BITCOIN BREAKS THIS IMPORTANT PATTERN!! *NEW BITCOIN PRICE TARGET*


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  1. <BTC is really in a class of its own, it has no competitors. All other alts are competing with each other, they are more centralised and most of them are not completed projects. I can't believe it when I hear people selling their BTC for alts, lol, that's why I trade with the best analysts since the last bear, from Bobby Lucas, a reputable trader. I have increased my initial 1.3 BTC to 7.8 BTC with his program over the past few weeks.>

  2. I don't know who need to hear this, investing now is a wise decision to take! Despite the pandemic, cryptocurrency has grown in popularity and is predicted to do so in the future as it has changed a lot of lives

  3. Successful people don't become that way overnight. What most people see at a glance-wealth, a great career, purpose-is the result of hard work and hustle over time.

  4. <If there is one thing I have learned in recent months it is to remain calm, especially when it comes to investments in cryptocurrencies. Learn not to sell in a panic when everything goes down and not to buy in euphoria when everything goes up. I advise y'all to forget predictions and start making a good profit now because future valuations are all speculations and guesses. The market is very unstable and you can't tell if it's going bearish or bullish. While myself and others are trad!n without fear of making a loss others are being patient for the price to skyrocket. It all depends on the pattern you follow. I was able to make 8.5 BTC from 2.1 BTC in just September from implementing trades with tips and info from Dan kris..

  5. 💓I achieved financial rest through my deliberate and insightful research on investing in stock/cryptocurrencies. Heartfelt regards to Mr Damian 🙌, whose assistance and trading strategy are highly exceptional.

  6. Hi Rover – small tip from a newbie – you don't need to stroke your mouse to get the chart price looking decent – just double-click in the price column on the right, where you normaly "stroke" it to scale, then fine-adjust after.

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