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The Wyckoff Method provides excellent tools for trading cryptos with reduced risk: as with all other freely traded markets, cryptocurrencies are subject to the same fundamental Wyckoff laws of Supply and Demand, Cause and Effect, and Effort vs Result.
As the crypto ecosystem matures, legendary investors like Paul Tudor Jones are looking at Bitcoin as a legitimate investment asset. Wyckoff Analytics is pleased to host a free special event totally devoted to cryptocurrencies. Two speakers, Todd Butterfield from Wyckoff SMI and Alessio Rutigliano from Wyckoff Analytics will discuss the current state of the crypto market and their investment strategies.
Cryptocurrencies are emerging as a leading speculative asset class in the current business cycle. Investing and trading in the crypto space requires discipline and a systematic approach. In this session Alessio will show how to identify the signs of institutional presence in the crypto assets, applying specific Wyckoff principles and rotation strategies to these high-risk financial instruments.
There is a very high degree of financial risk involved in trading stocks, futures, options, ETFs, currencies, cryptocurrencies, and other financial instruments. You understand and acknowledge this risk and also that YOU ALONE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN TRADING AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS AND RESULTS. The materials presented during this online conference are for educational purposes only: nothing contained in these materials should be construed as investment advice. Todd Butterfield and Alessio Rutigliano (“Presenters”) do not purport to recommend any financial instruments (including, but not limited to, stocks, futures, options, ETFs, currencies and cryptocurrencies) that individuals should buy or sell. Presenters assume no responsibility or liability of any kind for your trading and investment results. It should not be assumed that investments in or trading of stocks, futures, options, ETFs, currencies, cryptocurrencies or any other markets identified and described in this conference were, are or will be profitable.