Top Coins To Watch: Ripple ($XRP), Bitcoin ($BTC), & Ethereum ($ETH)!

Top Coins To Watch: Ripple ($XRP), Bitcoin ($BTC), & Ethereum ($ETH)!


Top Coins To Watch!

56 thoughts on “Top Coins To Watch: Ripple ($XRP), Bitcoin ($BTC), & Ethereum ($ETH)!”

  1. Boom! What about ADA!? And hey, I really dig your analysis. Super solid, super unbiased and that can only help this cryptospace!

  2. Here are the coins I've gained the most interest in throughout this discounted season of prices including Ripple ($XRP) and Litecoin ($LTC) Thank you all so much for watching. If you enjoy the video, please consider dropping a like and subscribing with post notifications on to be notified of our next one.
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  3. Cypto is all about demand and supply…….. We all know demand is huge every day thousand of new customers are coming on exchange but if you keep selling the coin supply will. Increase, price will drop…… Hold

  4. Man you’re the video I’m always waiting for, and I’ve learn so much but not even at college had some much learning, thanks! I’ll be a Patreon as soon as the correction finishes.

  5. Remember xrp is still not on coinbase, and it will sooner or later. 2 more money movers yet to be accounced, paypal anyone ? and q4 report end jan, so much that can push xrp price up as soon as marked stabilize

  6. finally a short form video. I havent watched you in weeks because 2-3 hour streams arent realistically in my realm of free time to watch youtube.

  7. PLEASE READ IMPORTANT @ Naeem and ALL OTHER COMMENTERS
    what are your thoughts on this theory for the price drop of cryptos
    Timeline – Dec. 10, 2017 was the first day futures could be traded for cryptos
    – Jan. 17, 2018 the first expiration of those futures contracts.

    Theory:On December 10, BTC futures trading went live. The first set of those contracts is set to expire tomorrow, January 17.

    For those who don't know, futures contracts are agreements to buy/sell an asset (like BTC) at a specified future date and price. As the price of BTC was ~$15,000 on Dec. 10 , the first BTC futures contracts, which expire tomorrow, were fixed at about that same price. In a simplified form, this means that tomorrow:

    the "short" side of those contracts must give the "long" side a BTC (which could simply be bought at tomorrow's market price) [Edit: as others have pointed out, these contracts are cash settled, so the "short" side doesn't actually swap a BTC – it just pays the BTC market price at expiration. However, the net result is the same either way] ; and
    the "long" side of those contracts must pay the "short" side $15,000 in return.
    Now imagine you are a large hedge fund evaluating these contracts, and the crypto market as a whole, on Dec. 10. Obviously, making a large bet on either the "long" or "short" side is extremely risky, since the price of BTC when the contracts expire (January 17) could very easily be $50,000 or $500. This makes large bets on either side a bad option for a large institutional investor like yourself.

    However, you also know that crypto is still an emerging market with a large amount of new investors and "dumb money." And because you are a large hedge fund, futures contracts opens the door to a third option: make large bets on BOTH sides to gain risk-free market leverage, use that leverage to manufacture market chaos, and profit on the near-guaranteed ripple effects of that chaos with virtually no risk. Here is how:

    Bet big on the "short" side of the futures contracts on Dec. 10. Let's say you do this for 10,000 BTCs. This means that on January 17 you will owe 10,000 BTCs (Edit: cash equivalent) to the "long" side of those contracts, receiving $15k per BTC ($150,000,000) in return.

    Buy an equally large amount of BTC on Dec. 10 at the market price ($15k/BTC). This cancels out your risk/reward for the futures contracts entirely, making you immune to all changes in BTC's price while you hold both the contracts and BTCs. This also allows you to accumulate and hold an extremely large portion of the BTC market while taking essentially no risk.

    Shortly before your futures contracts expire, dump all of your 10,000 BTC on the market at once. Like clockwork, this will trigger stop-losses and panic sells from the consumer BTC market, virtually guaranteeing that the BTC price will continue to dip well below whatever price you just sold those 10,000 BTC for.

    Ride that dip you just created to buy back the 10,000 BTC for much less than the price you just sold them for. This is particularly easy, since the funds you need are already liquid and ready to get back in the market.

    Use the re-purchased 10,000 BTC for the expiring futures contracts, which get swapped for your initial investment ($15k/BTC). The difference in the price that you sold the 10,000 BTCs to start the dip from the price that you bought the BTCs back during the dip becomes your net profit.

    [Edit: Because the BTC futures are settled in cash, the last two steps above can be skipped with the same net result. However, the BTC can/should still be repurchased during the manufactured dip so it can be used for the next round of expiring BTC futures.]

    For funds with access to enough capital to move the crypto market, this play should be easy money. It would also explain the series of huge dips (seemingly out of nowhere) that we are dealing with today.

    If I'm right about the cause (and I'm fairly confident that I am), the good news is that today's dips are likely temporary and not signs of a more serious issue with cryptocurrencies as a whole. The bad news is that I don't know how this can be stopped as long as the prospect of capitalizing off of market fear remains a huge carrot for the sharks in this market.

  8. hi, thank you for the content. Can you kindly share what software you re using for screen recording so we don t see your background? thank you for all the knowledge 🙂

  9. Are you really thinking etherium is going to go up at this point I would guess that it's going to go down a little more before it goes back up?

  10. Yea your vid was later today, was beginning to think you liquidated and packed up after that BTC crash hehe, looking forward to youer next live stream

  11. Fantastic video very well explained! What are your thoughts of money gram partnering with Ripple do you think this will be a regular trend possible with PayPal next?

  12. Sorry but how can you miss Bitcoin Ripple and Ethereum when you are in crypto? Maybe you should go for coins that have better ROI potential, good development, strong community etc.. I entered Monero at 4$ now I am reinvesting profits. I'll share with you my new gem Deeponion, they have just released their whitepaper and Q1 roadmap has alot of things going on. You should definately check it out, yet 2018 will be year of privacy coins amoung other things. Cheers

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