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Start the day, BTC is showing as up 342 points so the day must start at 10pm the previous evening?

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29 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

Start the day, BTC is showing as up 342 points so the day must start at 10pm the previous evening?

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Yeh same as fx. 

Eth seeing those flows now as expected. 

Trade idea: get into bitcoin onthe start of a rallythenwhen it stabilises shift to ETH. Seems fairly cyclical move.

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BTC having problems getting above 8095, the others are leaving it behind.

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BTC struggled to get off the mark today while Ether was the star performer percentage chance.

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All red now, BTC stabilised and ranging between 7080 and 7331. Either, Ripple, Neo and Stellar down around 8%.

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BTC retesting the bottom of the recent range following the drop early this morning, now down 623 points.

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@TrendFollower,  all through the second half of 2017 and the first half of 2018 I posted regular throughout the day on BTC simply because it was not only interesting but exciting.

I see you have used this thread to try to get someone to show you how to trade, as well as the crypto halving thread and the gold thread, I suggest you look for a mentor.  

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Didn't know this had come round again, I remember posting a comment from the then head of SEC over a year ago that as he saw it there could be no approval for bitcoin etf because of a fundamental concern that wasn't going to go away anytime soon, but I can't remember what it was 😳

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BTC tried to break down through 7505 but since recovered somewhat, all red still.

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