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nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 07:29:20
Isn’t he adorable? Everyone give a hand for Duckhat and his attempts to participate in the crypto community. He’s such a good sport!
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 08:08:56
Anyways, traded BTC for the first time since last November today. Targeting 37K for the first sell, and top of range around 40K to sell the rest.

Stop loss at 34.5K. Entered 35.5K.

Now 35.9K.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 08:10:22
If we break top of range (confirmation of 424K), I'll convert all of it to $MATIC + WEXpoly and $ETH. My position is 10% of crypto holdings.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 08:10:41
42K, not 424K. But I wouldn't mind the latter, either.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 08:12:07
The strategy is to trade $BTC while we are in a neutral (leaning bearish) market. Then when breakout, convert it to $ETH and $MATIC for the lagging breakout.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 08:22:15
http://uto...hread=88108&time=1624456771165

http://utopiaforums.com/boardthread?id=politics&thread=88083&time=1620455655729

http://utopiaforums.com/boardthread?id=politics&thread=88090&time=1620840035135

http://utopiaforums.com/boardthread?id=politics&thread=88078&time=1620241729329

http://utopiaforums.com/boardthread?id=politics&thread=88112&time=1621363438082

http://utopiaforums.com/boardthread?id=politics&thread=88125&time=1621644815690
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 08:22:21
^previous threads
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 08:22:47
http://uto...hread=88280&time=1624969641605

oh and the last one
Habebe
Member
Tue Jun 29 11:45:15
Its jumped up again.

It seems to have a semi consistent wave lately. If you have the money to play it, but when it goes under x and sell when it goes above y, figure out your X and Y and factor in a few minor costs and bam.

BTC is realistically valued at about 35k lately. It fluctuates from about 29-40k in small wave cycles.

Most of the others seem tonfollow the same wave just at different X and Y values.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 11:57:03
Yep, that's what I've been talking about the ranges.

Buy when others are fearful, sell when they're greedy.

And you can break down the levels discretely to reduce risk. If you look at the levels I posted last week, they've been spot on each time.

No magic here, like I said you can see it all in the volume profile. Price areas where the volume disappears is where the price is unpredictable. Mid-range it moves directionally.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 12:06:01
http://i.imgur.com/FuacIab.png

Here's the levels I have for reference.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Tue Jun 29 13:24:37
Why don't you trade ETH?
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 13:32:10
Nimatzo

http://i.imgur.com/e0JuXri.png

This is why. Gotta roll with the punches while trading and $ETH performance relative to $BTC is poor in bear markets.

I invest in $ETH, but for now I'm trading the stronger asset on a short time frame.

I mentioned this above but I plan on converting any money I make into $ETH+$MATIC.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 13:34:11
Eth had a nice couple days relative to BTC, but I can't rely on Jim Cramer to pump the price everyday. ;)

Once this bear market breaks Ethereum will outperform Bitcoin.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 13:36:46
trading != investing to me.

I'll trade any asset, and put the proceeds into my investments.

Just getting back into the game now, all I've done for about 8 months is DeFi, so I could be a bit rusty. Wouldn't recommend following my moves, especially in a sideways market. To me, it's more about the challenge.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Tue Jun 29 13:48:12
Fair enough, I rode the ETH wave, I am doing some hobby trading :)
Habebe
Member
Tue Jun 29 14:27:42
Perhaps we could make Kramer an offer he can't refuse.....
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 14:32:30
Haha, Habebe. You got mob connections? Jim Cramer has 0 moral compass so he should be pretty easy to extort.

Nice, Nim!
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 15:53:12
Closing my trade, didn't break out. Volume looks like shit. Made 2% gain, I'll take the profits.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 15:54:56
Opened @ $35,587
Closed @ $36,204
Profit @ +1.8%

Fun little day trade. Live to fight another day.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Tue Jun 29 15:55:03
Yea, I did as well.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 15:55:37
I'm okay if I miss the next leg up, it's all about risk management.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Tue Jun 29 15:58:51
This is fun Nhill, we should do it more often :)
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 16:02:20
Keeping an eye on the levels :) Another breakout and I'm in, provided I'm not asleep.
habebe
Member
Tue Jun 29 17:22:23
No mob connections, but I dont think its too difficult to hold someone down and run a circular saw behind their head, I'm that situation the noise alone is enough to give fright.

If they dont take it serious, take a toe.

Then for.good measure throw ima bribe, cant be all stick and no.carrot.
habebe
Member
Tue Jun 29 17:24:42
"Keeping an eye on the levels :) Another breakout and I'm in, provided I'm not asleep."

Start eating Meth with your eggs. Seen it on Martha Stewart, its a good thing.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 17:26:49
Sounds like you got this all under control.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 17:34:14
Let's do it!
Rugian
Member
Tue Jun 29 20:23:38
Y'all niggas need to refresh your market fundamentals.

https://www.merrilledge.com/article/focus-on-time-in-market-not-market-timing
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 21:43:25
I do both, my friend. Also that advice doesn’t apply to assets with massive tail side risk.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 21:44:44
Plus trading has made me >70,000% in crypto over the years. Not an uncommon result.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 21:45:49
Err missed a place value. 7,000%. But 70,000% isn’t out of the question.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 21:48:46
My first coins were around 25 cents. Now worth $35,000… wish I had loaded up back then.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 22:03:16
Actually, I have no idea how to calculate this. Bought and sold so many different times and places. But suffice to say it made enough to live off the interest without putting in more than 5 figures.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 22:12:48
> Also that advice doesn’t apply to assets with massive tail side risk.

To elaborate, the tail side risk of crypto is massive, it can drop 80% very suddenly. I think the record was somewhere around 50% in a single day.

So, I'd rather play it safe and book gains. Often I put my coins in USD tied assets before I go sleep. Saved my ass in this year's crash.

The other thing to think about is you don't have holding tax advantages. It's not like stocks where if you hold 1 year and get a huge discount on the taxes.

Now my stock market investments I do basically buy and hold. I'll adjust sector exposure based on obvious macro trends, but I follow the time in the market advice and don't day trade.

Traditional advice doesn't really apply in crypto, though. It's why boomers suck at crypto.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 22:16:21
Now, would I have been better off over the years just holding those Bitcoins I bought for $0.25?

Yes, most definitely. But risk management is not that simple. For most of Bitcoin's history there was a very real risk of it going to $0.00. Hedging that risk by booking gains was the smart move, even if it didn't pay off monetarily. I didn't have the confidence in it long-term until after the pandemic crash showed the Bitcoin can actually survive a black swan event.

At that point I started holding up until November when I sold it for Ethereum (which I fell in love with by using DeFi).

In the end, people can hate all they want. Call me whatever. The bag I have secured now trumps all those arguments!
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 22:18:25
Bit drunk tonight, typos all over the place. I does not care enough to correct them.
nhill
Member
Tue Jun 29 22:35:07
Nimatzo

I moved my yield farming to Polycat Finance, if you're curious. It's the same liquidity pair as my Wault, the only difference is it auto compounds. I was doing that manually and it got to be a drag.

The pair ($WEXpoly-$MATIC LP) yields about 7,000% a year when compounded. But don't let that fool ya. $WEXpoly is inflationary by design to bootstrap liquidity, so it'll go down in value for a while and balance out those gains. It's a 2-3 month play, once the bootstrap period is over it'll become more scarce and increase in value.

But, in the mean-time, another risk is I'm exposed to a shitload of impermanent loss because $MATIC is not highly correlated with $WEXpoly at this point.

I do think I'll probably make a million bucks on this play if adoption continues, nonetheless, but it's going to be a process with a lot of risk. Thankfully, worst comes to worst, I can unlink my pair and get $MATIC back.

Also I'm putting in the funds from the interest I'm generating in AAVE (not many living expenses current), so that's all I'm risking. Wouldn't bet the family farm on it...
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Wed Jun 30 07:25:47
I appreciate the update. I was going to go into AAEV, but then I got stuck trading. It was all by chance, I converted some BTC to DAI and then something got in the way, when I came back I saw that my DAI was now worth slightly more BTC :) then ETH shot off and I got stuck looking at candle stick graphs. Now been converting DAI <-> BTC on Binance.
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 08:09:35
It can be distracting. :) I do my trading on zapper.fi with the Polygon network. It’s cheaper than Coinbase plus you get to use DeFi and not be beholden to any Coinbase issues or hacks. However, bridging your assets to Polygon can take some gas fees. Wish they had direct withdrawals, but at least gas is cheap.
Habebe
Member
Wed Jun 30 11:59:03
Nhill, Semi off topic.

I have a daughter (5) and two nieces (5 and 2)

So lets say I wanted to leave them some capital that they could use towards schooling, a car, house, start a business etc. When they are older.

Any recomendations or suggestions on that?
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 14:38:04
I actually pay my kids allowance into their personal brokerage accounts. They can also take money out of it.

I recommend my kids a portfolio composition like this for that time frame:

10% Commodities
30% Fixed Income
60% Equities

For commodities, I recommend they go with half cryptocurrency and half rare earth materials ($REMX ETF). Ethereum would be my preference for crypto, but a basket would be even better. But it's so early you'd have to manage it a bit in case something with more traction comes out.

For fixed income, I recommend them going with a combination of $IVOL (inflation hedge) and $LQD (investment grade bonds).

As for equities, the easy route would be to just go with the S&P 500, through something like $VOO. Or something safe like Berkshire Hathaway (Berkshire Hathaway outperforms the S&P 500 every year for something like 50 years now) or Nestle stock.

But on a time frame like that, I wouldn't hesitate to also mix in something like a green energy ($ICLN), AI ($ARKQ), cannabis ($MSOS), or Biotech ETF ($XBI). Theses industries are all but guaranteed to outperform the S&P 500 on your time frame. But I'd make them a smaller overall component. Something like 70% easy money (e.g. $BRK.A/B, $VOO) and 30% moon money (e.g. $ICLN $ARKQ $MSOS $XBI).

That's all advice I would give my children, for informational purposes, and not specific financial advice.

As for how I'd manage their portfolio, I'd use M1 Finance. It makes it super easy to compose a basket without having to put thought into exactly how much to buy. You just give them the %s you want for each and they manage it from there.

They don't have crypto ETFs in the USA yet, so going with something like Coinbase or Sofi as a proxy would suffice. Or you could complicate things and go directly to an exchange, but it's nice to keep things simply and Coinbase/Sofi are reliable proxies for now. You could always add the Ethereum ETF once regulators approve it.

Again, not financial advice, but this is how I think it out for my kids.
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 14:41:54
Example portfolio based on that above:

2.5% $COIN
2.5% $SOFI
5% $REMX
15% $IVOL
15% $LQD
5% $XBI
5% $MSOS
5% $ICLN
5% $ARKQ
15% $VOO
15% $BRK.A

Or if you just want to keep it super simple and are looking for 1 investment, you could just go with the S&P500. I'd prefer to diversify beyond equities to hedge risk, though.
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 14:45:25
Sorry, I meant 20% $VOO & 20% $BRK.B.
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 14:47:07
http://m1.finance/DZI0OE3q8yyg

Since I know there's going to be haters thinking people shouldn't listen to me, I'm going to post my receipts right away.

Here's that portfolio on M1. We can come back to this 15 years later and see how well I did. Also you can use this directly if you'd like. I don't get any benefit from you using it.
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 14:54:27
Oh, sorry, I lied. I didn't realize I actually do get a cut if you sign up and use that portfolio. Apparently we both get $30.

But I don't care or want the money. Feel free to make your own.
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 16:50:15
Damn, ETH looking good now. Eyeing a trade with a nice volume break above $2400.

Would buy $2400, sell half $2650, let the rest run $2900. Would stop loss $2300. That's if we get there.
habebe
Member
Wed Jun 30 17:05:20
Thanks, I skimmed for now, will read later, got half a bottle of moscato in me.
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 17:06:32
Enjoy!

Ethereum vs. PayPal:
http://cdn...6d-1d14a33485e3_2124x1114.jpeg
nhill
Member
Wed Jun 30 22:06:35
No ETH trade for me tonight. Was considering shorting but that’s too much of a pain. Good night fellas
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Thu Jul 01 05:53:38
Nhill
You can’t trade BTC specifically on zapper right? Do you trade it with the wrapped btc?
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 06:05:52
Yeah, wrapped BTC on Polygon. Same price action.
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 06:07:11
I entered a small trade at 33.2K this morning. 32.8K stop loss.

Very small position though, not as confident as the last one.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Thu Jul 01 06:10:58
What time increment do you use for trade signals?
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 08:50:26
Damn I fell asleep with the position open. Out at 33.6, should have been 34.

I’ll explain a bit later.
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 08:56:32
Or actually it would have been 33.8, was reading the chart wrong. Oh well, still turned a profit in some chop.
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 09:12:13
Entry @ 33,235
Exit @ 33,651
Profit @ +1.3%
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 09:28:18
Nim

The short answer is all of them, but when day trading like this the 1 & 5 minute are most useful.

But to set my targets I'll use hourly, day, weekly, and quarterly the most. That's how I find the levels of support and resistance with the volume profile.

When executing a trade I pay attention to trends on the 5 minute chart and if there's something interesting I'll drill into the 1 minute.

From there I just see which side is the bulk of the volume (1 minute is often the best for that, but I also use 5, 15, 30, 45, and 60 charts for trend confirmation).

e.g. if on the 1 minute our dips have twice as much volume than buys, that's my cool that we're about to dump.

In general I look to buy when the price goes down on decelerating volume (or up on accelerating volume if I need confirmation, depends on confidence level). When selling I look for when it's going up on decelerating volume (or down on accelerating volume if I need confirmation, depends on confidence level).

These simple rules tend to work really well in crypto. Probably ~80% of the time the volume tells the story.

I also use the RSI indicator on all time frames to see where we are momentum wise. It's good for spotting oversold or overbought positions.

Bollinger Bands are great for where the trend is, also, and for predicting volatility. When the Bollinger Bands squeeze the price (channel becomes narrower) that usually means a period of high volatility is being primed. It doesn't tell you in which direction, though.

That's pretty much the bulk of the technical analysis I do. There's other indicators I check but 90% of my info comes from what I just posted.
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 09:29:01
> that's my cool that we're about to dump.

err, that's my clue*
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 09:31:03
Oh, another than that's pretty useful is if we test a level a few times. People call that a double/triple bottom. Rarely is a bottom tested a fourth time so buying at a double/triple bottom or selling at a double top is usually good results.

Today we had a double top around 33.8K and that would have been my clue to sell. But I fell asleep.
nhill
Member
Thu Jul 01 09:35:43
Ha, would you look at that. BTC is dumping right after I sold. Sold 33.6, now 33.1. 15 minutes later.

What I've noticed is a lot of other people must use the same techniques as myself. So it might be a self-fulfilling prophecy to a degree.

Not sure how much this works in traditional markets, as I usually hold my stocks for a long time period.
nhill
Member
Fri Jul 02 12:22:58
http://uto...hread=88064&time=1620077290624

Since people (*cough* Rugian *cough*) keep bringing up my investment in crypto which is a complete lie, here's my original thread, and my first comment in these forums in history on investing in Cryptocurrency.

"nhill
Member Mon May 03 12:06:51
I wouldn't personally recommend anyone invest in cryptocurrency or DeFi. It's a risky space. I believe in the technology and vision, but it's very early right now in a Cambrian Explosion of projects. Hard to tell where the dust settles."

I then proceeded to give thoughts on which projects had the most potential, as requested, but I've repeatedly told people to not invest.

BTW 1 $BTC was worth $57,395 when I wrote that, and now it's $33,552. Y'all can stop the accusations now. ;)
nhill
Member
Fri Jul 02 13:09:13
Going to have some fun again today, this time I shorted.

Open @ $33493
Target @ $32700
Stop Loss @ $34100

Using AAVE to short $WBTC. Looking to get another 2% on this one. Not trying to make money, it's a challenging game, and more fun than playing something like Apex imo ;)
nhill
Member
Fri Jul 02 13:10:12
Shorted because we went up hard on decelerating volume, and now it's rolling over.
nhill
Member
Fri Jul 02 17:20:06
Not going to actively monitor this one. Set my stop loss for $34100, going to give it time to develop & log out for the weekend. Not enough volume on weekends to get a good directional sense, anyways, but today's volume was bearish enough for me to let it ride.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Sat Jul 03 04:12:56
Are we going bull?
nhill
Member
Sat Jul 03 09:36:59
Just woke up, looks like I got stopped out. :( Made the wrong call.

It’s hard to tell for me on the weekends as the volume is always relatively low. But price action is bullish. Don’t plan on trading it at this point.
nhill
Member
Sat Jul 03 18:32:05
Couldn't resist after the bomb, back into a short at $34503.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Sun Jul 04 04:56:21
:)
I dropped out at 34900
In 34600

Will get back at 35000
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Sun Jul 04 05:13:20
Tell me UP Oracle, why do you think we are in a downward trend?
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Sun Jul 04 06:39:55
It isn’t very convincing, but there seems to be significantly more volume going up. Though, I know next to nothing about this stuff.
nhill
Member
Sun Jul 04 11:19:47
Haha well I don’t know much more than you. Look at the volume this weekend vs the volume during the week. I’m still shorting because the last weekday volume was bearish.

Weekends are easy to manipulate, so I don’t put much faith in them.

But yea, I agree with your assessment that there’s more bullish volume over the weekend.

I can really only play probabilities, and I’d put around 70% of further downside.

The whales (those with over 1000 BTC) are the ones controlling the prices, and I’m not privy to that game. Do probability is all I got. I’m sticking with my short thesis and scaling in for now. The higher it goes, the more I short. From level to level. I shorted again here at $35,652.
nhill
Member
Sun Jul 04 11:21:52
There’s a 30% chance that I’m wrong and this is the start of New bull run, but again, I highly doubt that. It’s more likely that this is another lower high IMO.
nhill
Member
Sun Jul 04 12:03:18
> Look at the volume this weekend vs the volume during the week.

By that, I mean this:

http://i.imgur.com/l7QUW0V.png

You can see we closed the week with bearish volume, and that not a single candle on the weekend has come close to those levels.
nhill
Member
Sun Jul 04 12:11:17
You can also see what levels I'm shorting at on the chart. If we keep going up, I'm going to short more. I only trade with around 1% of my crypto, so I always have a buffer to scale.
nhill
Member
Sun Jul 04 19:19:46
Here comes the pain :o
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Mon Jul 05 03:54:53
I looked at the volumes more and went in again at 34500, buy order while sleeping.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Mon Jul 05 06:19:00
I didn’t know about weekend volumes.
nhill
Member
Mon Jul 05 07:16:52
It’s all a learning process! That’s why I’ve been shorting all weekend. Wasn’t sure it was going to play out so nicely at the time, but my thesis was in the volume.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Mon Jul 05 07:25:07
Indeed. My hard earned weekend gains are gone :)
nhill
Member
Mon Jul 05 09:26:57
Forgot to document my Friday loss for posterity. ;)

Open @ $33493
Close @ $34100
Profit @ -2%

(lost money on that one)
nhill
Member
Mon Jul 05 09:30:40
Current trade status:

Open @ $34,503
Scaled @ $35,652
Average Price @ $35,077
Target Price @ $32,800
Current Price @ $33,692
Current Profit @ 4.4%

So I'm up 4.4% on this one, but lost 2% on the last, for a total of +2.4% profit on the short play. My target is at $32,800 to close out.
nhill
Member
Mon Jul 05 13:03:23
Covering short @ $35,748
nhill
Member
Mon Jul 05 13:10:29
Err $33,748, obviously (check the chart at my post time).

I think it has further downside, but that was a strong pump from the 33.2K range, so I'm out.

Open @ $35,077
Close @ $33,748
Profit @ 3.9%
nhill
Member
Mon Jul 05 13:16:55
Performance
June 29th-July 5th

BTC: -5.1%
nhill: +5%

I'm feeling good for my first week back (since last November) and BTC being in a sideways pattern.

Going to have to reevaluate my levels. $33,200 had stronger support than I expected. Will run an analysis tonight before coming up with new one.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Tue Jul 06 10:15:09
Well, what did the analyzer say?
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Tue Jul 06 10:22:20
I picture you have some comically impossible machine with a lot of blinking lights, like doctor Balthazar, that prints out scrolls with trade signals.
nhill
Member
Tue Jul 06 12:32:34
Haha it's way more manual than that. Just reviewing the levels I had last week, how they performed, and cross-checking with indicators, then making tweaks.

Will probably write an AI trading bot that takes manual levels as input soon, would be a fun project.

http://i.imgur.com/SUrHqT4.png

^here's my updated levels. Mainly tightened up the overall range as we continue to consolidate, and tweaked the primary inflection point (in yellow, which is the halfway point of the overall range) to be lower. I neglected to move some of my gray dotted lines (the midpoint where I find price action to be less predictable), but you can do the math if curious. On the road now & don't feel like doing it myself :D
nhill
Member
Tue Jul 06 12:37:10
My current plan is to short level to level if the volume matches up with expectations. Price action still looks like a bear market to me. I would like to see good volume >$36K to think about a long position right now.

I don't think dropping to sub 20K is out of the question yet. It's consolidating for a big move either way, could be up or down, but my money would be on down (at this moment).
nhill
Member
Tue Jul 06 12:39:40
DeFi tokens are picking up momentum (e.g. $AAVE $COMP) right now. If you're looking to go long, that would be better than $BTC IMO. But I'm not looking to long anything. Still ~98% cash, and trading with ~1-2%. Might as well extract some alpha while it goes sideways through trading, but overall I'm just harvesting yields.
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 00:47:55
Considering shorting here. Volume not right but price is tempting
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 01:20:18
Short @ 34752
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 08:47:33
My actual target (see levels above) of ~35K was hit and I missed it. Shorted 34.75 because it was 2am and I wanted to sleep, lol. But I’m ok with this entry anyways. I use DEX so I didn’t have access to a limit order.

But here we go! Dipped back to entry before I woke up.
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 10:50:47
Exiting @ 34558

Not seeing the volume I was expecting. Will probably short again today though.
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 10:56:11
Now it's looking better :/ Back in 34530
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 12:50:22
Meh. Decelerating volume now. Out 34583
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 12:54:26
Open @ 34752
Close @ 34558
Profit @ 0.6%

Second trade irrelevant. I lost 0.01% on that one.

Unexpected that the price didn't get pushed down harder with these volume characteristics.

I'm feeling a change. Now my probability would be 60% chance we haven't found a bottom.

I will probably do a long trade next.
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 16:41:24
Hmm, looks like I wasn't patient enough with this move. It was hard for me to get a feel on the volume this time. I need to be more disciplined on my levels, they're working but I'm over-thinking it.
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 17:23:22
Scaling into an ETH long. Small starter position (25% of normal allocation). Will buy the rest if we hit 2280.

Open @ 2319
Stop Loss @ 2250
nhill
Member
Wed Jul 07 17:25:25
I'll still short BTC against my ETH long. Probably if we hit 35K.
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