The Types Of Developments That Could Cause A Crypto Surge

Whether you’re buying up cryptocurrency to store in a wallet of your choice, or you’re exploring cryptocurrency futures, if you’re investing, you’re hoping to see lucrative gains. With many other types of investment, more gradual growth is the hope or expectation. But given the nature of cryptocurrencies as commodities that are still introducing themselves to …

The Cumulative Volume Delta (CVD) indicator: Analyzing Buyer and Seller Activities

To the untrained eyes, candlestick formations can be haphazard. However, a level deeper there is a unique story at each point of time. Depending on a trader’s preferred trading style, time frame, tools and even indicators, a technical chart is vital for a chartist. Since the chart is a complete representation of all fundamental and/or …

Cryptocurrency Futures Trading Guide

Since we have added cryptocurrency futures markets we are obliged to introduce them to those who are not familiar with the concept. Cryptocurrency futures contracts trading When trading cryptocurrency futures, a trader signs a contract with a predetermined outcome. That means that a trader doesn’t exchange one cryptocurrency for another. He doesn’t even exchange it …

How to use a social trading network when trading cryptocurrencies

In simple terms, social trading is a form of investment or trading where traders observe the trading pattern or behavior of experts and other traders with the free-will to replicate the observed strategies in their investment. This has nothing to do with handing over investment funds into the hand of a third party. Social trading …

Buy vs Sell Volume and Buy vs Sell Count Indicators – The New and Better Way to Analyze the Trading Volume

If you are using Coinalyze you may have run into some fresh additions in the technical indicators department. We have implemented Buy vs Sell Volume and Buy vs Sell Count indicators. Visually, these two indicators look similar to the regular volume bars. However, there is a significant difference. In order to explain thoroughly what each …

Cryptocurrency Arbitrage

If you are not familiar with arbitrage in cryptocurrency trading, allow us to introduce you to this strategy through the most simple possible definition. Arbitrage is a strategy where traders make profits by making use of the coin’s price imbalance. Sounds simple, right? Well, it is but it is not so basic as the definition …

How to Trade in a Bear Market?

Many of you who are reading these lines are, perhaps, a bit more optimistic than two months ago when we were hitting the rock bottom prices of our favorite crypto assets. However, if we are finally out of the bear market, market cycles appear cyclically, and what we are about to explain will come in …

How to Trade in a Bull Market?

Considering the fact that Bitcoin (BTC) price along with the most alts have begun to establish some steady supports, investors throughout the cryptocurrency market are slowly becoming more and more optimistic. Usually, as the optimism spreads to the majority of investors, the bull market is bound to follow. Therefore, in this article, we are going …

Meet Ichimoku Cloud – The Most Comprehensive Technical Indicator

One of the most exotic, but also the most all-encompassing technical indicators available is Ichimoku Cloud. As it compiles a collection of various indicators to provide measurements, by using Ichimoku Cloud, traders can spot trends, momentums, as well as support and resistance levels. The Ichimoku Cloud consist of 5 indicators/lines: Conversion Line (Kenkan sen) – …

Volume in Cryptocurrency Trading

Despite the undeniable simplicity of trading volume indicator, in this article, we are going to reveal how traders can utilize it to enhance their profits and lower the risk of investment. Volume indicator shows traders how much of certain cryptocurrency has been traded during the predefined timeframe. Comparing volumes across a short-term pattern can tell …