About trading crypto
About trading crypto

About trading crypto

One of the most important rules why trading activity lies on psychology is the idea that “what some have must put to others” as an example of supply and demand levels. Entries are based solely on information given such as how many sellers and how many buyers. In every transaction there must play buyer and seller perspective – that is where price comes out. If the buyer win, the spot price increased however if sellers win the spot price decreases. If the price increases, sellers are weak and vice versa.

Mudrex Trading Platform: Create your own trading algorithm strategies.

10 Jul 2020 4 minute read 4 comments CryptoJD

Introduction Cryptocurrency market is highly volatile which tends to behave sudden price swing and exaggerated market volumes. The profitability of trading is so slim, that is why most of crypto day traders tend to choose position trading strategy. A...

Featuring Cardano (ADA): Effects of Recent Rally and Upcoming Updates

3 Jul 2020 2 minute read 1 comment CryptoJD

Disclaimer: The information are based on the data of Cardano provided in every web. You could search it or not. In addition, the information below are not a financial advise, any losses coming from investing ADA that based on this article, neither th...

Institutional Investors barred Crypto Market to retail investors: Inequality on Opportunities

24 May 2020 4 minute read 0 comments CryptoJD

Hi, I'm CryptoJD, I'm new to this platform and I consider myself "Newbee" in Crypto Market. I started learning crypto March 2018 after the Bull Run. I wrote stuffs related to it after I heard from a friend that "Bitcoin topped nearly $20,000 each" an...

Why do we need to know all about this idea in trading?

11 Jan 2020 1 minute read 0 comments CryptoJD

These are my personal set-ups of trading any financial instruments: 1. Good entries are based on confluence. The more data you get with the same information given the more powerful your entry is. However, entries require hours of decision making, obs...