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    • Hello, newbie. hope you are doing well. So what are your interests? Forex or Stock market? Are you trader?
    • I think " Follow a disciplined investment approach " this is also good point which every trader should consider for their trading.
    • what is automatized signals?  im just searching for providers cus im new to the signal scene.  recently joined a provider called fxsignalpremier for free signals. but do you know more?
    • IOTA trading: IOTA Trends in a Falling Channel, Will Price Break Up?   IOTA Price Analysis – April 21   With the current market condition, this cryptocurrency may reverse the trend after reaching a solid support level which may be followed by a break-up. If otherwise, the market could further trend in a channel. As of the time of writing, IOTA is down by 3% with a market cap valuation of $846 million.   IOTA/USD Market   Key Levels: Resistance levels: $0.33, $0.36 Support levels: $0.28, $0.27   After the April 2 shock-wave, IOTA trading has been following a bearish sentiment. Meanwhile, the sellers have been gaining control ever since. The bearish reverse move is revealed on the 4-hours RSI. For the past seven days now, the price action has been moving between the range of $0.32 and $0.3 price levels.   While consolidating, IOTAUSD market is currently indecisive. A surge in volatility is likely to play out. Still respecting a falling channel, a bearish surge could slump price to $0.28 support level and below. On the other hand, a bullish surge is likely to meet resistance levels at $0.33 and above.   However, a significant break above the channel could set price on an upward movement. Looking at the RSI, it appeared a slow rise is converging.   IOTA/BTC Market As appeared on the medium-term perspective, IOTABTC value has significantly dropped; losing about twenty percent in the past three weeks of trading. Selling pressure is dramatically approaching 5400 SAT support.   Following a bearish sentiment, the cryptocurrency has remained within the range of a channel trend. On the 4-hours RSI indicator, the slope move is revealed below the 50 level after the sharp fall in early April. A cross above the 50 level could lead to a bullish move. If such a scenario occurs, the potential resistance level to look for is 6180 SAT and above.   Maintaining a trend between the ranges of the channel could further position the market in a bearish scenario. As of now, the 50 level of the RSI remains a defensive line for the bears.     Please note: insidebitcoins.com is not a financial advisor. Do your own research before investing your funds in any financial asset or presented product or event. We are not responsible for your investing results.   How to buy Bitcoin with Paypal:  https://insidebitcoins.com/buy-cryptocurrency/buy-bitcoin-paypal   Best brokers for 2019:  https://insidebitcoins.com/forex-brokers      
    • Hi All. I'm reaching out to see if anybody here reads or uses the DOM to use as an indicator after they see a trade they want to enter. When a entry is found that meets my rules, I want to get some tips to be able to have a look at the DOM to see if there may be a high likelihood of getting stopped out or not. Keep in mind - I'm not staring at the DOM all day, I use it as an extra layer of confirmation. If I'm going short, I'd like to see buyers on the bid not be too heavy, otherwise they could spike the price up and tick me out.  I also want to see a decent amount of sellers on the offer, who will act in my favour and provide some sort of resistance to keep me in the trade. If anybody could provide me some additional information I would much appreciate it, perhaps how you go about it, or even certain conditions on the DOM that may indicate a "No trade Zone" or be a signal to not take that trade even if you see a setup that is tradeable. Thanks.
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