Technical Analysis

Can someone recommend a place to learn TA for cryptos?

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>100 from register
>30 from change
>40 for value of goods

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100 C.

>Stole 100

>Bought 70
>Changed 30
>=100

30 from change, + how much he spent to buy, move, stock, and display the goods.
>somewhere between 30 and 70

A \$100 and the guy got AIDS for raping the stock boy who is a sloppy party bottom and likes it raw

ta?

Babypips.com

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I followed Haejin Lee for a while, and learned his strats. I stopped following him when I disagreed with his counts and started doing my own analysis. I used the same techniques, but my own intuition, and I was seeing more correct predictions.

TLDR: follow someone you agree with until you don't agree with them anymore

in the end woman leaves with:

- \$70 worth of goods
- \$30 in cash

so owner lost 100\$ ( not taking in account how much he paid for those 70\$ worth of goods, since this information is unknown, but if he is selling for \$70 itÂ´s definitely less than that )

Oh look it's the same test that makes the autistic shine in the crowd

30 + (70 - profit margin)

He lost 30 dollars and whatever the goods cost him

If the goods cost as much as they were worth (aka he's a dumb shit) he lost \$100

He could not have lost more than \$100 and not less than \$30

200 because of double spending bug

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This is the most important pattern in crypto TA. It signals that the market is about to crash catastrophically

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\$100.The latter exchange has to be seen as a separate exchange independent from prior circumstances as at the end of the day he will still be \$100 short of what he should have.

Wow, your infographic accounts for tax!

>deliberately ambiguous question

How much of what?

\$100 is a correct answer (money+goods combined)
\$30 is a correct answer (money only)
\$70 is a bit of a stretch, but technically correct (goods only)

The "best" answer is the owner is down \$30, and down \$70 in goods.

do any of your answers include the amount of tips the owner got that day? no, so you are all wrong

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