If you've looked into into using Technical Analysis, then you've probably heard of the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) indicator. So what it it? How does it work? And can it be used to help us make smarter trading and investing decisions?
Let's be frank, most cryptocurrency investors have had a tough time so far in 2018. But to those who believe in the future of digital assets, today's falling prices could present long-term buying opportunities. If you fall into this category, then you're probably asking yourself which cryptocurrencies to buy on the dip?
Throughout the current cryptocurrency "bear market", I've been looking more closely at some of the different cryptocurrencies on offer. Is NEO a good long term investment? Let's find out.