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$GOLD $EURUSD $EURGBP $FB (Facebook) $ETHEREUM $XRP $BTC $ETHEREUM Este mes cumplo un año en EToro y en este periodo he aprendido y adquirido gran experiencia en el trading estudiando, siguiendo movimientos de expertos y sobre todo creando mis propios analisis y teorias de movientos. No soy experto, para nada! Pero mi aprendizaje se ha reflejado en mis operaciones. He perdido mucho dinero como todos pero tambien he ganado y mi % anual es sin duda, para alguien inexperto, muy respetable. Pero tambien he aprendido lo siguiente: 1) Este foro social es un desorden integrado por gran cantidad de personas que comentan solo basura sin fundamentos ni analisis de ningun tipo, solo basados en su "yo pienso", "yo creo", "guys what do you think?", subira?, bajara?, etc. Realmente es molesto y estresante (con el tiempo) ver el mismo tipo de preguntas repetitivas una y otra y otra vez. Existe, por otro lado, personas con buenos fundamentos y analisis que comparten de manera discreta y prudente sus teorias e informacion. Es un gusto leerlos y que aporten informacion UTIL. 2) Existen traders (muy conocidos algunos) que todos los dias comparten sus teorias, pensamientos y movimientos de portafolio al publico en general y/o dirijidos a sus Copiers. Sin embargo, muchos de estos no han sido siempre los mas certeros. He copiado a varias personas y despues de un tiempo he decidido dejar de hacerlo por que al final de los resultados mis movimientos y/u operaciones han sido mas lucrativas. Algunos traders son como los entrenadores de gimnasio, creen que sus teorias y analisis son los correctos y tratan de una manera indirecta imponer a sus seguidores y copiadores a ello. Incluso algunos de los mas conocidos han estado cometiendo errores catastroficos ultimamente llevandose con ellos las inversiones de sus copiadores. Prefiero perder yo mi dinero bajo mis decisiones a que lo haga alguien que escribe mas de lo que proyecta en resultados. Al final, las excusas y pretextos para justificar sus fallas y perdidas son suficientes para algunos de sus conformistas copiadores. Aclaro, he copiado, dejado de copiar y seguire copiando a algunos pero bajo mis analisis y segun sus movimientos e inversiones, no por lo que publican todos los dias en sus "Good morning dear copiers and followers...". Es siemplemente invertir en ellos para tomar ventaja y provecho de sus posiciones e inversiones. 3) Desde empece a ignorar y dejar de seguir consejos de los foros y publicaciones mi nivel de exito en el trading mejoro notablemente. 4) Un perfil privado no te hace ignorante ni experto. No es obligacion exponer tus movimientos, inversiones, operaciones, etc. al publico en general. Las personas con perfiles privados deben respetarse y no ofender, menospreciar ni discriminar sus opiniones o comentarios. En ocasiones sus comentarios son mas acertados y logicos que de algunos perfiles con -100% o traders conocidos que lo creen saber todo. Hace 3 mese cambie mi perfil a Privado por motivos de discrecion, seguridad, privacidad y sobre todo por que no es asunto de nadie si gano o pierdo. 5) Si quieres tener exito en tu trading (no hacerte millonario) ESTUDIA, LEE, ANALIZA, OBSERVA, TOMA ENCUENTA y has tu propio RESEARCH. Google es un gran amigo de la informacion y existen grandes sitios con mucha informacion de gran utilidad y valor. No pretendo ofender a nadie con mis palabras, si algunos se ofenden lo siento, no lo tomen personal. Es solo lo que pienso y estoy seguro que MUCHOS en la comunidad comparten mis opiniones. 6 reglas a seguir que me han ayudado a mejorar y tener exito: 1- No agregar mas riesgo a una operacion en perdida. 2- No seas el primero en brincar del barco, tampoco el primero en abordar. 3- Piensa en los fundamentos, gestiona los analisis tecnicos. 4- No inviertas todo en una sola operacion, empieza con pequeños lotes de y aumenta si la operacion es exitosa. Es mejor 10 X $100 que 1 x $I'000. Puedes cerrar algunas con utilidad y dejar correr otras. 5-Tu analisis debe ser simple. 6- La posicion mas complicada por lo general es la correcta. Adicional, no compres en la cima, no vendas en el hoyo, si no todo lo contrario... es mejor un poco de verde a un mar en rojo... ... Translate
⚙️ An interesting Reddit post about $XRP ⚙️ : A LOT of unfounded hate and downvoting of Ripple-related posts in here. Some people even put-down Ripple for their massive 29 million dollar schools donation this week. Ripple is going to change the financial world, while many of you sit here in deep eventual regret on the anti-XRP bandwagon. If you’re open minded to the opportunity staring you in the face, and you haven’t let this subreddit’s hate for XRP permeate your decision making process, here are the facts.... ○Ripple is backed by Google. ○XRP continues to be added to many new exchanges, five this week. ○Ripple is signing one bank (minimum) per week. ○Western Union will be going live with xRapid implementation very soon. ○Moneygram and Santander to follow with Ripple and XRP powered apps. ○8000 South Korean retail outlets just approved XRP purchases. ○SBI Exchange launch is imminent. There will be a very substantial increase when this Ripple powered Exchange launches and liquidity will vastly increase. The Japanese love Ripple, almost as much as the Koreans. ○MoneyTap backed by SBI App soon to be released and will link to over 60 Japanese banks. This is massive. ○You can now text message XRP directly peer to peer. Game changing. Watch as communication and social media companies take notice over the coming months. The idea is likely to be bought, upgraded and implemented. ○Pressure is on Coinbase to add new assets, despite what they say about anything. They’ve got smokescreens for their smokescreens. Smart, huge-money-making opportunity if Coinbase adds XRP, as the market demands it. I still feel this will happen very soon, without a prior announcement...and the listing alone will send the value of XRP north at 400% minimum on the day it is listed. ○Public opinion: Ripple is becoming a trusted and respected name in the financial world. Many people in the forum barrack hard against Ripple, like the success of their football team depends on it - white noise. This is a currency, not a team or something you cheer against. Financial media now respects the Ripple brand and the team. Ripple is now an integral part and a respected opinion within the ongoing conversation. ○Huge donations to needy causes that tap into public emotions do wonders for sentiment towards specific companies and assets. Ripple accomplished instrinsic and extrinsic goals with the 29 million dollar donation to over a million school kids. Incredible! ○Ripple has an all-star team of people who have left very high-paying, lucrative, top of the table positions at world leading companies to work for them. These people are highly intelligent, they can see the potential...they’re not looking at the price of the stock, instead they have their sights set on the success of Ripple many years into the future. That is what you want to see with any company you invest in. ○Over 300 people across the world go to work for Ripple each day with the sole intention of making the brand bigger, generating and maintaining relationships and solving an actual real world problem that will save banks and financial institutions millions. Millions that those banks can then reinvest, grow their own brand with, pay their shareholders with or donate to worthy causes. ○Brad Garlinghouse and David Schwartz are as docile as a couple of Hindu cows. Do they look worried? When they talk, people listen. These two know what’s up, and the current price means nothing compared to what their end-game will do for the financial world and the value of XRP. ○Ripple are sitting on billions of XRP. It is a core part of their interests to ensure their own asset continues to gain value. Go ahead and say “But banks won’t use XRP” or “Centralized scam coin”. No one gives a shit. But you will in a year’s time, when back in March 2018 you passed on XRP at two for a dollar! Ask yourself, is there another digital asset or cryptocurrrency that is even close to being in the vicinity of what Ripple and XRP are currently achieving? In all seriousness, it’s like comparing surbuban lemonade stands to Coca-Cola. Most (not all) of other coins are doing nothing, offering nothing, achieving nothing...while Ripple continue to deliver, day after day. For mine, it doesn’t get any more promising. Ripple are laying the foundation for other crypto currencies, paving the way for the success of legitimate digital assets and showing us all how the system needs to change in order for acceptance and mainstream adoption to take place. <a href="/markets/btc" class="e-link">$BTC</a> <a href="/markets/ethereum" class="e-link">$ETHEREUM</a> <a href="/markets/xlm" class="e-link">$XLM</a> <a href="/markets/etc" class="e-link">$ETC</a> <a href="/markets/neo" class="e-link">$NEO</a> <a href="/markets/nvda" class="e-link">$NVDA (NVIDIA Corporation)</a> ...
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$XRP Ripple (XRP) – Everything Comes After Cobalt, Including 1-second Transmissions By David Robledo - March 27, 201813809 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Ripple (XRP) – XRP HODrs have been keeping their fingernails nice and trim, munching on their tips as they wait and wonder when the dozens of projects that the Ripple company has in the pipeline for XRP will come to fruition. When will Western Union announce if it will be using XRP for cross border payments? When will MoneyGram do the same? Will Santander be the first bank to launch a mobile XRP app at scale, enabling individuals to execute cross border transactions and payments with the touch of an icon? There’s a reason that announcements of XRP going live are in a hiatus, and that’s probably because the Ripple company is waiting for a major consensus update for XRP to be executed—the little talked about but much anticipated algorithm update that XRP architects are right now working on, and for which they submitted a new white paper published by the Cornell University computer science repository titled “Cobalt: BFT Governance in Open Networks” by Ethan MacBrough—a crypto architect who works for the Ripple company and who has the future speed of XRP apparently in his hands. Page at Cornell University’s computer science publication repository. With the Cobalt algorithm, XRP’s speed and dependability dramatically increases, reducing the speed for an XRP cross-border transaction to as little as 1 second—that’s up to 75 percent faster than the existing 3 to 4 seconds it takes for an XRP cross-border transaction to close. Although the speed of cryptocurrency gets the headlines, probably the most exciting aspect of the Cobalt update is that it greatly improves the reliability of the decentralized nature of XRP—taking it far beyond the current decentralization protocol of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other block chain currencies. With the update, XRP transactions will be highly stable even in the presence of malicious actors. According to the paper, Cobalt will provide XRP with an atomic broadcast algorithm “that works in networks with non-uniform trust and no global agreement on participants, and is probabilistically guaranteed to make forward progress even in the presence of maximal faults and arbitrary asynchrony”. This improvement in forward progress is important because it will greatly increase the flow of XRP, reducing the potential for XRP transactions to get stuck. Getting stuck is a term that describes a stall in the XRP system, generally a very short stall that is in not permanent, but that could last a second or two. However, with the goal of transforming the banking industry’s cross-border payment system, XRP must be in the best situation possible to ensure the smooth flow of cross border payments. Thus the transition to the Cobalt algorithm is essential. When Cobalt goes live, you can bet that any announcements that bank and financial institutions are going to make about going live with XRP will finally happen. SLOW-DOWN VS. STOPPAGE It’s probably happened to you a hundred times. You run your credit card, but the transaction doesn’t go through. The clerk asks you to try your card again. You look at the card, rub it on your pants to clean the strip, and then your card magically now works. You’re thinking the magnetic strip was dirty, but more than likely, the transaction system had stopped. With the Cobalt algorithm for XRP, the system should never stop. When there are transmission delays because of a lack of consensus voting, the XRP system will then simply slow down. This feature of Cobalt then adds a great deal of security to financial systems that plan to use XRP in cross border payments and other financial transactions. So though many have talked about XRP missing the boat with a lightening upgrade, the fact is probably that the Ripple company didn’t see lightening as an innovative or effective improvement as Cobalt would be. For those wondering when XRP use case will start to come, you should probably stop looking for headlines announcing business partnerships. Because once Cobalt goes live, there’s pretty much no stopping the use of XRP in the financial industry. According to an inside source for oracletimes.com, the Cobalt update is coming extremely soon—which means basically that we’re not sure exactly when it’s going to happen. But if our source is correct, it will happen in the next few days, in the next few weeks, or maybe even in the next few months. More important than when however is that Ripple’s crypto architects are working day in and day out, night and day, to make Cobalt a reality. And when this Cobalt update finally happens, watch out, because things are going to get crazy for the Ripple company’s use-case adoption for XRP. ...