Interval Automatic Investment Plan

Interval fixed investment plan
According to one or more long-term indicators, such as moving averages, Bitcoin valuation curves, etc., historical K-lines are divided into different intervals. We can see which ranges are at the relative lows of the cycle, and then buy Bitcoin in these low ranges, and the lower the range, the more we buy.
I divided all the intervals into 7 levels, expressed by an index, 0-1-2-3-4-5-6.
Each level in the chart corresponds to a different background color.
White represents the index 0 interval
Gray represents index 1 interval
Red represents the index 2 interval
Blue represents the index 3 range
Purple represents the index 4 interval
Orange represents the index 5 range
Green represents the index 6 range
Stop buying when the Bitcoin price is in the index 0 range
When the Bitcoin price is in the index 1 range, buy 1 capital
When the Bitcoin price is in the index 2 range, buy 2 funds
. . .
When the Bitcoin price is in the index 6 range, buy 6 funds

Of course, you can also choose to use the Fibonacci sequence to correspond to the buying multiples of different intervals

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