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  1. That is correct. You're like a child at the grocery who wants to purchase all the candy if you don't have a trade plan. A trading strategy does not prevent you from taking risks; rather, it assists you in taking measured risks.
  2. All I can do is point you in the right direction. It's a choice you must make on your own. As a newbie, start with little amounts of money and trade on a demo account until you've made enough errors to learn from. Charts, support and resistance levels, moving averages, candlesticks, and other concepts are covered. Examine your trading system to see whether it makes sense.
  3. I completely agree with you, as I discovered the hard way. After a decade of trading and few stop outs, I now only risk 3-4 percent of my capital and usually do 1 percent.
  4. I'd like to be able to download a scalper EA for real money.
  5. This is the most crucial lesson someone can learn. You will be disappointed with the results if you continue to invest in things in the top 20 in the hopes that one day they will have a larger marketcap than ETH, and that is what you base your calculations on before investing. There will never be an ETH killer because ETH is ETH and anything that comes close to it will never be the same. Concentrate on identifying items that would be good on their own; ETH isn't required. Personally, I prefer a few coins and tokens that I do not feel will be worth more than ETH, but even if they aren't, they will be good enough.
  6. For the time being, none. I believe this is just the start of the declines, image the almighty LUNA dropping to the $50 area, if you have some cash now, put it into a stable currency and purchase back later, now is not the time to acquire alt currencies.
  7. Bitcoin, as we may know, has yet to embrace mass adoption and is still an undervalued asset class. However, before this mass adoption can occur, a series of events such as pestilence such as the Corona virus, high inflation rates, wars, and economic sanctions that could cause some fiat currencies to lose their value due to economic sanctions imposed on some countries may occur. One example is the recent sanctions imposed on Russia, which have caused the Russian ruble's value to fall, prompting some investors to look for alternative ways to hedge their funds in asset classes such as Bitcoin and other digital assets. The Effect of a Bitcoin Donation to Ukraine [1.] Bitcoin and ETH donations and support for Ukraine have had a significant impact and have increased mass adoption. [2.] The recent increase in demand for Bitcoin to support Ukraine caused the price of Bitcoin to rise slightly. [3.] It has also increased interest in Bitcoin adoption, causing people who may not have heard of Bitcoin or transacted in Bitcoin to purchase Bitcoin in order to lend support or donate money to help the people of Ukraine survive. [4.] These will also pique the interest of some countries' government authorities, who will look for ways and pass laws to regulate bitcoin in their respective countries, making Bitcoin more accessible to their citizens. [5.] With the recent sanctions imposed on Russia, some countries will begin to see Bitcoin as a store of value and alternative means of transaction in order to avoid potential sanctions and thus use Bitcoin for international transactions or even adopt Bitcoin as legal tender, as El Salvador has. In conclusion, while the Ukraine invasion has had a negative impact on the people of Ukraine and its residents, it has also had a significant impact on the mass adoption and aweness of Bitcoin.
  8. Is this indicator applicable to any pair and timeframe? Or it has a more specific application.
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