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So, I was wondering how you do trading?

1. Which exchanges you use and why?

2. Proces... so first you screen the coins, how? You get signals from somewhere? Where? Telegram groups? Is it reliable? You pay? After screening the coins then proceed to technical analysis or chart analysis? You do daily trading, scalping, swing... what is your method and why?

Thanks for answers.

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29 minutes ago, direktor1977 said:

So, I was wondering how you do trading?

1. Which exchanges you use and why?

2. Proces... so first you screen the coins, how? You get signals from somewhere? Where? Telegram groups? Is it reliable? You pay? After screening the coins then proceed to technical analysis or chart analysis? You do daily trading, scalping, swing... what is your method and why?

Thanks for answers.

Nice question! But as a newbie, you need to learn in piece-mill

1. I use Bitget. Why? The exchange gives me different trading options with ease of navigation and low trading fee. I started with copy-trading ( copying elite traders trading positions) while still learning TA

2. To scree coins, I use TA tools on Bitget. One of the reasons I love the exchange. It has various TA tools integrated into the chart on the exchange mostly using 4H tf. Some traders however have trading group on other socials like TG and whatsapp (both paid and free).

I usually do more of swing-trading 

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