Please make sure you read our FAQ before using our signals & insights.

1. What is a trading signal? How did it get generated?

A trading signal is a trigger for action, either to long or short a market (trading pair on crypto exchanges). Our signals are generated using a combination of technical analysis and AI-powered algorithms with extensive back-testing.

2. How should I trade with signals? Is it always profitable?

Our trading signal provides all the detail you may need to trade. All signals produced and sent with a clear entry point, stop loss and take profit level(s). However you won't need to follow those levels exactly, you can adjust them to your own risk appetite. We do not guarantee any profits, but we do our best to provide the best signals possible.

3. Why did I not see any signals?

Signals are not always available. Our platform only sends signals when the required technical factors can be validated. We do not send signals just for the sake of sending signals.

4. What is R/R showed in signals?

R/R stands for Risk/Reward Ratio. It is a ratio that shows how much you can gain compared to how much you can lose. For example, if you have a R/R of 1:2, it means that you can gain twice as much as you can lose. If you have a R/R of 1:1, it means that you can gain as much as you can lose. The higher the R/R, the better the signal is.

5. Can I use the same signal twice after getting profit the first time?

No. You can use the signal only once. If the market hit a profit or stop-loss point, it can move with a different pattern. Therefore, you cannot use the same signal twice.

6. How accurate are your signals?

Our signals are more than 60% to 70% accurate on a monthly and quarterly basis. However, we do not guarantee any profits. You should always trade with your own risk management strategy.

7. What is a Whale?

A whale is a large holder/trader of a cryptocurrency. They are often referred to as whales because of their large size and influence on the market. They are often the reason for large price movements in the market.

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