In my previous video, I highlighted a number of price scenarios and one of them were a higher low established off of the 52K area. We almost got that one, except that price, refuses to break 53K. For shorter time frame strategies like day trading, these sharp single candle moves offer excellent opportunities, but for swing trades, the risk is too high.
Here is what I mean: If we go long at 58K, proportional risk for a swing trade is now around 53K which means I have to risk at LEAST 5K points. In order to justify this, Bitcoin needs to push to 63K in the next leg just to reach a 1:1 reward/risk ratio. The probability of that scenario is much lower compared to if I bought around 50K, risked only 3K points, and required a retrace back to the middle of the range (55 to 58K area). The probability of a retrace back to the middle of the range is much greater than of the range low.
Since we trade rules for our swing trade strategy, we have no choice but to wait this out. Bitcoin either tests the range low again, (between 52K and 50K) and provides a setup, or we don’t assume any new risk. Waiting for the right level and setup is much more effective when it comes to returns over time compared to taking numerous low-probability trades. Many traders and investors don’t realize, over time, the losing trades cost way more than the few random wins from chasing action.
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