I found the mother lode through a jsfiddle of all things (http://jsfiddle.net/L6zC6/). No need to store data locally, etc. Full chart data for NET/LTC, pre-processed by Cryptsy: www.cryptsy.com/json/ajaxtradechart_108.json
That's what their own chart pages use. It's on like Donkey Kong!
I'm going to get the latest EMA chart done by hand though first, since there was plenty of movement today in NET/LTC.
NET/XPM is still trending up. I'm holding NET outside the exchange, might enter the market if it trends down again.
I officially don't like EMA21/7 for NET/LTC hourly. I'm going to show one last chart for it for you, and then we're going to start looking at a different timeframe.
Way too much chop and you can see the entries and exits are really not great. One thing we can do is wait for a certain % past the crossover, but as you can see this 21/7 timing keeps repeating awkwardly. Let's look at another chart:
Well that looks much better to me. Goes from a definite short signal, to a cautious approach to a cautious long signal in the last couple of days. Most importantly it only calls one entry and it calls it at the right place (around 10-24 11h).
So you got everything you need already holy smokes! Say, you see the stock exchange, doul dI use this same data to populate the charts if I were to add the coins via cryptsy api? Do you think it's possible? I know we would need a coder to do that but I'm sure we can get one! That's my job!
But yeah the graph is a bit up and down and I think that is to do with manipulation, I think someone is trying very hard to keep the price down, when it shot up not long after a bunch of the silly little sales strated to come back in pure bot fashion... Not sure on thier goal here, maybe it is someone with an arb bot? What you think?
I am sure you can do whatever you want to with the data, yes.
I don't ask "why" the price lines do what they do so much as try to understand "what" they are doing. I've spent lots of time on the "why", and it just hasn't been as rewarding as identifying and following trends.
Emotion and trading simply don't mix though. At least, not emotion and *profitable* trading.
Yeah that is true, but I don't see it like that. See I am excited because of facts, not emotion, the emotion is secondary if you get me? Like you could see a great company emeging with a great revolutionary product and then invest, because of the product and then be excited!
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Mar 31, 2018 6:33:51 GMT