Bitcoin trading for beginners - including cryptocurrencies - Using sound professional trading principles to keep yourself safe.
A Bitcoin trading tutorial for beginners - how to use professional trading strategy rules so you're not whipsawed by the news, rumors and gossip about bitcoin trading that seems to change every day. There's a lot of hype about cryptocurrency and cryptocurrencies. Don't get swept up in the hype.
This video shares with you some facts that may help you make your own decision as to what decision you want to make.
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Hi Barry I been on your training courses and your training using multiple time frames, to find trades using a weekly and then entry exit on daily charts, can this be applied please to crypto trading? Also do I use same indicators, moving averages with your settings for crypto trading please? Thank you
Thank you for your reply, I already purchased your courses all of them, looking forward to you releasing further videos or courses on crypto in 2018, Happy New Year to you and thanks for a great 2017 of sharing your knowledge and experience with your trading community.
Cryptos have been moving different than the rest of the market for various reasons, and there are many cryptos, so you can't lump them all together as a category for trading. Now that the established exchanges have come in, some of them have settled down a bit. I'll be talking more about that in 2018.
As a young person getting into trading, this is awesome advice, thank you so much! How can I go about creating my own trading plan properly? I find my biggest problem is wondering "well, what do I do now?". I feel like if I had a 'rule book' to follow, I would be ahead in the game.
First, welcome to the wonderful world of trading! I'm glad you asked that question because creating your own viable trading plan at this point in your learning curve would be impossible. Learn from someone who has already gone through years of trading and experience. Putting together a trading plan is more sophisticated than you're thinking it is.
Thanks again Dr. Barry; great stuff as usual! I really appreciate your insight.
I've been trading about thirty years, and I'm still learning it, right?!? :)
It's always a big help when someone like you can reinforce the fundamental rules and just generally remind us we're all in the same boat of ups and downs where it's important to have a sound plan every day! It helps, at least me anyway, to keep a level head!
Have a good one!
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2. Strategic and priority-based resource allocation.
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