Hello faggots, today I will be exposing the game of the millionaires. Buckle up and pay attention.
Ever wondered why its illegal to day trade stocks more than 3 times a week if you have less than $25k?
Ever wondered why the US government and media hate Bitcoin so much and have convinced the masses its a scam?
Ever wondered how some people become millionaires in the stock market even though 95% of traders are lose?
I'll explain it in bitcoin terms (increased volatility is a blessing when you know how the game is rigged) but you'll be able to apply the strategy to the stock market.
There's a hidden trick to bitcoin and funny enough it's the same trick that stock brokers/hedge funds/banks use on the Dow Jones, S&P, Tesla, Apple, etc. This runs deep. You faggots better take this seriously.
Bitcoin is a pun on the word "bit" which is a term for a 1 or 0 in a computer. I wasted 2 years of my life in order to figure out how the game is secretly played. Consider it a way for market makers to be on the same page as they slowly steal money from retail, gamblers, and long term investors.
99.99% of tops and bottoms have the last 2 digits end in one of these numbers below, the key is they all end/add up to/subtract to a 1 or a 0, sort of like a binary code system. When it doesn't appear like this is the case, the price directly before the abnormality was a "bit" and it's whales intentionally hiding the pattern... if the game was blatantly obvious it wouldn't work. If you take this seriously and study the game with a new perspective, you'll start to see my point... study it long enough, you'll watch market makers hide the pattern on purpose... when you see this happen live you'll realize that if it wasn't real there would be nothing to hide.
For example let's say the one minute candle bottoms at $9438.88, it will go up from there 99.9% of the time because .88 is a "bit"... If it bottoms at .24, there's a 99.9% chance it will continue the downtrend because .24 is not a "bit"... when whales hide the pattern, it closes down at .88 (signaling a reversal) the next one will quickly go down to a .24 and then price will go up.
Most commonly the price will bottom or top at one of these. (Why wouldn't it right?) most orders are placed at decimals ending in .0, it makes logical sense.
.00 .10 .20 .30 .40 .50 .60 .70 .80 .90 .01 .11 .21 .31 .41 .51 .61 .71 .81 .91
As you can see these end in 1 or 0.
Here's where it gets interesting. If the game was obvious to the masses, it wouldn't work. The numbers fit the pattern as well.
.92 .83 .74 .47 .56 .74 .38 .92 .19 .28 .37 .46 .55 .64 .73 .82 .91
As you can see they add up to a 1 or 0.
Sometimes it'll end in one of these
.98 .87 .76 .65 .54 .43 .32 .21 .11 .88 .77 .66 .55 .44 .33 .22
As you can see they subtract to a 1 or 0.
The rule is straightforward:
If it's going to keep trending the same way... price will top/bottom on something that doesn't end/add up/subtract to a 1 or 0. (9438.24 for example) If it tops/bottoms at a 1 or 0 it will reverse the other direction until another "bit" is created.
This trick works on every time frame... It is best used when there is increased volatility on the markets, as you can profit off the spread of each "bit". The game is hidden in plain sight... the rich get richer in a game that only the rich would ever be able to figure out, because no one else would be autistic enough to study the charts long enough to be able to find the patter. I hope you take this seriously, this system was created to prevent Wall Street from stealing money from the hedge funds and vice versa, instead they work together to steal money from retail. Don't be retail. Play by Wall Street rules and you'll never lose.