My raw notes of Nictrades for June 4 and 11

(Last Updated On: June 15, 2018)
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I am doing a binge of nictrades for the latest discovery in strategy development in the crypto curency markets. If you do not know who this is, please do a search with Facebook for the Nictrades page. You could easily follow her procedures to properly understand the how to use simple indicators like Fibonacci Retracement levels and moving averages to tell a story with pricing target levels. She does live streams every Monday.

If you watch Nictrades from Monday, June 11 you will quickly realize that Bitcoin had a similar correction in 2014 as it is having for 2018. It took about 18 months for the price to correct. Will it take just as a long to correct with this new correction? Will Bitcoin even survive? Did you realize maybe Ethereum has better performance? These ideas are the magic of crypto currency markets.

Here is the Facebook page

Where are the notes?

I am typing up the raw notes from the Nictrades streams of June 4 and 11. I may even do the late May one. It is important to stress that I posted these raw notes from my ELITE members which you can get access here.

You can even find a more affordable option at the store if you are interested in the access.

There is a lot more but you will find the many many benefits here.

P.S. Expect a lot more different set of charts with pricing target levels and more precise trading logic


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