Scalping Tips for US Session

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  1. XRP has unique properties and a special use case that does not fit into the traditional cryptocurrency paradigm. The majority of the currency is controlled by the Ripple Foundation and while they absolutely have the option to sell of their share for a quick profit, this goes against the goals of the organization and their mission. One thing I am not certain of is why the cryptocurrency is allowed in exchanges in the first place but nevertheless, I am enjoying the proceeds I make from trading XRP. Because the Ripple organization is such a heavy holder of XRP with unknown goals, it’s highly speculative on how the cryptocurrency is going to be valued in the years to come. Here’s another way to think about XRP: Ripple owns the vast majority of the XRP (over 60% of the supply). They can decide to cash in on the value, or completely devalue the market by flooding it with cheap XRP. At this point, we don’t know what they’ll do with this high valuation, but regardless, you are at the whim of a powerful 3rd party with uncertain goals. And more importantly, they’re telling you the currency is not good for speculation. Ripple (the company) does not promote XRP as a speculative investment so the best thing which sadly most people don’t realize now is xrp is meant for immediate transactions and gains from trading and not for long term holding as a store of value. I have taken advantage of this for more than 3 months already having traded with Mr Erik Tim Schulz signal and strategies which has seen me make over 400% in return on investments. For the sake of beginners and even advanced traders who are not making consistent profit, you can reach him with all your inquiries by mail (ERIKTSCHULZ@gmail com) . Erik is in my opinion one of the best strategist, adviser and signal provider in the crypto business today. Trust me, you are better off trading and making good returns now than holding onto what most likely would burn you tomorrow

  2. Hi Sasan, Another great video … can I ask you where do I find the ATR indicator that you have on the top right of the monitor?
    Thanks as usual …

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