Automated head and shoulders with other indicators reveal some algo trading gems among 300+ crypto coins

(Last Updated On: May 30, 2018)

This 1+ hr video reveals a lot of using my recent automated head and shoulders in conjunction with the other indicators like Fibonacci, Moving Averages, Signal (from MA crosses), and Trend line. It looks like most crypto currencies are getting hammered lately but there is the odd gem in there.

What you should take away from this video

Once automated and ranking for these pairs, it will make life more interesting to know what to trade for optimal profit. I want you to  realize these charts revealed still need major tweaking but the mechanics are implemented somewhat.

 

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