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I’ve been casually trading BTC for a few months and it seems... too easy...

So. I didn’t start with a lot. $27 I think from setting up a Binance account and then forgetting about it for 2 years or so. That’s how much my BTC value was worth when I logged in.
I don’t know much about charts or the order book, I use the moving line chat instead of the candlestick chart. I just kinda... wait for the line to dip and buy, then I set a limit order for the last high. I missed a few big pumps doing this, but even still... it seems too easy. I’m already up to $49 basically penny trading.
I’d like to make more profit, but I’m afraid to branch out. I’ve tried and tried to understand the more advanced stuff like resistance and watching the order book, but I get overwhelmed when I try.
Being that it’s been kinda easy so far, I’m afraid that if I try to do more, I will screw up a good thing. Do you think I should keep doing what I’m doing, or should I try to step it up? How long did it take you to understand what everything on your screen means? What resources did you use to learn? I don’t learn well by reading and a lot of youtubers seem like scammers that want you to sign up for their programs... can anyone recommend some good channels that aren’t shills? What do you think the most valuable skills are that you’ve learned so far?
Thanks for reading. I’ve been going through the sub and reading a lot, but I’m always open to more info.
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Made 120$ trading btc then lost it all ama

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Just trading BTC for Dash on Vaultoro with a negative trading fee. Here is my feedback.

Ok, I've been a vaultoro fan for years and was excited for when they put dash as their second crypto. In late 2017 I sold some BTC for gold bullion because the bubble had gotten silly.
I haven't used the platform for a while and when I logged in everything had changed. While I liked the old design, I am a sucker for darker designs because of eye strain.
Anyway, I just purchased a bunch of dash for the gold I have held since December 2017.
Then noticed they have negative trading fees on DASH/BTC. So now I'm market making there and its fairly easy money.
What I wish they had.
A trade alarm so that when a trade exsecutes I get an email or if I'm on the platform a ping sound. Because then I could place an order on the other side to earn more fees.
Silver, what the hell, they have wanted to add silver for ages. Still no silver pairs.
API, I really want an api so I can market make with a bot.
Glass books protocol. This is what really made me fall in love with Vaultoro in the first place. Where is it in the new version? I emailed them about it and apparently its launching just after the API because the audit works by showing info and to you when you are logged out so that they don't know when anyone is checking. Really cool system that I wish other exchanges would implament.
Stop losses would be fantastic. But if you have an api then my trading desk can deal with that.
But yeah being able to trade in allocated billion, secured in swizerland, audited and insured is epic. I say this as a person that has had multiple bank accounts closed down purely because I wanted to lock in some of my crypto gains. (took me almost a year to get my cash back from the banks)
Vaultoro being bank independent private high securitly vaulting facility is epic. But yeah silver and the things mentioned above need to be implemented ASAP.
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Trading btc be like

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How do you even strategize trading BTC?

I mean how is that possible? Do you guys collectively buy and/or sell at one specific point in time or amount? Is that what signals are for?
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who be trading btc this weekend? how id you do? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Trading BTC to cad

Why is it that when i trade btc to cad i get lower than what i see in my balance?
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Wanted: discord with active people trading btc and eth options (x-post from /r/cryptocurrency)

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Made 120$ trading btc then lost it all ama (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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How do you even strategize trading BTC?

I mean how is that possible? Do you guys collectively buy and/or sell at one specific point in time or amount? Is that what signals are for?
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Guide to understanding & avoiding pitfalls when trading BTC mispricings has some useful lessons for anyone trying to smartly arb RVN at scale

Guide to understanding & avoiding pitfalls when trading BTC mispricings has some useful lessons for anyone trying to smartly arb RVN at scale submitted by FiniteRegress to Ravencoin [link] [comments]

Guide to understanding & avoiding pitfalls when trading BTC mispricings has some useful lessons for anyone trying to smartly arb ETH at scale during all the DeFi buzz

Guide to understanding & avoiding pitfalls when trading BTC mispricings has some useful lessons for anyone trying to smartly arb ETH at scale during all the DeFi buzz submitted by FiniteRegress to ethinvestor [link] [comments]

Guide to understanding & avoiding pitfalls when trading BTC mispricings has some useful lessons for anyone trying to smartly arb LTC at scale

Guide to understanding & avoiding pitfalls when trading BTC mispricings has some useful lessons for anyone trying to smartly arb LTC at scale submitted by FiniteRegress to LitecoinMarkets [link] [comments]

Guide to understanding & avoiding pitfalls when trading BTC mispricings has some useful lessons for anyone trying to smartly arb ETC at scale

Guide to understanding & avoiding pitfalls when trading BTC mispricings has some useful lessons for anyone trying to smartly arb ETC at scale submitted by FiniteRegress to EthereumClassic [link] [comments]

Cultist asks people to stop trading BTC, or else he hopes they "get what they deserve" ...

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Is Trading BTC on Paxful Profitable?

been thinking about buying and selling btc on paxful at +/- 3-5% of profit a trade.
I maybe need to sell on binance regularly to convert to get more funds.

but is this 'business trading model' even profitable, to simply buy sell undeover market value with the usual 3-5% profit?

Im located in south america.
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[BD] Trading BTC for Doge

Im looking at trading .00112039 BTC into doge.
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Is trading btc with someone a similar process to buying/selling btc?

In a couple of subreddit exchanges some people prefer btc instead of other regular payments, but I've not really sure how it works? I've bought a few things with btc but sent the payments directly from my btc wallet. Can I do it the same way but instead send it to a person? Also how long is it safe to hold btc in a wallet such as electrum? Typically I use the btc once it transferred, but if I wanted to store some btc to make transfers quicker.
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New to trading: Btc to Index Fund

Hi! New to trading and just starting to figure it all out. I was wondering if it would be a smart move to sell off all of my bitcoin and use that to invest in am index fund?
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When we're at this part of the market cycle there will be people laughing at you for investing. Next year you will get to laugh at them. #Bitcoin #Crypto #trading $BTC

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06-19 05:44 - 'STOP TRADING BTC IMMEDIATELY! HODL HER! AQUIRE MORE. LET HER GROW!!!' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/GCryptoG removed from /r/Bitcoin within 134-144min

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IF YOU MUST TRADE, TRADE SHETCOINS. THATS WHAT THEYRE FOR. BTC IS TO BE HELD AND HODL’D.
YOU ANIMALS!
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STOP TRADING BTC IMMEDIATELY! HODL HER! AQUIRE MORE. LET HER GROW!!!
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Day Trading BTC

Hi reddit!
I’ve recently been trying to get into day trading early. I have been experimenting with many types of day trading and due to the pdt rule i’ve decided to day trade crypto for now and I just had a few questions for you guys.
  1. What broker for crypto trading would you recommend that has decently low fees and works in canada? (currently using coin base, trading view and looking to use gemini maybe)
  2. I really like the analytical type of day trading and i’ve set up charts and other indicators on trading view. I am using a paper trading account and in one week I am up $650. I am profiting every trade however each trade is only around 0.5% profit and every once in a while I will get the odd ~0.8% profit trade. It seems like off of $1000 I can only make around 5-$10 each trade and i’ve had a few for $20 and a few for $50 profit but that was with around $2500 trades.
  3. If I am only making on average 0.65% profit per trade is there any brokers that have fees where I could still make profit? What strategies would you guys currently recommend? I have around $8k saved up and am not working right now so I’m looking to learn the ways of day trading over the course of the next several months.
CURRENT INDICATORS
  1. MACD on volume
  2. Stochastic RSI
  3. Bollinger Bands
My current strategy (which is probably bad but is super consistent for me) is:
  1. Wait for the macd to go into the lower red and wait until it starts to go smaller towards the green.
  2. Wait for stoch RSI to have the red line go up through blue towards the top
  3. Candlestick patterns(learning some)
  4. Watch the Bollinger Bands for them to get tight because i’ve heard that means the stock could go up.
Thank you so much for any help I truly appreciate it👍(sorry for bad formatting i’m on mobile)
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