Cryptocurrency markets are so vibrant and eventful nowadays that it’s hard to keep track of what’s
going on with every single coin. Crypto traders pour large amounts of effort and time into
interpreting charts in different ways, reading forums and Twitter feeds and gathering information
about coins from other sources in attempts to predict market trends and make proftable trades.
Crypto markets are volatile, making the task even harder. Shilling and other forms of disinformation
(like spreading FUD — fear, uncertainty, disorder), or even just false promises from coin developers
quite ofen stop traders on their quest for proft.