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Wayne Ryan
Wayne Ryan @goodgoing
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Advice for new copiers: For those who are new to trading, or know little about my own personal style of trading, I can tell you that I use one single indicator called Ichimoku Kinko Hyo and I chart all trades using Metatrader. Saying that, I am not solely a technical trader. Of course I will use any other fundamental resource at my disposal, as well as gut feeling and even intuition. Throughout 2018, my main focus of attention will continue to be the <a href="/markets/gbpusd" class="e-link">$GBPUSD</a> I know this pair very well and I have gained the most experience trading it. I also think that trading Sterling offers some great opportunities as the UK tries to negotiate its way out of the EU. I am not a fan of trading multiple instruments or trading several currency pairs at once. However, there are times when I will hedge pairs against each other. It always amazes me why so many traders split their time and efforts over so many multiple pairs and instruments. I understand that many investors look for diversified accounts to lower their risk. But for me that just increases the risk by increasing the exposure to the probability of an unforeseen event occurring in one or more of those markets. I am also no advocate of &#x27;Grid Trading&#x27;. But at times I will use a form of grid. But I do this as a trade recovery technique, or when trading several time frames at once. I will sometimes use varying trade sizes and leverage to do this and trades are placed at strategic Multiple Time Frame Supports and high probability reversal zones. My particular style of trading often means that the account runs a regular draw down. However, stop losses are always used to limit losses. Since I trade using mainly the upper time frames, these stop losses can often seem quite high, but I rarely extend them beyond the 100% pre-set level. Draw down is the percentage value that the account is running in the red from the total fund available. I like to view it as an overdraft facility. It is the current negative equity because an OPEN trade or net OPEN trades value is running red. Please be aware that it is not the same as the profit percentage figure displayed for a PI. If you are running a draw down and decide to close that trade, then the draw down becomes zero again, assuming you are running no more trades, but the loss then appears on the profit statistics page. So when choosing a PI or when following the progress of your existing PI, please understand that any negative figure for profit, may not necessarily be a loss. e.g (My April Statistic – since I only closed 18 greens and no reds). Please also be aware that draw down is perfectly normal. When a trade is placed, it rarely goes initially in the anticipated direction. That is one reason for using a stop loss. I have worked hard at reducing my risk score and as a result I have restrained draw down below 15%, with a risk of 3 - 5 You need to bear this in mind when setting your stop loss. If a PI is always running a 50% Draw down, you need a bigger copy stop. I recommend 40%. Finally, those with me over a year, 50% of you I think, will know that I am very adept at converting DD back to equity. In fact, I actually prefer the account running red. I just do and it keeps me on the edge and focussed. Over the last 3 years I have traded the Cable <a href="/markets/gbpusd" class="e-link">$GBPUSD</a> from pre brexit referendum values selling right down and buying right back up back up again over a two year period. Losing very few trades. The brexit drop was over 3,000 pips. This recent drop is very small in comparison. A challenge all the same.... Wayne Ryan Trading as <a href="/people/goodgoing" class="e-link">@goodgoing</a> ... Show More
Jay Edward Smith
Jay Edward Smith @jaynemesis
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I am now confident that the bear market in crypto is over, I've discussed my theories on this many times now, but in this post I want to talk about how best to benefit from the potential bull-market upcoming. A trend I noticed in 2017 was that altcoins lag behind Bitcoin usually when trying to find the bottom of a move. For example, when cryptos were all dropping this year, <a href="/markets/btc" class="e-link">$BTC</a> found a bottom on the 4th of Feb, then again on the 30th of March. In contrast <a href="/markets/ethereum" class="e-link">$ETHEREUM</a> found those same bottoms on the 5th of Feb and 30th of March. <a href="/markets/dash" class="e-link">$DASH</a> on the 5th, then 1st. <a href="/markets/xrp" class="e-link">$XRP</a> on the 5th then 1st of April. More importantly than this though, the Altcoins performed much worse than Bitcoin during the bear market. Bitcoin hit the same bottom on the 5th as it did at the end of March, while every other altcoin listed on eToro found new lows in the second dip. Many noticed that I moved a lot of my funds out of altcoins and back do Bitcoin during the first quarter of 2018, this is why. I did the same in my crypto portfolio outside eToro and made substantial gains in Bitcoin terms as a result. So what will happen if we return to a bull market? Well, we can already see that although bitcoin is still leading the moves at the moment, alt-coins are rallying much harder. In my weekly updates for the past few weeks I have mentioned my desire to increase exposure to alts and reduce exposure to Bitcoin. I believe we will see substantial growth in alt-coins especially during the early stages of the rally as they seek to catch up on the losses incurred. This doesn&#x27;t mean we should throw money into any Altcoin, there is a real chance that many Altcoins will never again see the highs they hit in 2017, although I should stress that I believe all cryptos on eToro will again hit their previous highs. The Alts I expect to struggle to reach previous highs are: <a href="/markets/xrp" class="e-link">$XRP</a> - Primarily because it lead the mania and like Verge, IOTA and a handful of other cryptos in 2017 it hit mainstream retail investors, who are most likely to get cold feet and close at a loss, unlikely to re-enter the market for some time. I would not fully rule-out XRP rallying back past previous highs, there have been some good developments in increasing decentralisation of the network, though the tokens are still 93% owned by only 100 wallets. It maybe belongs with Neo in the &quot;I&#x27;m not sure&quot; camp. <a href="/markets/etc" class="e-link">$ETC</a> - I strongly believe Ethereum Classic has little to no intrensic value, this Ethereum fork has since limited it&#x27;s supply to become deflationary and no longer has any active projects being developed using the platform. <a href="/markets/bch" class="e-link">$BCH</a> - Falling victim to very low utility and being proven wrong in the debate surrounding lightning network Bitcoin Cash is in a tough spot. This is made worse by the competition - Dash, who not only offer similar hardware focused scaling solutions (bigger blocks, 2nd layer network using hardware solution) but are also due to release substantial dapps built into the network in mid 2018. <a href="/markets/neo" class="e-link">$NEO</a> is one that I am most unsure about. Like XRP they have centralisation problems and questionable longevity. However there are a growing number of apps being developed on the platform. <a href="/markets/ltc" class="e-link">$LTC</a> is another that I would not be confident enough to place substantial funds in for the rally. Being so closely related to Bitcoin is both a benefit and a curse, they can enjoy the Lightning network, Atomic swaps and a strong history, but with no real unique selling point it&#x27;s unsure if Litecoin can serve a purpose as cryptos begin consolidating over the next few years. <a href="/markets/dash" class="e-link">$DASH</a> <a href="/markets/xlm" class="e-link">$XLM</a> and <a href="/markets/ethereum" class="e-link">$ETHEREUM</a> are the 3 best suited to see strong gains built upon solid foundations during the rally then. These are the 3 cryptos I plan to gradually transition my crypto holdings towards over the coming month, with Dash and Stellar being the two largest positions due to my fears surrounding Ethereum&#x27;s upcoming battle with EOS. Open to hearing opinions, do you think the bear market is over? Who would you pick as the biggest winners during a bull market? ... Show More
锦雄 袁
锦雄 袁 @zsyuan
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@Rsdhexike Hi, Your portfolio is very good,I wish you every success in your investment. ... Show More
Wayne Ryan
Wayne Ryan @goodgoing
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Welcome back. New sell opened on the Cable $GBPUSD. Welcome all new copiers. Please read my bio as it covers some common questions. ... Show More
Wayne Ryan
Wayne Ryan @goodgoing
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Account update. No new trades until after NFP. ... Show More