Bitcoin – This Pattern Says Lower Lows To Come < $5.000

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Bitcoin – This Pattern Says Lower Lows To Come < $5.000


 

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Trading Update Cryptos – February 8, 2018


Last Monday, February 6, I shared this “Trading Update – Cryptos, Time To Buy The Dip?” in which I explained why I bought the dip in Cryptos.

February 6 marked a short term low and a surge of 30%+ unfolded, indicating that Bitcoin is perfectly following the road map I shared in that update, see below.


This was the forecast for Bitcoin:  

 

And this is what happened to Bitcoin last week, forming a low exactly on time…


 

Trading Update Cryptos – February 8, 2018


In today’s Trading Update, I will explain why I closed 50% of the trading position, what my short and medium term strategy is and why we should expect Lower Lows to come.

Enjoy the day and trade safely!

Cheers!

Ed.


 

 

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Trading Update Cryptos - Lower Lows To Come

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Troubles downloading? Error message? 


1.Open Google Chrome
2.In the top right, click More Untitled.png, then Settings.
3.At the bottom, click Show Advanced Settings.
4.Under Privacy, click Content Settings
5.Under PDF Documents, check the box next to “Open PDF files in the default PDF viewer application.”
Once you have made the change, PDF files should open in Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat, rather than in Google Chrome

If the issue still persists, give the below steps a try:

Delete your cache and cookies.

Use incognito mode. If this helps then temporarily disable your extensions to identify which one is causing the rendering problem. To do this go to chrome://extensions and uncheck Enabled for each extension one by one.

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Still no luck? Then send me an email: TripsTrading@gmail.com

3 Responses

  1. Daveon says:

    I downloaded the PDF but it says it is damaged or not properly coded. I guess this is a low life scam.

    • Edwin van den Berg says:

      Hi Dave,

      Hmmm…that’s annoying, that it doesn’t work. I will send it to your email.

      Why do you think it’s a low life scam? There are still people in the world that want to make an honest living…

      Cheers!

      Ed.

    • Edwin van den Berg says:

      David, I found the problem:

      1.Open Google Chrome
      2.In the top right, click More Untitled.png, then Settings.
      3.At the bottom, click Show Advanced Settings.
      4.Under Privacy, click Content Settings
      5.Under PDF Documents, check the box next to “Open PDF files in the default PDF viewer application.”
      Once you have made the change, PDF files should open in Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat, rather than in Google Chrome

      If the issue still persists, give the below steps a try:

      Delete your cache and cookies.

      Use incognito mode. If this helps then temporarily disable your extensions to identify which one is causing the rendering problem. To do this go to chrome://extensions and uncheck Enabled for each extension one by one.

      Remove unwanted programs from Chrome.

      Reset your browser settings.

      Let me know if it works okay? Thanks!

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