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Do forex/stock day trading strategies apply to crypto? Or should this new market require new strategies?
I'm interested in day trading crypto currencies, like I assume many people in this subreddit might also be. I couldn't help but wonder if books, courses, and strategies on forex/stock market day trading should apply to crypto markets with the same confidence. Since crypto is a new market with lots of uncertainty, how well does knowledge on these other markets apply to our case?
I think having the ability to see things from multiple perspectives can be an asset but there are times where I'm just overwhelmed by seeing things from different angles. I'm a 23F architect and a forex trader, so this is usually my thinking process:
I'm always looking for better concepts, ideas, skills and mentalities
then I translate those new thoughts to align with my current personality and thinking
with the aim of refining how my brain works and its content as well
so that I could produce better solutions to the work/life problems
Over the years of refining my ideas, solutions, etc., I've been with a lot of mentors and I've gained a lot of infos and perspectives from different sources. I have no problem in understanding new concepts continuously. But right now, since multiple perspectives are compiling as I grow older, I'm having trouble on deciding which perspective/solutions to use in my current projects or dilemmas in life. It's like the more I see the different angles of a problem, the more I see different solutions. So I'm left with a lot of solutions / approaches to a single problem in a complex problem. I think having the ability to see things from multiple perspectives can be an asset but there are times where I'm just overwhelmed by seeing things from different angles. I've explored different extremities in life (eg. becoming very aggressive then very patient, doing hard work then smart work, having a very complex lense then a simple lense to view a problem) and right now I'm confused of which tools to use, the ratio between the dualities and the overall balance. One concrete example:
The big 'problem' is the forex/stock market itself
The small problem is when to enter the trade
'Solutions' can come from multiple perspectives like technical analysis, fundamental analysis, sentimental, and even from an astronomical point of view.
I can understand each perspective fully, but I can't seem to create a coherent solution/approach to the big problem from the multiple perspectives. What more if I put my own personality and thinking to the mix.
I'm fairly new to reddit so I'm sorry if this is vague and I'm not sure if I expressed it clearly. Thanks in advance for the insights. Edited the whole thing since the previous version is so vague :)
Forex vs stock market This is meant as a discussion. Which is generally more profitable for day trading. Pros and cons of both. Etc I know this is very complicated but I wanna start day trading and I don’t know which I wanna do. I’m 19 and I’m college college and I like analytics.
Introduction Just thought it might be interesting to discuss the thought that one day the CS market will die. With real-life markets, there is the expectation that companies, currencies, and commodities will continue to be relevant/traded for decades. This means that they can be invested in for long term gains. Can the same be said for the CS:GO market? The prices in the market are determined by a multitude of factors, but the most important of which is simply the demand/relevancy of CSGO. I personally don't think it will happen for at least a few more years. But seriously think, will there be a market for CS items in 10 years? 20 years? It just interests me because I always see people say they're 'holding items for the long term' but how does that translate when the market lifespan could be finite. _ About me (if you care) I've been playing CSGO on and off since my late teens and started investing since Cologne 2014. Back then I thought a Katowice sticker selling for more than £10 was a joke. For transparency, The main investments I hold are Cologne 2014, Dreamhack 2014, Katowice 2015, Sticker capsule 2s and Winter offensive cases. All bought during their respective steam sales. Most of my investments have been cashed out recently (thank you China) with my inventory only being around 20% of what it once was. IRL I'm involved in financial management for work but I do not regularly trade on the forex/stock market. My knowledge of markets and trends is from parts of my professional qualification and personal experience. _ What would be the cause of the markets death? There are a few factors that could cause CS GO and the demand for items to fall to near zero:
Slow decline in player numbers - As the game ages, the player base could move on to other games/commitments or Valve could put out bad updates or. So far this isn't the case since the player base is still growing.
Fast decline in player numbers - A sudden drop due to a new game with its own market. This would cause a mass migration of cash/assets from one game to the other.
Market/Game glitches - As seen with the recent TF 2 bug, the risk of holding virtual items is high. The incompetence of a developer could cause your items to be worthless overnight.
Legislation (cases) - Quite simply an unforeseen change to loot box mechanics could drastically change the way items themselves are generated.
Legislation (cashing out) - Valve or other third parties could enforce stricter rules of sites like Bitskins that cut-off the liquidity of items. We've seen some crackdown of this type in the trade bans of betting sites and 7-day restriction.
_ What are the factors that could extend the longevity of the market? These are quite obviously the opposite of the above factors.
CS maintains its popularity and entices new players either with new updates or marketing - We can see one example of this with the recent push for CS in China. I know its a stretch but could we one day see CS blow up in India?
CS Cements itself in the industry as the gold standard for shooters and transcends the limits of time, kind of the same as above - Whether this is by maintaining a competitive scene or by pushing updates, including graphical updates. We can already see that the game has become F2P which means it has a long potential life.
If we avoid any of the negative factors.
When do you think the market will die? (Or will it stay around forever?)
Do you think it will be a dramatic crash or a slow death?
Considering the sizeable risk involved with the market, shouldn't investors adopt a prudent approach to cashing out profits? Eg regularly cashing out at different points to mitigate the inherent market risk?
Thanks for reading and I'd be interested to read other peoples thoughts.
This is meant as a discussion. Which is generally more profitable for day trading. Pros and cons of both. Etc I know this is very complicated but I wanna start day trading and I don’t know which I wanna do. I’m 19 and I’m college college and I like analytics.
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