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Trade Recommendation: Monero

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This trading idea is based on a possible price reversal from the support level. RSI is at the oversold zone and it confirms the price reversal. MACD histogram supports upward movement. We should be ready to entry the market if it moves higher. Pending orders for buy can be placed at 331.00 level with stop orders at 285.00 level. Profit targets are 400.00 and 480.00 resistance levels. Based on the daily chart, the market has free space below the current price for further downward movement. Use stop orders and small trade volume. If you don’t use leverage, trading volume for this trade is up to 5% from your deposit.

Market: XMRUSDT
Buy: 331.00
Stop: 285.00
Profit Targets: 400.00 and 480.00

The trading signal is based on Poloniex chart.
Disclaimer: The analyst does not have investments in Monero.

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  1. ggonzaga

    December 31, 2017 at 4:04 pm

    So the stop order at 285.00 USD means that the order will only start when the price of XMR/USDT goes down to 285.00, and will buy in when it goes back up to 331.00 USD?

  2. spacemanG

    December 31, 2017 at 5:47 pm

    no the stop protects you agains losses – put a limit orderer on for 331 – then a stop on 285 once the but kicks in on 331 – then cash out once you hit the profit target

  3. tk24a

    January 1, 2018 at 5:43 pm

    Same thing.
    Google “stop loss order” and you will gain an understanding of what’s happening.
    (No point someone giving you specific instructions to do something that you have no understanding of).

    Cheers,
    T

    • ggonzaga

      January 1, 2018 at 8:24 pm

      Thanks for the reply. I did some digging.
      So basically in this case, you buy at 331.00 and then hope to go all the way to the profit targets. But the stop loss order is set at 285.00 so that if the price goes down instead of up, the coin will be put on a sell order when it hits 285.00 USD to sell on the next available price (is this accurate or does it only apply to stocks?). However, a stop-limit order, unlike a stop-loss order, would open a sell order at 285.00 but only sell at a specified number that the coin has to hit after reaching the 285.00. I understand now. So the stop in this trade recommendation pretty much states that the risk of the price dropping instead of increasing is there, and it’s better off to lose 14% of your investment (if my math is right) by placing a stop-loss order at 285.00 than for it to drop way below the stop. Is this correct?

      Also, can’t a stop-loss order be used in other scenarios?
      For example:
      1. If I want to buy XMR when it hits 331.00 and it’s below that, can’t I just place a stop-limit order to open a buy order at 330.00 and the limit at 331.00?
      2. If I want to cash out my XMR when it hits 400.00 and it’s above the 331.00 that I hypothetically purchased it at, can’t I just place a stop-limit order to open a sell order at 399.00 and the limit at 400.00 which is the profit target?

      Or would those two scenarios be what you would just use a limit order for, which from my understanding is an order to buy/sell at a certain price? In that case, what’s the benefit of a stop-limit order to protect you from losses if you can just place a limit order to sell at 285.00?

      Thanks
      Happy New Year!

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Trade Recommendation: Golem

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Golem (GNT/BTC) came off lows of 0.00001803 on November 20, 2018. At that price, the market was down by over 80% from the 2018 high of 0.0000909. This is an immense drop.

An in-depth look, however, shows that the fresh yearly low was the result of a shakeout. At the end of November 20, the market closed above 0.000019, which is the parabolic support. The swing to the low price level and quick recovery of the support ignited a rally to 0.00002771 on December 3. On that day, the market printed volume that’s over 300% of its daily average.

While the heavy volume buzz should have been enough for a range breakout, GNT/BTC pulled back. It appears that the accumulation stage is not yet over. Nevertheless, we’ll take this opportunity to accumulate as well.

Technical analysis shows that GNT/BTC is still trading within the accumulation range of 0.00002479 and 0.000018. It recently breached the range midpoint of 0.00002151 so we’re fairly certain that the market is en route to the yearly low of 0.000018. This is where we join smart money investors.

The strategy is to buy as close to 0.000018 as possible. If GNT/BTC respects this support, we can expect a quick move up to range midpoint and initial target of 0.00002151. Feel free to lock in gains here. You may want to leave a small portion of the amount for the possible move up to 0.00002479.

The process may take less than a month.

Daily Chart of Golem/Bitcoin on Poloniex

As of this writing, the Golem/Bitcoin pair is trading at 0.00001903 on Poloniex.

Summary of Strategy

Buy: As close to 0.000018 as possible.

Targets: 0.00002151 and 0.00002479.

Stop:0.0000174

 

Disclaimer: The writer owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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To say that Litecoin (LTC/USD) is having a rough year is an understatement. It came off lows of $22.54 on December 7, 2018. At that price point, the market was down by over 92% from the 2018 peak of $306.85. It seems that the market may have completed its cycle.

A closer look at Litecoin shows that it is now trading at a parabolic support. This means that the market came back to where it was last year before it ignited the bull run that saw Litecoin ascend to as high as $370.78 in December 2017. It appears that the market has gone from markup to distribution, and to mark down in a span of a year and a half. If our read is correct, Litecoin should be back in the accumulation stage now.

If that’s the case, now is one of the best times to bottom pick the market.

Technical analysis shows that LTC/USD may have established a short-term bottom at $22.54. We have several reasons to support this view.  

First, the area of $22 is a strong weekly support level. Bears tried to breach it back in May 2017 but bulls rejected lower prices. The rejection led to the breach of resistance of $31.25 in June 2017. Litecoin never looked back until now.

Also, Litecoin printed a large bullish divergence on the 12-hour RSI. In addition, we can see that volume has come to life ever since the market touched these levels. These indications tell us that buyers are starting to scale in.

The strategy is to buy as close to $22.50 as possible. If the bulls hold this level, our targets are $26.86 and $31.25.

The process may take less than a month.

12-Hour Chart of Litecoin/US Dollar on Bitfinex


As of this writing, the Litecoin/US Dollar pair is trading at $24.01 on Bitfinex.

Summary of Strategy

Buy: As close to $22.50 as possible.

Targets: $26.86 and $31.25.

Stop:$21.50

 

Disclaimer: The writer owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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Trade Recommendation: Dash

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Dash (DASH/USD) appears to be in a freefall. It dropped to as low as $57 on December 6, 2018. At that price, the market was down by over 95% from the 2018 high of $1,400. On the surface, this cryptocurrency looks like it is ready to die. A closer look, however, shows us that Dash is ready to be reborn.

Technical analysis shows that Dash may have bottomed out on December 6. We have several reasons to support this view.

First, we look at the volume of the weeks leading to the drop of $56.

On the week of November 19, Dash printed volume that’s over 174% of its weekly average. More importantly, the volume buzz was the largest that this coin printed since April 2017. Then a couple of weeks later, the market generated volume that’s over 188% of the weekly average. It was also greater than the volume buzz of the week of November 19. All in all, the combined volume of those two weeks screams capitulation.

On top of that, the move down to $56 completed the market cycle. Dash has given up all the gains it made last year. With a clean slate, the smart money can start accumulating at current levels. It looks like they’re already doing that. The sudden volume uptick on December 7 is a  clue that someone is buying in bulk.

The strategy is to buy as close to $56 as possible. It is very likely that the market will revisit that level again soon. If bulls stay above it, then we might see a quick rally to our target of $86.50.

The process may take a month.

Daily Chart of Dash/US Dollar on Kraken

As of this writing, the Dash/US Dollar pair is trading at $70.45 on Kraken.

Summary of Strategy

Buy: As close to $56 as possible.

Target: $86.50

Stop: $53.50

 

Disclaimer: The writer owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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