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Offline mf-tzo

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volume-price today
« on: September 26, 2014, 01:20:15 PM »

did i miss something? What happened and price and volume increased today?

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Re: volume-price today
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2014, 02:32:00 PM »
If you saw what brian+cass+marketing bros were up to I think you'd be ok with waiting another month or so before a "big" push. I hate vague promises of "something big is coming", but actually...

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We will quickly start loosing our launch benefit window for marketing by the end of Sept IMO.  I hope whatever they have cooking is VERY substantial.  Enough to overcome this lost opportunity.


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Relax and enjoy the chance to spend one more paycheck at these prices.    ;)

The window they plan to open is to a whole new world of users who have never even heard of coinmarketcap.


This, in turn, will place BTSX at #2 on coinmarketcap and constitute the real cryptogeek "launch benefit window" you are talking about.


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Maybe this...

but in the past we had lots of days with this trading volume

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Re: volume-price today
« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2014, 02:36:44 PM »
I doubt it is because of this...

I think it is because I sold 20k BTSX 2 days ago @ 0.00074 and obviously I bought back 18k BTSX today @ 0.000082...lol...

I am really bad at short term trading...Every time the same thing...It is like if I am followed... ::)

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Re: volume-price today
« Reply #3 on: September 26, 2014, 03:00:22 PM »

day trading is like gambling to me, I try to avoid it at all costs. Holding is the key for people like us with no trading skills

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Re: volume-price today
« Reply #4 on: September 26, 2014, 03:06:48 PM »
Didn't get nearly enough BTSX in the 7500's  :'(

BTSX seemed to shoot up when Bitcoin fell below 410.
Doge rally was strange but fun to watch.
I think Bitcoin is driving people mad. It was a weird day.
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Re: volume-price today
« Reply #5 on: September 26, 2014, 10:32:21 PM »
I doubt it is because of this...

I think it is because I sold 20k BTSX 2 days ago @ 0.00074 and obviously I bought back 18k BTSX today @ 0.000082...lol...

I am really bad at short term trading...Every time the same thing...It is like if I am followed... ::)

I hate receiving unsolicited advice, but I'm going to give some anyways: Set your exits, hold your stake and DCA to increase exposure. This is experience talking.

As to the recent price movement... I would speculate that the lack of miners is making OTC/off-market accumulation difficult for folks.

4.17 is pretty awesome, the platform is maturing, the conference is coming and the marketing folks are gearing up.

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Re: volume-price today
« Reply #6 on: September 26, 2014, 10:53:22 PM »
this is very good advise indeed..thank you very much!

To be honest I have completely forgotten about DCA and you are right I should probably make a plan and get more disciplined...

On the other hand there was another trading strategy to DCA which I think works better. I don't remember how it is called but it goes something like this:

when the price falls compared to the previous month you increase your investment for that month and when it falls you reduce it, over a time period for the cumulative total amount planed to invest. I think this usually works better than the DCA. Do you remember how it is called?


 

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