The Complete Newbie’s Guide to Trading Bitcoins

  • You can use Bitcoin’s volatility to trade Bitcoin CFDs without owning actual Bitcoins through companies like Plus500, Avatrade and Fortrade.
  • This type of trading is risky and you should start out in demo mode until you feel comfortable enough you can generate consistent profits.
  • In order to make profitable trades you need to learn how to gauge the market. This requires time and experience. Even though this article provides an extensive overview, you will need to start experimenting with your own trades and continue to learn before becoming successful.

Part 1 – Introduction to Bitcoin trading

Let’s be honest, Bitcoin has a steep learning curve. It takes a newcomer about 3 months of reading just to get up to speed on Bitcoin’s basics. And like anything new and revolutionary, Bitcoin doesn’t fit with established ways of doing things. Understandably, not everyone has the time, inclination or risk appetite to get deeply involved with Bitcoin.

On the flipside, anyone who’s heard about Bitcoin knows that involvement with it can be immensely profitable. A glance at financial media over the past few years was enough to make anyone regret missing Bitcoin’s early days. From virtually free tokens in 2009 to a new $1000+ asset class in 2013, there’s

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