Crypto Trade Update: $DASH Up Over 122% Since Buy Alert 1 - Another Leg Higher to Retest $600 Likely


Updated - December 1, 2017

Now up over 310% after 3 buy alerts. We will be looking to reduce shortly once we get a formal sell signal.


Live price:

From Sunday of this last weekend to just yesterday November 13, $DASH broke out reaching a high of $600/coin on the Bittrex exchange. There is a bit of a arbitrage play on DASH where there is a disparity in spread pricing. For example, the Bittrex exchange shows Dash hit a high of $600 but the Kraken exchange shows the high on DASH was $504. When we decide to sell our next portion on DASH we'll likely do it on whatever exchange is most liquid with the best pricing. For now, we're staying long with this current breakout move. We expect there will be another leg higher before we see this to peter out.



The power of position trading and riding through near to intermediate term fluctuations continues to be our core style for a reason. Once you understand the primary term trend, buying relative pullbacks along a confirmed uptrend continues to be a rewarding venture.

$DASH is the only cryptocurrency wallet application that has been officially approved by the Apple iOS App store, this along with DASH's robust community following & superior speed of payment deliveries makes it a top 4 holding in the Crypto folio. https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/apple-approves-dash-digital-currency/



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