If you're serious about trading cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies are the new kid on the block, and for the unwary can mean only one thing - loss. And losing is made even more painful by the volatility and speed with which prices for all cryptocurrencies move. Knowing where and when to buy and when to sell, can be a lottery. So what's the answer? The iconic traders of the past new a thing or two - not about these new currencies perhaps, but simply how to see 'inside the market' and the associated buying and selling. Which is where volume and price step in and put you firmly on the right side of the market.
It was good enough for them
So, what do Charles Dow, Jesse Livermore, and Richard Ney have in common? They used volume and price to anticipate where the market was heading next, and so built their vast fortunes. For them, it was the ticker tape, for us it is the trading screen. The results are the same and can be for you too, even in this new market
What you'll discover
The book takes the volume price analysis principles, and using over 100 worked examples for all the major cryptocurrencies, walks you through, step by step with clear annotated charts and supported with a full explanation of the price action and associated volume. Here you will see accumulation, distribution, selling climaxes, buying climaxes, stopping volume, topping volume and tests all at work. So if you're trading Bitcoin, or perhaps looking for an Ethereum price prediction, this will answer these questions for you and many more, giving you the confidence to trade and invest in these new and exciting markets
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A Complete Guide To Volume Price Analysis. The book explains all you need to know from first principles, and how to apply this powerful methodology to any market, even cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and many more. As traders, investors, and speculators, all we are trying to do is to forecast where the market is heading next. Is there any better way than to use the only two leading indicators we have at our disposal, namely volume and price?