Articles About The BitCoin and AltCoin Industry

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Identifying Wedge Patterns on Market Graphs for Bitcoin Investing

One of the first things you'll see when you go to the website of a digital currency exchange is a graph of a currency's performance over a current period of time. While it's easy enough to see at a glance general upward and downward trends, there are also nuances and patterns investors should be aware of. Coin Pursuit has therefore created a series of articles to help new investors spot and interpret these patterns. As an installment of that series, this article will examine the “wedge”...

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A Bitcoin Trader's Look at Market Graph Gaps

Of all the patterns that can form on an exchange chart that tracks the value of a type of digital currency, there's one that seems to cause more heart-stopping alarm among new investors than any other. That's the Gap pattern, and today, we're gonna take a closer look at just what makes those happen, and what they mean. This article is part of a series created by the experts at Coin Pursuit, with the express purpose of helping our readers become the best-informed investors they can. First,...

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The Trickiness of Triple Tops and Bottoms for Bitcoin Traders

Just as in any other specialized field, digital currency markets have their own lingo, and newcomers can have a tough time navigating through some of the terms initially. This is especially true when it comes to identifying and interpreting patterns that can form on market exchange charts. It's our goal at Coin Pursuit to educate our readers, and in that spirit we're devoting an entire series of articles to the names and effects of these visual patterns. In this article, we'll be looking at...

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Interpreting the Rounding Bottom Chart Pattern for Bitcoin Traders

Just as astronomers have constellations and architects have blueprints, the investment and trading industry has patterns to interpret and follow. As part of our mission to have the best-informed readers in the digital currency game, Coin Pursuit has dedicated several articles to the unique patterns that can form on market value charts. After all, their Christmas-tree colors may be pretty to look at, but otherwise they're meaningless to the new investor without someone to tell them what they...

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Identifying and Interpreting Triangle Chart Patterns for Bitcoin Trading

Have you ever taken a good look at the charts they post on digital currency exchanges? Beyond the general up and down trend lines, it can be confusing to interpret the shapes and patterns as they form. Coin Pursuit is devoting a series of articles designed to clarify how to detect those patterns, and how to interpret and react to them once they appear. This time around, we'll take a look at the three types of triangle chart patterns and what they mean to your currency's value. Generally...

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Flag and Pennant Chart Patterns for Bitcoin Investing

To be a successful investor in alternative currency, there's no requirement that says you have to be a financial guru—but it does work in your favor to be able to pinpoint and interpret patterns on market value charts, and identify the trends they represent. We're investors at Coin Pursuit, too—and we're here to help our readers make the best-informed choices with their investments as we possibly can. Part of that mission includes our article series on market chart patterns. As a part of that...

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How Bitcoin Traders are Interpreting a Cup and Handle Graph Pattern

Part of the challenge when it comes to investing is reading the charts that reflect the fluctuations in a given market; this is just as true of digital currency as it is with any other stock or commodity. Coin Pursuit is dedicated to helping new investors make sense of the charts they'll see on exchange pages, and this article is written in that spirit. Today, we'll be taking a look at the “cup and handle” pattern that can form over time on such a graph. First, let's start with an...

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Double Top and Double Bottom Chart Patterns for Bitcoin Traders

Making an initial investment in digital currency like Bitcoin (BTC) isn't rocket science; you buy the currency at a reasonable price, and there you have it. However, it's what happens afterward that can make the difference between a sound and unsound investment. At Coin Pursuit, we realize that making heads or tails out of the charts you find on some exchanges can be confusing to some. In order to clear that confusion, we're devoting articles to chart interpretation. This time around, we're...

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How Bitcoin Traders are Interpreting a Head and Shoulders Graph Pattern

At Coin Pursuit, we've often offered the advice to Bitcoin (and all digital currencies) investors to not overreact to daily fluctuations in price. It's always best to step back and take a look at performance over a period of time; not only will you get a better idea how how your currency is doing, you'll also be able to pinpoint when the best times are to buy and sell. Today, we're going to discuss a typical trend line that can form on a graph over time, known as the “head and shoulders”...

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Interpreting a Candlestick Chart for e-Currency Traders

The fluctuations in the alternative currency markets can be robust—especially in a young industry that's subject to volatility as it strives to reach maturity and stability. As an investor in cryptocurrency, it's to your advantage to keep an eye on these fluctuations and trends in order to maximize your investment. The best way to do that is to monitor a digital currency exchange that offers real-time charts that show a given currency's performance. Most exchanges employ what's known as a...

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