Whether you consider cryptocurrency trading as art, science or a game of skill, one thing is beyond dispute: Those who excel at it are not the traders who maintain the longest series of lucky one-offs but those who establish sustainable trading processes yielding consistent returns.
Ask a sample of seasoned pros if they would prefer to catch one obscure token’s 300%-in-a-day brush with fame or learn a strategy that systematically generates a 3% return on investment. You will be surprised how many of them (likely close to 100% of the sample) prefer modest yet systematic profits.
How does one make their trading processes more systematic? One way is to rely on automated data analytics tools with a proven track record of consistent performance. One such tool is the VORTECS
Here are some numbers from an average week in the March sideways market. To understand what they mean, you only need to wrap your head around two simple notions. First, the higher the token’s VORTECS
Second, the algorithm is designed to detect patterns of trading activity and social sentiment that in the past preceded big upsides by 12 to 72 hours. On average, assets tend to perform better after longer times from hitting high Scores.
The data from this week largely supports this observation. As the table shows, forty coins that hit the VORTECS
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This week’s average returns are representative of the broader picture of how the VORTECS
While these numbers may look modest, more than a year’s worth of observations speak to their consistency. This makes the VORTECS
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