BTC Moving Average Strategy – Trading Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency on Bityard Exchange

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We discuss a Bitcoin trading moving average strategy using the cross over of the 10 moving average, 20 moving average, 50 moving average, and 100 moving average on a bitcoin chart using Bityard Cryptocurrency Exchange.

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BTC Moving Average Strategy – Trading Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency on Bityard Exchange

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6 comments

  1. When you say enter a trade, do you mean sell? It looks like you’re suggesting to buy high and sell low.

  2. He’s doing margin and going short. He borrows BTC when it’s high and sells it and then when it goes lower, he buys again the same quantity at a discount, returning the initially borrowed BTC and obtaining a profit.

  3. It truly looks good for Ethereum, just imagine how it will look like when the change to POS is done and the system runs smoothly and reliable. The price will go skyhigh

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