades.
Currently, I am following...
On the link below, is where we post back-tests, calculations and various analysis to track how we are doing.
My trading approach is based on the philosophy that price tells us all we need to know about the psychology of people by following their fears and their greed, which is reflected on the price they agree to transact. I monitor and measure different qualities of price to try and spot patterns that may stay intact for the indefinite future. I change and adjust the variables of my method if I see that the market is changing. The difficulty is remaining impartial and unbiased despite everything I read in the news — including the opinions of other people whom I respect — no matter how fearful or optimistic they may be.
TRADING RULES, NEEDS & PARAMETERS
I follow events and developments in Cryptocurrencies, and I want to post about them. However, regardless of how optimistic or negative we perceive these opinions, events or news articles to be, they should not affect whether we should buy, sell or stay out of the market. In other words, I trade independent of events and the news.
This means that when you see me posting a positive news article and yet I am selling, you should not construe that as a sign of a conflict of interest. My trading method tells me to sell regardless of what the news is. Likewise, if I am posting an article that you might interpret as negative and yet I am posting a buy trading signal, it is not because I am trying to scare everyone to sell so I could buy cheap. I, nor most of us, do not have that influence over the market. I was going to buy regardless of what the news was going to be.
Nothing of what I do or say is a recommendation nor advice for you or anyone else, to do, or not do anything. I am hopeful and optimistic that my trading strategy for cryptocurrencies works but all this is experimental, nothing is certain and nothing is guaranteed. Trading is one of the hardest and most complex things to do. It is hazardous to your wealth, and many traders and systems lose money. Further, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies are the most volatile markets I have ever seen. Prices can triple and drop in halves and thirds so quickly that not many people can really stomach it. Please refer to the RISK DISCLOSURE below about risks you need to consider.
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