- Please, don't downvote, instead, some feedback would be appreciated.
- Before you continue: Will only work on Apple devices because of the API being used.
- You can skip this, just some information: Originally, I found a good looking template that comes with Numbers (Apple) but it doesn't work as expected; Basically it will fail to calculate properly based on different currencies.
- General idea was to have something quick, clean, setup-free and portable for Apple devices. Most of the spreadsheets out there are Google-tied. There are a lot of other spreadsheets around fully customizable for Android users.
- The spreadsheet works! Per API design, information is updated with PREVIOUS market day closing values.
- Check instructions in "Documentation" to override currency settings.
- When rebalancing mutual funds, it will calculate how much $ (Cash) to invest, but when doing Stocks / ETFs will do the shares to add and cash too.
- For Canadians: TD E-Series values are accurate but with an important delay because of the information not being properly updated by Yahoo.
- Some Screenshots:
- Link to download (Current version 1.8):
v1.8a Modifications: - Fixed: Not every label showing in the "Portfolio". - Modified: Portfolio "% Gain" Graphic now showing values. - 52 W. Low / High Graphic in "Watchlist" replaced by Beta Graphic. - Minor tables corrections.
v1.8 Modifications: - Reported: Major bug fixed when changing regional and currency settings. - Formula fixed when calculating dividends income. - Several elements locked to avoid dragging on mobile devices. - Watchlist "1y Target" columns modified to make sorting possible. - Watchlist % Growth negative values fixed. - Minor tables fix.
v1.7b Modifications: - Fixed formula error in the Watchlist sheet. - Modified tables when scrolling for mobile devices / smaller screens.
v1.7a Modifications: - Fixed cell error in the Dividend sheet. - Replaced Dividend's graphic by 2D Donut instead of 2D Bar.
v1.7 Modifications: - Working as originally intended: * Just one file for any single country/currency. * Base file provided in Numbers never supported multicurrency independently of the formulas. * Will use as a base the ticker's original currency on which this one is traded. * Depending on the country you live in, the spreadsheet will calculate the proper "Cost Basis", "Market Value" and "Gain". * Support for all major countries and currencies. * The previous setting is based on the device's "Language & Region" configuration. Can be overridden, instructions in the "Documentation" sheet.
- "Documentation" sheet modified. Added instructions for currency support and override settings.
- "Live Forex Rates & Currencies" provided by Yahoo. Any given difference should be based on this and not on the formulas.
- Table optimizations, bug fixes, error handling, removed several calculations.
v1.6 Modifications: - Added % Growth in the Portfolio sheet graphic. - Implemented Dividend income calculation per year in a new sheet. - Added some conditional colouring in the "Rebalance" sheet if "Desired %" is not 0% or 100%. - Some bugs fixes and table corrections.
v1.5 Modifications: * Added Multicurrency support and fixed several bugs in the Portfolio page: - "Market Value" and "Cost Basis" per Ticker will be added as in the ticker currency (Do not add a currency format to the cells!) - Total "Market Value" and Total "Cost Basis" will be calculated in the currency you do transactions (Either U.S. or CAD) - Total ticker's gains and the "Gain" total will be displayed in the currency you do transactions (Either U.S. or CAD)
If you find any error or problems and/or you need support for any other currency let me know.
This has been bugging me for a while so thank you for endulging my rambling. TL;DR at the end.
I'd like for everyone to just think about what we're trying to do here. Don't forget what the ultimate goal is. Anyone remember? Is it to make a profit? No, that's a secondary goal. The primary goal is to develop widespread adoption of cryptocurrency as an alternative to fiat currency. Anyone remember this lofty goal or did we all forget this while chasing 30% daily price swings. We're trying to complete with USD, GBP, EUR, and CNY, remember? This is EUR vs. USD.
You'll note that this is all data (or click on "All" button on the bottom), going back to 1993 through today. What do you notice? You'll notice an open of $1.22 to €1. After a few months
, it fell about 10%, then rose up 24% over the next two years
only to drop about 40% over seven years
and then almost doubling over eight years
only to drop about a third in the last ten years
to where it is today - almost where we were 25 years ago (approximately). This is BTC vs. USD.
You'll note that this is all data going back to 2011. During the last seven years
it has... oh my God are you kidding me?! This is LTC vs. USD.
Let's not forget what we're talking about. We're talking about currency. For currency to be used, it needs to be relatively stable. Now compare the charts above. Let's say we created a new country called Cryptonia. Which of these would you like to use as currency? EUR? BTC? LTC? My money is on EUR. Why? Because it's relatively stable.
Now let's fast forward a bit and pretend that Cryptonia has adopted Litecoin as its official currency. Our largest trading partner is the US. How would transactions between merchants work in this scenario, taking into account the last few days. I'll use the following prices:
- 1/16: $227
- 1/17: $163
- 1/18: $194
Let's run through a transaction:
- Cryptonian citizen C1 is selling a widget at 1 Litecoin to an American citizen A1
- A1 pays $227 and C1 gets that converted to 1LTC
- C1 is also selling another widget to A2 on the same day for 1LTC and has 2LTC total
- A1 decides that they don't want the item and would like to return it. C1 issues refund of 1LTC. A1 gets $163. A1 loses $64 or 28.2% on the return.
- C1 now has 1LTC
- A2 is decides to do nothing.
- A2 decides to sell the widget to C2 for 1LTC
- C2 says the price is fair since it was 1LTC a few days ago and buys it
- A2 gets $194, a 19% profit from two days ago
- A1 is pissed
- C1 is happy since they made one sale
- A2 is happy since they made a 19% profit
- C2 is happy since they have a widget at a fair price
This works both ways as far as you can do the math in USD vs. LTC to see how this screws over at least one party due to the wild price swings. Note: fiat currency does the same thing with one key difference explained later on.
Don't forget that this is all within 3 days. Now sure, obviously the last few days isn't something that happens every day ... but doesn't it? Look at the examples of EUR:USD. Any sharp spikes or drops have taken months to execute - enough time for relative prices
to adjust. Look at cryptocurrency prices - the swings (from a percentage basis) are wild on a regular basis. In short, cryptocurrency isn't acting like currency. It's acting like an asset and not just an asset but a highly speculative one. The IRS is right to treat it like an asset because if it looks like an asset, and it acts like an asset, then it is an asset.
Where do I believe this should go? I believe cryptocurrency market needs to mature. I believe these drastic price swings need to stop. When will this happen? I believe it'll happen when the cryptocurrency market reaches a happy plateau where the market cap has reached a point where the buyers and sellers mostly eliminate one another and the relatively large price swings - from a percent point of view - are as boring as Mr. Stein
. EUR vs. USD went up 0.03% today. 0.03%. In LTC-speek, that's going up $0.58 for the whole day. Oh and it was a wild ride too. Why it went all the way down to $1.21697 and all the way up to 1.22645. I know, I know - tie me down because I'm out of control.
Is this the only problem? No. Cryptocurrency has another problem and that's the sheer number of types of coins available. How many coins are available? 1,448
. Nearly 1,500 coins all competing with each other for market share. We have Bitcoin at about $200b all the way to something like Digital Money Bits (DMB, an appropriate acronym). What is it? Who cares, it's worth $3,832. Not $3.832 billion or million but literally $3,832 with a volume of $35,509 today and hey, just this June, its market cap reached an all time high of $62,000! You missed the recent run-up though and boy did you miss it. On January 1st, its market cap was worth almost five hundred dollars! Yep, about two Litecoins! But look at it now - it went from $500 market cap to $3,832 in less than three weeks. Clearly this one is shooting to the moon.
This is a problem. Decentralization has an unfortunate side effect of - duh - nobody being in charge. There's no real clearance for these and some people with a little bit of money can literally copy and paste
a whitepaper and have this chart
and have a serious valuation of almost $17b from $140 million in literally 30 days. This doesn't act like a currency either.
This is a problem.
Don't forget, this isn't like the dot-com era. We're not launching IPO's and .com companies that have different ideas. Amazon isn't like Ebay, or Google, or Yahoo, or Facebook or anything else. They all have different ideas for different segments of the population. We are in the cryptocurrency market. The world today has 180 fiat currencies
. Cryptocurrency market is approaching 1,500. We need to trim the fat and the outright forgeries. Market cap isn't enough to weed them out. There needs to be something, a stabilizing force, that should act as a clearinghouse for launch of new cryptocurrencies. The market has failed to destroy shitcoins. Heck, it rewarded them based on lies, paid endorsements, FOMO, and FUD for other coins. This doesn't help the cryptocurrency market. It helps a few people get really wealthy really quickly and you are left holding the bag, so to speak. Should coins only be allowed to be introduced when its network reaches a certain hash rate? Isn't that the only objective point of value we have - number of mathematical calculations and power used in those calculations? You can't fake that.
What's another problem with cryptocurrency? It's what it represents. The governments don't see crypto as a positive force. After all, it directly competes with their own currencies. Can the governments shut this down? No - this is the Internet, after all. But they can kill it in other ways. I don't know how many people here remember but my first brush with Bitcoin was the ransomware viruses which wanted $300 in Bitcoin to unlock files. Bitcoin was seen as something tied to illegal activities. If governments - and let's say the US, South Korea, and China in particular - ban Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in particular then what they'll really do is make transactions illegal. What's the on-ramp and off-ramp to/from crypto? The banks which are already regulated. Now let's say you're in the US, your bank account is tied to your Coinbase account and you have some cryptocurrency. US issues a regulation which states that trading cryptocurrency is now illegal. It issues orders to all US banks to shut down related accounts. The following things will happen: cryptocurrency prices will tank and everyone is going to scramble taking money out which would likely overload the system, causing massive delays.
But let's say you're left holding your crypto and it's been a month. What can you do with it? Not much. Crypto isn't accepted in enough places yet. You can continue holding, hoping the price and ability to extract will come back one day. After all, you can't get your money back. Your bank closed your related account. You can open another one at any new bank but they'll either ban you from connecting your account to Coinbase or they'll confiscate any money coming from Coinbase and charge you with a crime. Now have the governments banned crypto? No - you can use and trade crypto all you want since it can't be traced. But have they effectively? Yes. Ironically, it's the banks that'll save us and I think that's why Ripple blew up. After all, if you have a cryptocurrency that sucks the bank's [censored] and plays along, you can get:
- somewhat decentralized
- tied to various governments, i.e. no ban, little competition
- and use the banks money for lobbying to make sure the governments don't ban it
I think that's why something like Ripple blew up - because it doesn't care much about regular people, it wants to be the speedy highway for bank<->bank transfers.
What's a solution to this problem? More regulation and playing nice with the governments. Crypto isn't going mainstream if you shut out all governments. It needs to be connected. This means working with regulators to make sure that KYC laws
are followed, that people report and pay money on any gains, and that - to a point - there's some supervision and tracing of transactions in a way that if you're robbed, you can get your money back. This will create a new job field
, which - considering our current growth - will create a whole slew of high-paying white-collar jobs. Considering the high-level of transactions, banks would start this, followed by private companies, governments, and law-enforcement agencies. A good way to start this is what CBOE and CME have started to do - legitimize the currency. This is a foot in the door to the real holy grail: FOREX markets. When it's legitimized and not in serious competition with governments, it'll be embraced and its availability - along with instant transfers and low fees - will be widely supported by serious platforms.
Until these problems are fixed, the cryptocurrency market will remain what it is today: a speculative asset and not a currency. During the time it's taken me to write this post, Litecoin has gone up 2.6%. Euro remains at 0.03% gain.
Thanks for reading! TL;DR
- We're supposed to be creating a new type of currency - cryptocurrency - as opposed to chasing profits. To do this, we need to have stable charts and not wild price swings.
- We need to dump most coins on the market and focus on serious ideas that have potential. Market cap has failed to reign in fraud with large, multi-billion dollar shitcoins flooding in. Network hash rate and power usage is a measure we can use to determine objective worth.
- We're competing with governments and until we find a way to work with them, the governments can choke the life out of the entire cryptocurrency markets. This should start with KYC implementations and interoperability with the markets such as FOREX.
So I just saw someone else post something titled "Crush my dreams". Which I think is a great idea. I for one don't want to waste my time learning something that I can't ever be good at. I'm reading along and everyone is giving it to em. It seems the general consensus is "25% per year would be something only really good traders could achieve." Basically giving a very grim outlook to currency exchange. Especially something that is touted as something you can bring little money to and with hard work make a living out of. 25% on an initial $2000 investment is just $500. Which is definitely a lot more than someone would get putting their money in the bank but not really what you'd call making a living. submitted by
I recently found this subreddit and really enjoy it. I've learned a lot from the 2-3 weeks I've been stalking it. I heard about Forex back in December from my mother in law. She was talk about it from a co worker. Since December I've been trying to immerse myself in this concept of forex. Scouring tutorials, books, videos, etc. I learn something new every day and I feel like I gain a new piece to the puzzle all the time, Still not quite ready to dump my own real money into it yet but I feel close.
So the mother in laws coworker, who informed us about forex started back in August of 2014. That's when she invested real money. She trades mostly from her cell phone. No technical analysis from what I can tell. She's a very nice lady. Wants to help people so she offered to teach me what she knows. I cooked her up a dish as thanks and headed over. She told me how she found out about forex. She told me how she spent like $250 on a class that she felt ripped off because she lost part of her initial investment because the "teacher" didn't tell her about actually closing her trades.
This is going to be a brief and outlined description of what she "taught" me the day I went to her place. Keep in mind I've been studying on my own for almost 6 months.
-Candle wick is on the bottom? It's going to go up so buy. -Candle wick is on the top? It's going to go down so sell. -Trade USD/CAD -Trade from 8AM EST - 12PM EST -Don't trade from 12-1 (Lunch ish on the stock market?) -Don't trade on bank holidays -Don't trade if you're not going to watch it (she's basically scalping and I don't think she knows much about stop limits? idk) -Go to dailyfx.com and read the news. -Go to yahoo news and read the financial section. (Edit: This is an oversimplified explanation of what she taught. These were the main points)
That was essentially it. Which don't get me wrong, there's some good info in there, but not exactly the education I expected to get from a successful trader. I asked her a couple questions and had used the terms support and resistance and she was like "I don't know much about the terminology but that's why I think you will do better than me because you're smarter than me."
From what I can tell she just has some sort of instinct and can read the market really freaking well.
So to really raise some eyebrows: Her initial investment in August was around $500. She lost about half on some bad initial trades. She has, since then, grown her account to over $23,000. I shit you not. I saw her trading station with my own eyes. I asked her just to confirm that she had not added any extra money since her initial $500 and she said no. Which is something like a 10,000-11,000% return on investment right? Like 1000% increase per month on average.
She seems like a very genuine lady. She didn't charge me anything. She checks up on me regularly to see my progress. She says she just wants to help me and my wife get on our feet. She's very nice. I tried trading on the 1m and 5m charts and just found that the spreads were eating up my gains on the demo account. Not enough winning trades with enough pip change.
What are you guys thoughts? I know this is probably going to seem made up, but had I not looked at her account with my own eyes I'd be calling bullshit, which was the main reason I wanted to go over to her place and have her teach me. Just to see her account and see if she was full of it... But it was in fact a real account. It was ready to be withdrawn if she wanted to.
Despite its simplicity and the opportunity to make high returns making just easy yes/no type investment decisions, a binary trader can give themselves a distinct edge and an increased chance of trading success in a number of ways. The very basic strategy you see in this chapter can be adhered to and learnt by anyone with little or no experience in financial trading, yet can still have a significant impact on the overall profit or loss of the trader.
Binary Options Basic Strategy Steps https://preview.redd.it/jqx7wia09jz01.png?width=512&format=png&auto=webp&s=4f7aad9001b96b626f3bd882d79cc3da073f1d9f Learn the Assets
The choice of assets in which to trade can run into the hundreds with that number increasing all the time. Each asset has its own characteristics, so it is best advised to commit the time and energy to specialize in just a few assets than try to understand the complexities of all of them. The more you understand about an asset, the easier it is to explain and predict why it is moving in one particular direction. The targeting of just a couple of assets to focus on is probably the most rewarding of all the tactics that can be applied to binary trading and can open the doors to more profit opportunities. Practice Practice makes perfect!
It doesn’t matter if you are playing sports or making an investment. The more you practice; the more chance you will get it right when it really matters. Having a practice account or trying a demo can give the trader opportunities to get a feel for the platform, try out new strategies and familiarize yourself with the customer service without having to actually put any money down. Read the news
Knowing what is happening in the world doesn’t involve scouring the news for hours on end and more often than not, a few targeted news sites can keep even the most isolated trader up to date with the news and events that formulate market direction. Be sure to read our daily analysis which covers all the major markets including Forex, Stocks, Commodities and Indices. It even looks at the outlook for the day with upcoming economic events and how they might affect the various assets. Having access to a good economic calendar will keep the trader up to date on what data is being released and when – a key cause of market volatility. Choose the right platform
There is no shortage of choice in binary options trading platforms, even after regulation weeded out some of the undesirables. The platforms in which trade vary considerably. So when choosing a platform that is right for you, it is important to consider: Number of Assets
Different platforms offer different assets. Generally, the number of assets a platform will offer can be as little as 20 running up to the hundreds for other platforms. This is not to say that the platform offering the most assets is the best; even though more profit opportunities are created by an increased amount of assets to trade, the important aspect is choosing a platform that offers the assets right for you, especially if you are looking to trade currency pairs or stocks. As a rule, avoid trading platforms which offer just a few currency pairs and a limited number of assets as these will limit your profit opportunities. The Returns
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Something that is often over looked by traders but can be very important in money management. The different platforms have different rules regarding every aspect of the deposit and withdrawal process. There can be limitations and penalties on the withdrawals which may affect your liquidity, so read through the terms and conditions to make sure the platforms banking policy suits you. Others
Now that regulation is being phased in; issues like security are becoming less of an issue than before. Check the security level by looking at its encryption level. The trading platform should at least have 128 bit SSL encryption ability from a major software security provider.
The platform must offer access that matches your needs which again, is less of a problem, with many platforms now offering 24/7 trading Customer service
The customer service is always an important aspect to choosing the right platform which also often gets overlooked. Trying out a demo account will give you a feel of the customer service on offer. It’s a sad fact that like with any business, not all platforms offer customer service that is up to scratch, so make sure the platform you choose offers the customer services you expect and want. How to Trade
Once a suitable platform has been chosen long with which assets to trade and only after the research has been done, it is time to make a trade. Trading in binary options could not be any easier.
1) Choose an Asset – Anything from currency pairs like the EUUSD, Stocks like Yahoo, Indices like the Nikkei 225 and commodities like Gold.
2) Make your Prediction – Select a call or put option on the asset you have chosen
3) Choose the amount to invest
4) Wait for Expiry.
If your prediction was correct at the time of expiry; you are in the money and receive the stated payout. If your prediction was incorrect at the time of expiry; you are out of the money, but still receive a percentage of your original stake back up to approximately 15%.
The recent Tron updates, pronouncements regarding the speed of the Tron
platform and the resumption of TRX deposits trading in BitForex has been making headway in the cryptocurrency sphere. Going by Singapore time, on 26th June, all Tron (TRX)
digital coins of BitForex had completed the main platform migration while the management of Tron Foundation went ahead to praise Tron’s speed jokingly refereeing to it as being faster than the Lamborghini.
Getting the vibe from Tron
Foundation, one of the candidates vying for the super representatives’ posts, Team Tronics, posted a post with a video on his Twitter page about the transaction speed clocking few seconds indicating the site is both user-friendly and swift at the same time. The tweet reads:
Team Tronics@team_tronicsIf you want to know the speed of the #TRON network, please have a look at this video. Made by Fabrice, aka @SnearK6 technical member of @team_tronics ! @justinsuntron @Tronfoundation you are doing a very good job!PART 27:31 AM - Jun 28, 2018277131 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy
At the same time, Cobo wallet has also finished Tron’s new mainnet advancement and has recommenced services for TRX
digital coins. On the other side, CoinFalcon, a virtual currency exchange whose intention is to thought-provokingly put the future of coinage, in the pockets of the world, listed Tron
deposits and withdrawals recently. CoinFalcon disclosed:
“Users that have deposited their tokens to CoinFalcon before the migration will also now be able to trade their newly-minted digital coins.”
Many people expected
a price surge following the launch and general adoption of the new Main Net following April’s bullish trend that saw Tron’s value
increase by more than 250%. But contrary to popular belief and the expectation of many, Tron’s prices have been going drastically down ever since the dramatic upsurge although recording a slight comeback on 18th June, which saw Tron’s prices move up from 0.041 US dollars to 0.051 US dollars. Blockchain lottery - clear way to win Be part of the newest Exchange in Brazil, with it"s own token, similar to Binance. Earn crypto without investment! Monetize your site"s content with TokenAd Firelotto - fair blockchain lotto!
Will Lambo Speeds Lead to a Possible Bull Run shortly?
It is obvious by now that nobody can say or predict for sure cryptocurrency price valuation on a particular day considering the volatility of the market. However, there is no doubt about the exciting future Tron (TRX)
has ahead of it.
To many analysts including myself (I’m trying my best to be), the only outcome the market should expect is a boom in its prices probably in the early stages of Q3 this year. To simply put it, What am trying to say is that Tron’s value might be tanking, just like many other virtual currencies, but the level of tanking Tron
might be experiencing might come to shock the whole world with a drastic price surge.
I can advise you now for free that if you are searching for a digital coin to add in your portfolio, one of the currencies you might want to consider is Tron (TRX)
Contrary to the market trend of selling cryptos when they are depreciating and fetching low valuations when the prices go down, it should be time for investors to buy and store the cryptos somewhere (Tron
now) until the day we are all waiting. When the values could fetch Bitcoin
like prices that might just allow us to buy our very own Lamborghini. Time decides everything.
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