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Today's episode is proudly brought to you by try to cops the double bay dot com. Join up for the free biweekly video newsletter with myself my table, keep you up to date on the moves that are in this crypto market now if you want to learn how to make money within the market goes up or down go to try to call dot com. Now. Vitrey to call crypto show talking business influx. Jane? I'm Ashton Addison from venturing, four investment, pitch media and fintech news network and today on blockchain interviews with Craig Cobb from trader Cobb dot com. Fellow youtubers. Well, Craig great to see you and great to have you on the show, man. Let's look pleasure. Thank you so much for having me, your very, welcome. If we could kick this off with a wonderful introduction from you a little bit about how you got into trading, and what you're doing with your trading groups right now, that'd be a pleasure to hear issue. Look. I mean, I've been trading full now thirteen years, I've always had an interest in market. So I started investing at sixteen years old with my dad's help, and basically just sort of what my appetite for what what I wanted to do. Long term had a lot of good mentors. They all had massive teams to make the money. And I thought I really think I wanna have the hassle of having a huge team. So trading sort of fit that that objective there have and sort of do it all yourself, which comes with some negatives as well because it's effectively carrying everything on your own shoulders, a move to London when I was twenty one or twenty to move there. And basically saw on the on the song of the tube a Assam that said tax free trading. And so I went to a seminar. So the seminar and ended up getting a job with that semina- group, and I had a group of tried is that was sort of coaches and mentors. So I got in there at six in the morning. And what them for three hours before my shift started and stay with them until they left in the not to learn how to try so that was really my introduction into try a blue three accounts. So I lost a little business win where I was from in Noosa heads in astrology, and I blew a three accounts quite quickly trying to go online, and we'll get very quickly that you know, you need to have some structure in the spice, and the entrepreneurial spirit wasn't really gonna help me as a try required expertise. So I just kept working with Montoya's Chinese companies worked around the world in various places from New York. New Zealand all over Europe and whatnot. And I was very fortunate to be working with some the best tried is in that field. So not so much institutional traders to try to their money, which is kind of what the Partha was on. Because a lot of people that are in any institutions figure, it's difficult. How do you try your money was on the opposite of my do you tried someone else's? I'm comfortable with try to mind on say. Phosphor thirteen years lost. You I got introduced to crypto again, I was introduced to it in two thousand and thirteen didn't take any pot because it wasn't really a market for me to try. It didn't have the tools have the shots. They didn't have the leverage. So I left it alone and came back to it in. So I wasn't July two thousand I keep saying lost Jae. Now, of course, being the side of the it was July two thousand seventeen and from there really the volatility, of course, as you know, Ashton is paint phenomenal. And because we got the ability to go low in short. Now, you really can make an income in any direction of market, depending on what the product is. So it's some it's been a wonderful wonderful journey. Tried to call dot com was found three frustrations that knowing that there wasn't any real professionals fond out there that had this little level of experience that I was willing to trust another. We're out there. I just couldn't find them at the time. And he we all might that's great Craig. That's such an interesting backstory, you know, hearing about your father, and the mentorship. And now you're passing that on through. Your groups as a mentor to others trading now. So that's really great to hear. So can you tell me a little bit about you know, how much content you've been producing online. And you know, what your communities are looking like and where they're distributed. Yeah. Absolutely. So the most of the content that put out his frame the case, you know, I do podcast every single die on the try to cope crypto show had some great success with that some massive guests, and that was kind of crazy how Fossett took off. So every single day these content. They want us to basically content on YouTube. We do stuff on the websites of people go to try to cope dot com and subscribe to a free newsletter there at the bottom of the of the homepage within the community. So I go to slack group. They get videos once a day six days a week from myself all my team, which is basically I don't do tipping service or what do they call? It signal says I don't do that. Because I don't believe in you know. You know, the old saying teach Amanda fish fading for Dighton site, fate amount give given benefits fading for die teaching benefiting for life. That's sort of my objective. Hey, so I teach people what causes the strategies of toilet there. Chiklis trading system. And then I point people in the direction of the things I'm looking for. So they are powered to make their own decisions. And then hopefully that it may be any longer off the however long line Nayed, so the communities being a real blessing. It's the thing on the most proud of for the subscription. So for the subscribers in there, just watching them grow together. Help each other. There's this nice wearing there's no maturity, there's no silly just really mature a group of like minded people that are doing really really well, so yeah, it's it's it's painful tastic. There's a lot of phrase the phone on Twitter and on my on my face. But would you just try to call? That's great awesome crack, so you you meant you said it yourself, you know, give them a fish and you'll feed him for a day. And that is a common thing that I've. Seen in the crypto currency industry. There's a lot of signal groups as you said people just say by this coined by that cone, you might go up. You know, you're really teach your really on the technical analysis part of it as well. And you did mention that you traded a lot in the traditional markets and a lot of our viewers here we do have a lot from crypto. But we also have a lot of yours from traditional markets as well. And you said it yourself you saw crypto into thirteen and and you're already trading, but you didn't jump into it. And there was some hesitation there. And then you did jump into twenty seventeen and there's a lot of people in the stock market right now that are still on the on the edge right there and just from your experience jumping in. You know, what would you say to them is there a very large gap compared to four x markets stock markets compared to crypto or is it is it really easy to just jump in. All look, it depends on your techniques might I mean, look, there is a big gap. There's there's no doubt about it. There's a big gap in, you know, liquidity. There's there's no what need look witty all of traditional markets. Of course, there's no way near the level of professional tools that are available trading foreign exchange. Commodities futures all that sorta stuff, but but they lies the opportunity, and that's the thing. Rod emerging markets away opportunities lie at once the market is established in. That's great. You've got a little tools that you need. But a lot of the load of the volatility gets sapped out of until we see a a market correction now markets full hod than they go out. It's a true statement in and look all be looking to try to introduce new markets again, if we do see sustained down run, and the simple reason as is in two thousand nightjar the Jeff say that made me really try that was I did very very well throughout that period. And if I say something else as an opportunity like that coming up, then I'll be crazy. Not too tight. My abilities to those markets. But on focus more on the cryptocurrency at the top for the time banks because for those that are out there and traditional Marcus of trading. What? Now, consider your risk. Okay. So that's that's my risk right there. That's my recent multiple at any stock shares FX I'm looking for maybe two or three times at risk multiple. Maybe I've, you know, depending on the duration of the trade on the timeframe Tyke mob a few hours few weeks in crypto, for example. I've got a short on put this out publicly a short on bitcoin around fifty seven hundred back in November. Really, I had a one hundred dollars stops a super taught stop everything is sort of laund- up from a strategy shorted that in in the space of wake I seventeen to one reward to risk ratio. So let's amnestying a thousand bucks Skyla out that seventeen thousand return. So if we look at reward to risk ratios and apply the volatility of crypto, you reward risk ratio go through the roof if you are trying on lodger catchy will need to focus more. So within that top ten space. But when they moved guys, I mean, they just moved. So I well on if you're try to volatilities what you need and this market has it inspite. It's definitely there's definitely a lot of volatility, and I would expect there to be slightly less volatility in the years to come as there's more adoption. But right now, it seems like we're sort of in the wild west, right? Yeah. I mean, the world the statement wall was it makes it sound. Like, it's a floozy luggage hasn't credibility. It makes. It sounds scary. So I don't know if I like that just simply no, it's just a terminology. But the wall people go off the wall west that's sort of what they say. When it's talking about something, that's dodgy. This market is not dodgy. There's definitely some manipulation but signed with other markets man, like every market is manipulated. Whether they admit it, whether they get proven whether it's swept under the rug. It happens. Typically, go out to the little guy of Saint Thomas. Tom again, look off somebody's small. The regulators go with somebody smolder that can actually leave the gate and win because they go up against someone like do what you Bank the litigation proceedings. Take a long long time because the Bank balance of Deutsche Bank is five greater than the Bank. Balance of saying see C will ask will the FSI. So they try to void going in unless they know that they have absolutely no shot at losing. So it tends to be a little guy that that gets. Done or pained all when they leave the company, it's when they get done open definitely, and how much in your groups are you focusing on on risk mitigation because I know with volatility it's much riskier than than traditional markets. You know, how much is that a factor in every decision that you push towards your members. Everything's about looked at the the truest statement about trading is the trading is risk management, full stop. It's if you'll if you'll someone who sells Qasr, and you've got no cause a lot will you'll businesses done. Rod if you're a trader you'll 'cause you'll capital without capital in the Bank. You try you just playing a video game looking at a child. Right. So it's incredibly important to make sure you maintain and preserve your capital times. Don't think about making money thinking about what you can lose. That's the most important thing at every single step of the way. And that's what we talk about in the video is that's what we talk about in the group. That's what we talk about threat. The entire training courses. It's old do with risk. If you start thinking about making money, you typically not like money, focus on processes, what's important as a great tip. Craig? I appreciate that. And I was looking through the site. And I saw you know up front there's two or three basic strategies that you start to teach the fundamentals. Some other strategies could you touch on that a little bit? Yeah. There's there's three trading strategies teach would complete combined checklists and the reason for that. Is that markets moving three ways they go up down polls and move in a trend. Obviously, you know, whichever weather trending up down. They tend to pull back into a certain equilibrium point take a little break. And then move a game. That's my crypto cradle strategy. You gotta give these things in ninety man. Like, it's just a strategy. But you know, you pay will need to familiarize himself with it. So there's a language. The other one is markets move up down and they've bounced so that they continue to move really really quickly. So there's a strategy the called the Fibonacci boost to where I of course, used to Naci to capture move quite quickly in FOSS flowing fos moving market and the fauna ones bitcoin bright cab because markets the third thing. They'll do is they'll consolidate before move now most people will what a consolidation break. It is. And I signed PayPal police even being the position where they all breakouts. So many times I enter into a bracket, and it goes the opposite way and. That does happen. So we've got an ability that to us leading indicators to help us to Wade out. A lotta those tries it could go again. So that the reason there are three strategies like that is because that's how being tried for the last twelve foot and years, and that's how markets move try and keep it real simple. That's the focus of my life. Keep it simple. Keep it simple words to live by wonderful. So what are what is your long term plan for for twenty nine thousand nine and two thousand eighteen was quite the ride. It was a fun ride for those that were skiing downhill in the crypto, which just held the whole time twenty nine thousand nine we don't know what to expect as you said earlier the market sort of does what it wants. But you know, how are you going to play this out in two thousand nine hundred all it might I'm pretty happy to do as they lost you on the direction of an investment portfolio took an absolute baiting. I did manage to close quote a few. Quite a bit of providence fifteen thousand last year. It was pretty obvious to me that, you know, these moves don't continue forever. So assure you might get well you didn't get out at twenty. It's like ought to care. I bought at three and I go fifteen we're the best, you know, three week investments of my life. And then I bought back in nine. So yes, I have taken a bit of the baiting with everybody else. But Longtown looking at these five years, plus for so familiar, this is a it's a speculative investment into a new emerging technology on aware of that on on comfortable with that I can trade the direction so whether the market goes up or down just need trends and contrite, and the focus has been big time towards it back in two thousand nineteen just to try and get involved with more businesses in this space, build as many businesses have apart in as many businesses. We came to use our expertise to help them grow because I don't see blockchain technology going anywhere. And I think having a little bit of a speculative land across different businesses within the system is probably a pretty. Plays. Well, so we're just trying to. Essentially, get a footing across many different opportunities. Whether it be business trading or investing. That's great crag. And yet definitely diversify into other businesses. There's so many more businesses that are coming up and being excel A-Rated into the growth stages that are implementing blockchain technology and even outside of the financial industry, for example, event chain in ticketing and gaming gambling. All these great things. So there's so much to learn that it's hard to keep up five exotic splash. That's for sure we're still very early though, right for all these traditional investors that haven't jumped in yet or crypto people as well that are looking to find out more about the markets. What's the best way for them to get in contact with you guys and get involved? You look the best way to do. It is really mean we we've got a couple of free courses available as well. Which is literally to talk to traditional marketplace to introduce them to what block Chinese and really breakdown in a simplified fullness to actually what the opportunity is. So just jump across the try to cub dot com, and there's a little contact us page there if you'd like to contact us, we'll drop through that link and you can jump in and have a look at it. But across Feis Boca, obviously Twitter as well. Youtube all all the try to come channels, and you can jump on the tried to cope crypto podcast to get involved in avid eilly. Listen awesome. Hey, Craig goes, great speaking to you. That's all the time. We have for this time. But I'm looking forward to following up with you soon in two thousand nineteen and let's hope that you and your members are prospering. And I look forward to it. So thank you so much. Thank you so much you on the show Monteverdi. Appreciate you, Tom and to the audience. Thank you. The trade Cup. 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