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January 19, 2020
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July 24, 2018
Bitcoin Analysis - BLX

You're here because you've completed some research and are starting to understand the opportunity and potential that cryptocurrencies have! 99.9% of people do not invest in a cryptocurrency because they've never heard of it, or don't understand it! When the general public starts to invest, the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will sky rocket, meaning potentially really massive returns to early investors.

Let's go through a recent trade example to see how we identified a trade setup using EngineeringRobo from December 2018 to December 2019.

December 27, 2018 - Buy 1 at $3,750

February 24, 2019 - Buy 2 at $3,900

February 27, 2019 - Bull at $3,800

March 1, 2019 - EngineeringRobo's Cloud Green at $3,800

April 4, 2019 - Moon at $5,000

May 12, 2019 - Buy 3 at $7,000

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July 15, 2019 - Sell 1 at $10,400*

July 15, 2019 - Sell 2 at $10,400*

September 4, 2019 - Bear at $10,450

August 28, 2019 - EngineeringRobo's Cloud Red at $10,300

September 22, 2019 - Hell at $9,500

July 2, 2019 - Sell 3 at $10,250

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Buy 1 & Sell 1 Indicator = 200% Profit

Buy 2 & Sell 2 Indicator = 180% Profit

Bull & Bear Indicator = 187% Profit

EngineeringRobo's Cloud = 182% Profit

Moon & Hell Indicator = 90% Profit

Moon & Hell Indicator = 90% Profit

Buy 3 & Sell 3 Indicator = 45% Profit

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*Super Buy Indicator = When Buy 1 and Buy 2 indicators show the same candle and if the candle get a high volume, It turns into Super Buy!

*Super Sell Indicator = When Sell 1 and Sell 2 indicators show the same candle and if the candle get a high volume, It turns into Super Sell!

The patterns do repeat themselves --and with good reason. The stock market is governed by two sets of principles: supply and demand , and fear and greed. Both sets are based on human nature, and human nature doesn't change. In a bear market, all stocks are taken down. Greed gives way to fear, and investors can't sell fast enough. But the smart money sees value in the best stocks and will begin accumulating shares, bidding these stocks up. So, when the market hits bottom, some of these stocks will have already built bases and will be back near highs. They get ready to break out and rush to new highs, leading the way once a new bull market begins. These bases have certain characteristics that show up repeatedly in one market cycle to another.

Bitcoin 2011 - 2013

When bear markets are near the bottom, the great majority of advisory letters will usually be bearish. Near market tops, most will be bullish. The majority is usually wrong when it’s most important to be right. Never fight the market—it’s bigger than you are. The key to staying on top of the crypto market is not predicting or knowing what the market is going to do. It’s rather anout knowing and understanding what the market has actually done in the past several weeks and what it is currently doing.

2013-2015
2013 - 2015 buy1

Cutting Losses Is like Buying an Insurance Policy.

Think about it this way: If you bought an insurance on your car last year and you didn’t have an accident, was your money wasted? Will you buy the same insurance this year?

Of course you will! Did you take out fire insurance on your home or your business? If your home or business hasn’t burned down, should you be upset because you feel that you had made a bad financial decision?

No. You don’t buy fire insurance because you know your house is going to burn down. You buy insurance just in case, to protect yourself against the remote possibility of a serious loss. It’s exactly the same for the winning investor who cuts all losses quickly. It’s the only way to protect against the possible or probable chance of a much larger loss from which it may not be possible to recover.

If you hesitate and allow a loss to increase to 20%, you will need a 25% gain just to break even. Wait longer until the stock is down by 25%; and you’ll have to make 33% up to get even. Wait even longer until the loss is 33%; and you’ll have to make 50% up to get back to the starting rate!


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