RDD appears to have some great growth going for the past weeks and the last 3 rallies look decent.
However, I've taken into consideration that the previous rallies show at 15% reduction in the gain of each rally, diminishing returns. I think it will still move positive another 60% from where we are, but it will first fall to around $0.023 cents before it bounces for the rally. So if you buy low at $0.023 or $0.025ish, then you'll see the full +91% growth once we reach the target. If you HODL from this position, I expect you'll see closer to +60%.
Bitcoin seems to be pushing higher and I feel that the market is building since all of the alt coins have been down for the last few days. We had a few good rallies, but I think the pressure is building, more cash is coming into the market now that the holidays are over and given sufficient time, all of the coins will start to see aggressive growth again. Could take a week, could take a month, but I feel the pressure is building and we must just "wait for it".
I chart what I see and try to predict the future. I do not have a time machine. :-)
I'd like to read up more on the different types of formations we see and the probability that they will come through. I know that some of these formations may have a 60-80% success rate at approaching or meeting a target and sometimes we lose and lose big.
I cleared many of my diversified funds and moved them into 2 trades, one of them was QTUM. It was great for a while, then I lost a lot in a short time. Thankfully I wasn't leveraged or I'd have been margin called (again). Margin call sucks... don't get a margin call.
The margin trading is trading with borrowed money.. Would we borrow in real life? Ok, it's not 100% only borrowed, it's a margin actually, but the principle stays the same and applies unmercifully when forcing liquidity happens.
I also changed from diversified to a few (to only XMR, XRP, SC, BTC) so that I can mentally track what is happening with it. Unfortunately, due to security reasons, I have to diversify between more exchanges so the difficulty of keeping track is back again. Today, I am trying Coinigy that gathers many exchanges into one. Tracking balances is fine, but placing and syncing orders with bittrex does not work well. It has the tradingview chart, which is awesome, but it does not allow setting trailing stops, maybe not even stop limits. And I have not found anything better.