The best time to trade is in the second quarter of 2017. It’s less than one month away and it gives you a chance to pick stocks that have a strong first half in terms of trading volumes and profit levels. A bearish time frame is ideal as it will give you more of a chance and it gives you a chance to take advantage of lower stock prices and increased competition.
How do I buy bitcoin? Where do I buy?
There are many ways to buy bitcoin and for the most part, you can only buy it on either of the main two exchanges, Coinbase or Gemini. If you can’t access these two sites, this article aims to explain how to buy bitcoin on both exchanges. If you haven’t got access to either of these exchanges, we recommend using Coinbase.
Coinbase provides the highest level of security while Gemini allows you to hold bitcoin with guaranteed liquidity which means a much higher likelihood of finding a trade. If for any reason you can’t get access to either of these sites, try using either Bitstamp or Huobi.
For those that want to trade via a traditional broker, there are several ways to buy bitcoin on a traditional commission-based platform such as Bittrex (this list is by no means exhaustive).
How does the price fluctuate?
Bitcoin can move in multiple directions. There are many factors that can affect its price such as the exchange and volatility. This section will outline those factors.
What is the average daily volume?
Bitcoin is traded on a daily basis. If someone decides to sell all of their bitcoin they will not get their bitcoin back, but they will have made money. The price of bitcoin will fluctuate depending on the interest of traders. For example, there is always a small group of people that are buying bitcoin in order to resell it (called ‘buy orders’). The day to day prices change in accordance with this group.
The highest average daily volume is at midnight (18:00 UTC) after Bitcoin price increased by over 100% (from the week before to the week after). It is also higher in the first two weeks after a bitcoin transaction. For example, the day before the spike above 25$ on 14th August was actually a day when there were a lot of buy orders.
The day after the spike it dropped back to its original value over 20$ as no more buy orders moved in. The price fell back to 25$ over the next day. The day
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