This analysis is intended for swing traders or medium-term investors. As a reminder, swing trading is a strategy of speculation in financial markets where an asset is held only for a few days to take advantage of price fluctuations. In this analysis, which you will find every week, I will detail my vision of the market and more specifically the one of Bitcoin. In addition to a technical analysis, I will summarize 3/4 of the news that impacted the market.
Cryptocurrencies have a bad identity of being volatile assets. The type whose value changes rapidly in a very short time. Did you know, however, that there are cryptocurrencies designed to remain fairly stable in value even with market volatility? We refer to these as stablecoins, and many of them have their value pegged to a fiat currency such as the dollar. In this review, we will have a look at some of the best stablecoins as we compare them. Read on.
Due to public demand from our readers, I am dedicating this article to staking. There is a ton of information on staking online; some are amazingly good while some are just a mess. I will give you a guide from an investor’s point of view and advise you on what to look for when researching and during your staking process.
In this article I will explain what is liquidity in financial markets. First we will look at the definition of this technical term, accompanied by a concrete example. Then we will look at liquidity in the traditional market and finally in the cryptocurrency market. We will conclude with the tools that exist to assess liquidity.
A Future contract is a derivative product and is an agreement to buy or sell a commodity, currency or other instrument at a predetermined price at a specified time in the future. They are either physically settled or cash settled. BitMEX offers several of its trading products in the form of a Futures Contract with cash settlement.