@CharlieHustle, Hey Charlie, You can always presume the best time to buy is when it is low and near the support line. Right now it is almost right up against it. You will almost never buy it right at the bottom and sell it right at the top every time. So in my opinion you should buy either today at the average hourly low in the next hour, and take some of the loss now. Or tomorrow morning. Just hope that it doesnt pop off in your sleep. And then you missed the wave and risk taking your loss via buying in too late.
@CharlieHustle, The average hourly price average is a representation of how much the coin changed in value during that hour. For example, if a coin opened at $75 per coin, fell to $70 per coin and remained there until the end of the hour. you would divide $5 (the daily price variation) by $70 (the closing, or current, price) for a result of .071, representing a 7.1% daily price variation. Then when you open your trade(if the market is still going in that direction) You buy in at the previous hour price, + or - previous hours average hourly price. If you have some trading software to help you calculate that it helps. Lenoardo is a great one. I'll start posting the exact buy in prices on my next few trades for you guys.