Catching small fish

30 July 2019, Tuesday, 05:38 - Edward Xilay
Catching small fish

While the major player accumulates a position for months, smaller fish hope to gain a profit someday. In this case, poor whales should arrange a short-term fall to knock out the most impatient whales.

To continue the post about accumulation it is necessary to mention short-term withdrawals. This has become a standard practice for crypto whales and there is no magic here. The logic is simple: while the key player accumulates a position for months, smaller fish (we and you) look at the coin and stick to it in the hope of riding at someone else's expense. Major players don't need such smart guys, we'll only interfere with our sales on the pump.

What should poor whales do in this case? Arrange a short-term fall to knock out the most impatient whales. After that, some of the whales will be cut off and you can easily arrange a native whale.

I can show hundreds of charts with such a pattern, but it is easier to look at the already mentioned REN. Accumulation -> Takeover -> Pump.

If you use the strategy of small fish-jamming, then be ready for such transfers on any altcoins.



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