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Bitcoin & Ethereum: Trading the News Versus Trading the Charts

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Bitcoin & Ethereum: Trading the News Versus Trading the Charts


This article was posted on Wednesday, 06:13, UTC.

The past few days have been tumultuous to say the least.  As you may have guessed, I have been receiving lots of emails and commentary.  There is a recurrent theme I would like to address.  We won’t hope to solve the debate here, but there has been an on-going debate for a very long time between trading by the news or by the charts.  Which is better? Let me state up front that I don’t have the slightest interest in which style or method other traders take.  If it works, I might want to study it.  (Some people probably have…

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Jim Fredrickson

Jim Fredrickson

Jim has an MBA from the University of Southern California. He has had a long career in both Corporate Finance and IT. Along the way he discovered that trading was a vehicle with great promise, but struggled for a long time without a mentor. After having been knocked down many times and having struggled to get back up, he had an epiphany and realized that geometry was a solution. He shares his experience here. If you do well as a result of suggestions made here, feel free to say thank you :) BTC: 1FUq3GB1Q8zz2JpuBr7YHzVBKnaWoxgmya Follow him on Twitter (@jimfred1276) or email him at jimfred1276 at gmail.

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