Investing Knowledge

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Investing Principles

  • Establish a financial plan Current Section,

  • Start saving and investing today.

  • Build a diversified portfolio.

  • Minimize fees and taxes.

  • Protect against significant losses.

  • Rebalance your portfolio regularly.

  • Ignore the noise.

 

Never Invest More Than You Are Willing To Lose

There's one golden investment rule that you should always keep in mind: Never invest money that you can't afford to lose.

 

Crypto Investing Strategies 

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Setting Investment Goals

Setting short-term, midterm, and long-term financial goals is an important step toward becoming financially secure. If you aren’t working toward anything specific, you’re likely to spend more than you should. You’ll then come up short when you need money for unexpected bills, not to mention when you want to retire. You might get stuck in a vicious cycle of credit card debt and feel like you never have enough cash to get properly insured, leaving you more vulnerable than you need to be to handle some of life’s major risks.

 

Investing & Emotions

No one can control the stock market or exactly how an investment will perform. And that lack of control can lead to making poor (and many times, emotional) investing decisions – like chasing performance, not diversifying, or moving into and out of the market (often at the wrong time).

 

Staying Informed 

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Simple Moving Averages

A simple moving average (SMA) calculates the average of a selected range of prices, usually closing prices, by the number of periods in that range. A simple moving average is a technical indicator that can aid in determining if an asset price will continue or if it will reverse a bull or bear trend.

 

n Elliott Wave Theory, the traditional definition of motive wave is a 5 wave move in the same direction as the trend of one larger degree. There are three different variations of a 5 wave move which is considered a motive wave: Impulse wave, Impulse with extension, and diagonal.

 

20 EMA - 20-day moving average

The 20 EMA is the best moving average for daily charts because price follows it most accurately during a trend. The price that is above the 20 can be considered as bullish and below as bearish for the current trend.

 

BscScan

BscScan is the leading blockchain explorer for the Binance Smart Chain, built by the same team behind Etherscan. Besides tracking transactions, verifying smart contracts and other features, BscScan is also the leading validator for BSC.

 

Bearish Indicators

A bullish divergence occurs when prices fall to a new low while an oscillator fails to reach a new low. ... Bearish divergences signify potential downtrends when prices rally to a new high while the oscillator refuses to reach a new peak.

 

Bear Trap

A bear trap is a technical pattern that occurs when the price action of a stock, index, or another financial instrument incorrectly signals a reversal from a downward trend to an upward trend. A technical analyst might say that institutional traders try to create bear traps as a way of tempting retail investors to take long positions. If the institutional trader is successful, and the price moves higher briefly, it gives the institutional traders the ability to unload larger positions of stock that would otherwise push prices much lower.

 

Bollinger Bands

Bollinger Bands® are a trading tool used to determine entry and exit points for a trade. The bands are often used to determine overbought and oversold conditions. Using only the bands to trade is a risky strategy since the indicator focuses on price and volatility, while ignoring a lot of other relevant information.

 

Bullish Technicals

Technical Indicators of a Bull Trend. Before getting into the specifics of technical analysis, it's important to understand the difference between bullish indicators and bullish patterns. ... A pattern or indicator that tends to appear when prices are getting ready to move higher is referred to as a bullish one.

 

Bull Trap

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Candles Red & Green

The candlestick's shadows show the day's high and low and how they compare to the open and close. A candlestick's shape varies based on the relationship between the day's high, low, opening and closing prices.

 

Chart Patterns

Chart patterns are lines and shapes drawn onto price charts in order to help predict forthcoming price actions, such as breakouts and reversals. They are a fundamental technical analysis technique that helps traders use past price actions as a guide for potential future market movements.

 

Crypto Winter

It's a cycle that has come to be called “crypto winter.” In October and November 2013, bitcoin rose 10-fold and then fell 87% through January 2016. In 2017, the price rose nearly 20 times, and then fell 84% over the next year. It didn't recover its previous high until late 2020.

 

Death Cross

The death cross is a technical chart pattern indicating the potential for a major sell-off. The death cross appears on a chart when a stock’s short-term moving average crosses below its long-term moving average. Typically, the most common moving averages used in this pattern are the 50-day and 200-day moving averages.

 

Dollar-cost averaging (DCA)

Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) is a strategy where an investor invests a total sum of money in small increments over time instead of all at once. The goal is to take advantage of market downturns without risking too much capital at any given time.

 

Dominance Chart

Bitcoin Dominance is simply an indicator that demonstrates the percentage of Bitcoin's market cap relative to the entire market cap. – When Bitcoin dominance is high, it indicates that Bitcoin's market cap is relatively larger compared to that of other altcoins, and vice versa.

 

Fear & Greed Index

The fear and greed index is a tool used by some investors to gauge the market. It is based on the premise that excessive fear can result in stocks trading well below their intrinsic values while, at the same time, unbridled greed can result in stocks being bid up far above what they should be worth.

 

Fibonacci Retracement Tool

The Fibonacci retracement tool plots percentage retracement lines based upon the mathematical relationship within the Fibonacci sequence. These retracement levels provide support and resistance levels that can be used to target price objectives.

 

Golden Cross

A golden cross is a technical chart pattern indicating the potential for a major rally. The golden cross appears on a chart when a stock's short-term moving average crosses above its long-term moving average. The golden cross can be contrasted with a death cross indicating a bearish price movement.

 

Hash Ribbons

Hash Ribbons is a long-term signal that is used to indicate macro bottoms on the bitcoin price chart. Analysis of its historical effectiveness suggests it is an important indicator for identifying a buying opportunity.

 

Heikin-Ashi Candlestick

Heikin-Ashi is a candlestick pattern technique that aims to reduce some of the market noise, creating a chart that highlights trend direction better than typical candlestick charts. The downside to Heikin-Ashi is that some price data is lost with averaging, which could affect risk.

 

Indicators & Patterns

Stock chart patterns are lines and shapes drawn onto price charts in order to help predict forthcoming price actions, such as breakouts and reversals. They are a fundamental technical analysis technique that helps traders use past price actions as a guide for potential future market movements.

Technical Indicators are the often squiggly lines found above, below and on-top-of the price information on a technical chart. Indicators that use the same scale as prices are typically plotted on top of the price bars and are therefore referred to as “Overlays”.

 

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MACD - Moving Average Convergence Divergence 

Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) is a trend-following momentum indicator that shows the relationship between two moving averages of a security's price. Traders use the MACD to identify when bullish or bearish momentum is high in order to identify entry and exit points for trades.

 

Mayer Multiple

The Mayer Multiple was created by Trace Mayer as a way to analyse the price of Bitcoin in a historical context. It does NOT tell whether to buy, sell or hold. The Mayer Multiple is the multiple of the current Bitcoin price over the 200-day moving average.

 

Market Cap

Crypto market capitalization is the total value of a cryptocurrency. Where stock market capitalization is calculated by multiplying share price times shares outstanding, crypto market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the price of the cryptocurrency with the number of coins in circulation.

 

Moving Averages

A moving average is a technique to get an overall idea of the trends in a data set; it is an average of any subset of numbers. ... For example, if you have sales data for a twenty-year period, you can calculate a five-year moving average, a four-year moving average, a three-year moving average and so on.

 

On-Chain Metric

This on-chain metric measures how many coins have recently moved addresses multiplied by the number of days since they last moved. Although the movement of old tokens is not necessarily a leading price indicator, it has led to spikes in volatility over the last few months.

 

Resistance

Resistance, or a resistance level, is the price at which the price of an asset meets pressure on its way up by the emergence of a growing number of sellers who wish to sell at that price.

 

RSI - Relative strength index

Relative strength index (RSI) is a momentum indicator that indicates overbought or oversold situations of an asset or cryptocurrency. Simply put, RSI is an oscillator that calculates high and low bands between two opposite values, while estimating the magnitude of price variation and the speed of these variations.

 

Stock-to-Flow

What Is the Stock-to-Flow Model? The stock-to-flow model takes a simpler approach to predicting value changes. It measures the current stock of an asset against the flow of new production or how much is mined in a year. A higher ratio indicates more scarcity, which in turn indicates a higher value.

 

Stock to Flow Bitcoin

Stock is the existing supply of Bitcoin in circulation. Flow refers to the number of tokens mined in a year. Instead of the SF ratio, the supply growth rate is also used.

 

Support

A support line is used in technical analysis to determine a price level through which an asset is unlikely to pass. ... In a long position, a support line shows the lowest price the asset should fall to and in a short position it shows the highest price it should rise to.

 

Time Charts

Multiple time frame analysis follows a top down approach when trading and allows traders to gauge the longer-term trend while spotting ideal entries on a smaller time frame chart. After deciding on the appropriate time frames to analyze, traders can then conduct technical analysis using multiple time frames to confirm or reject their trading bias.

 

Trading vs Investing

Investing is long-term and involves lesser risk, while trading is short-term and involves high risk. Both earn profits, but traders frequently earn more profit compared to investors when they make the right decisions, and the market is performing accordingly.

 

Trend Indicators  

Trend indicators tell you which direction the market is moving in, if there is a trend at all. They're sometimes called oscillators, because they tend to move between high and low values like a wave.

 

Visible Range - VPVR

Visible Range (VPVR)
it comes next to price levels as a histogram. VPVR automatically shows the volume traded in the price level from the candles shown on the screen. if you change or go back and forth in your price action's time period, the volume profile visible range or VPVR will change.