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Wednesday, December 29, 2021

ALGOUSD D2: 250%+ gains THE BEST Level to BUY/HOLD(SL/TP)(NEW)

ALGOUSD D2: 250%+ gains THE BEST Level to BUY/HOLD(SL/TP)(NEW)

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ALGOUSD D2: 250%+ gains THE BEST Level to BUY/HOLD(SL/TP)(NEW)
IMPORTANT NOTE: speculative setup. do your own
due dill. use STOP LOSS. don't overleverage.

๐Ÿ”ธ Summary and potential trade setup
::: ALGOUSD D2 chart review
::: updated/revised outlook
::: overall strong chart looks good
::: BULLISH compression pattern
::: focus on buying lower later
::: final swipe lower possible/likely
::: but then expect MASSIVE GAINS
::: chart looks good /strong
::: still valid today / great setup BULLS
::: BULL FLAG setup with massive upside
::: still expecting pullback off the highs
::: get ready to BUY LOW later
::: accumulation in range previously
::: then we had 350% gains PUMP
::: we had 2 pumps already before this
::: 350% pump - pullback
::: then 350% pump and now pullback mode
::: expecting short-term pullback
::: BULLS get ready to BUY after pullback
::: TP bulls is +250% gains later
::: expecting decent gains soon
::: 20-30% pullback short-term
::: recommended strategy: BUY/HOLD after pullback
::: TP BULLS +250% gains
::: bull run not over yet
::: good luck traders!
::: BUY/HOLD and get paid. period.
๐Ÿ”ธ Supply/Demand Zones
::: N/A
::: N/A
๐Ÿ”ธ Other noteworthy technicals/fundies
::: TD9 /Combo update: N/A
::: Sentiment mid-term: BULLS
::: Sentiment short-term: BEARS/PULLBACK

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