Timeframe and trend matter when crypto currency algo trading with Bitcoin

(Last Updated On: May 30, 2018)
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Timeframe and trend matter when crypto currency algo trading with Bitcoin

I am implementing my various charts for crypto currency algo trading from Binance. Also, I have been transform the one  generate from Dukascopy. As a result,  video to focus on Bitcoin/US dollar to show the important factors to look for to see if it is worth trading. As you will see, timeframe and general trend matter.

What I find

I also identified the dates axis needs to be corrected as well as the amount of data I chart. I think the hourly is fine as is but the monthly will need to be corrected. The yearly is sort of useless since the coin pair may not have been out long enough to make to useful. I will keep this timeframe within this Python script.

For those that ask, I am using both Python CCXT and ChartDirector to generate all this.

Demo to download hundreds of crypto currency pairs via CCXT Python package from Binance Bitmex


NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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