One of the most interesting trends surfacing in the crypto industry today is the increasing likelihood of Bitcoin emerging as the next global reserve currency – something that Bitcoin fundamentalists have been preaching for the last decade.Continue reading Can Bitcoin Become the Next Global Reserve Currency?
Technical analysis seeks trading opportunities through analyzing statistical trends of price and volume changes. This investing discipline works only if statistics can be applied, which is true for Litecoin as well.Continue reading Litecoin (LTC/USD) technical analysis
Technical analysis seeks trading opportunities through analyzing statistical trends of price and volume changes. This investing discipline works only if statistics can be applied, which is true for Ethereum as well.Continue reading Ethereum (ETH/USD) technical analysis
During the past couple months of the COVID 19 crysis, Dow Jones had ups and downs. How badly has the virus impacted the global and the US economy? DJIA is definitely a key KPI to observe, but there may be some details to highlight.Continue reading All eyes are on Dow Jones, but what are the details?
Chartoasis.com has been started more than 10 years ago, where the major function was a chart application. The technology used for it has become obsolote, and even starting it from the browser has been a rocket science for the past years.
I am happy to announce, that Chartoasis Chili, the successor of the chart application has been released.Continue reading The new chart app, Chartoasis Chili has been released
… how did others do it? 7 methods with benefits and drawbacks!
Chartoasis team has finished lots new developments recently.
Despite the ever growing complexity that surrounds the financial markets, a surprising number of traders still fail to recognize the subtle differences between individual platforms and products. One of the most important facts you will ever learn about financial trading is that not all markets have been created equal, with the result that each boast their own unique levels of risk, reward, liquidity and leverage. This is an extremely important consideration, as it dictates that your trading strategy and the trading charts that you use must be compatible with the market that operate within.
Experts at the London Stock Exchange believe that a huge proportion of trading is now done using algorithms. In some markets, it’s estimated to be around 80 percent of trading volumes, which means that it’s become a huge part of financial trading. Software that can recognise patterns and make the appropriate trades is now in very high demand, with many people willing to pay large sums of money for the technology. This is prevalent across the board, with stocks, currency and commodities all involved. The question then, is how effective is this method of trading, and is it better than manual chart observation?