Category: Beginner guides
Crypto Day Trading: How to Get Started & How to Win
At some point or another most of us have probably thought about cryptocurrency day trading. The idea of actively making a profit every day certainly sounds appealing, but many people often jump in without doing enough research and end up getting burned. Luckily, if you want to day trade Bitcoin or other digital assets you can benefit from decades of people trading stocks and all of the experience and tools that have developed alongside them.
Find Top Cryptocurrencies to Trade With Coygo Screener
“What’s the best cryptocurrency to trade” is a very common question you’ll see come up on forums and chat groups. Every trader wants to know what the best coin or token is so they pick it up early and make a quick short-term profit trading. The Coygo Screener is a tool that allows digital asset traders to build powerful custom filters to search coins by price, market cap, short-term SMAs (simple moving averages), and a number of other helpful data points.
3 Tools to Master Crypto Day Trading and Always Stay Ahead of the Competition
Day trading cryptocurrencies can be a tricky beast. Crypto markets never close so there isn’t really a definitive end of the day, but the idea is the same as day trading other asset classes like stocks. You trade throughout the day and close any positions before going to sleep or calling it quits.
How to Read Crypto Charts & Analyze Order Books
Awhile back I wrote an article on how to read charts and indicators when trading cryptocurrencies and digital assets. Since then we’ve added a number of helpful tools to the Coygo application to assist traders in their day-to-do operations and make it easier to quickly analyze market data, so I thought it was about time for a new guide.
Reading Crypto Charts & Indicators to Trade Confidently
Reading cryptocurrency price charts and the various indicators that can accompany them can be a daunting task for a beginner who is interested in making informed trades. In this post I will be discussing how to read charts with the indicators that we include by default in the Coygo application: MACD, RSI, HV and Volume.