Cryptocurrency, STRATEGIES, TRADING

Ryan Wilday

Analyst, Cryptocurrency Trading Service,

ElliottWaveTrader.net

  • Market Analyst & Author of 2 Ebooks on Cryptotrading
  • Over 17 Years’ Trading Experience, 8 Years in Cryptocurrency
  • Track Record Calling Major Tops & Bottoms in Bitcoin

About Ryan

Ryan Wilday has over two decades of experience trading equities, futures, and options. He began trading cryptocurrencies in 2013, and today, he melds his deep knowledge of the cryptocurrency market with Elliott Wave theory. In August 2017, Mr. Wilday launched his Cryptocurrency Trading service on elliottwavetrader.net.

Ryan's Articles

Ethereum brought the use of smart contracts to scale. Smart contracts are essentially financial agreements between two or more parties, governed by code, says Ryan Wilday or ElliotWaveTrader.net.
It’s been a while since I wrote about this grueling bear market in cryptos - now 12 months long, and counting. So, in this article I’d like to rewind the clock a bit, says Ryan Wilday. He's presenting at TradersExpo New York.
I haven’t been able to write for a considerable time due to business trips, vacations, and just the day to day of running a crypto trading room, a 24/7 job at times. But I’m back. And this is an important point to write, says Ryan Wilday Thursday. 
In last week’s Trading Lesson: $545 Ether and $7045 Bitcoin Are Key Areas to Watch my charts showed that I expected a corrective rally into the zones we are now pushing against. As always, I marked key resistance with a box and price has entered those areas, writes Ryan Wilday Tuesday.

Ryan's Videos

A panel discussion led by Avi Gilburt, with Garrett Patten and Ryan Wilday, regarding how the equity, metals, bond, and crypto markets are setting up for 2023.

Bitcoin has had a difficult time over the last year. After a 70+% correction, and a strong reversal off of $17,100, is Bitcoin finally ready for six figures?
Will recession put Bitcoin under pressure along with other risk assets? Or is Bitcoin as a store value exactly what we need? Ryan discusses where he sees Bitcoin going over the next year or so.
While Bitcoin remains over long-term support, many crypto equities broke down, putting them in a dangerous position. What happened, and what do we do next?