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10 YouTube Channels to Learn How to Trade Crypto

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Trading crypto is not like trading regular equities. The markets are driven by different factors and behave in different ways.

If you want to learn how to trade crypto, YouTube is a great place to start. Some professional traders post regular educational videos, strategy ideas, and general market analysis.

Here are our top 10 favorite YouTube channels about how to trade cryptocurrency.

1. Chart Champions

Chart Champions is run by a former professional stock trader who switched to trading crypto in 2017.

The focus of the channel is on looking at the charts of various crypto tokens and performing technical analysis. A new video lands on most days.

You’ll also find plenty of videos that’ll teach how to perform your own technical analysis. Topics covered include Elliott Wave Theory, Bollinger Bands, how to use stop losses, how to identify and trade market trends, and a whole lot more.

2. InnerCircleTrader

InnerCircleTrader is one of the foremost FOREX traders on YouTube. And while his videos do not specifically relate to crypto, the lessons you’ll learn by following his educational courses will stand you in extremely good stead to make a profit from the crypto markets.

But before you start watching, a word of warning. InnerCircleTrader’s videos are complex; don’t try and jump in randomly. Start at the beginning and watch all his videos in chronological order. And don’t forget to take notes!

3. Bitcoin Bravado

Bitcoin Bravado is a membership-based online community of traders. A subscription costs $97 per month. We’re not subscribers, so we can’t comment on the quality of the content you receive for that fee.

We can, however, comment on the quality of the YouTube videos that the group publishes. Broadly speaking, the channel runs two concurrent series: Don and Jack Live (in which the pair focus on trading order flow) and The Correction (which is more focused on education and analysis).

Jack is a popular member of the crypto Twitter community. You can find him at @BTC_JackSparrow.

4. Cheds Trading

Anyone who follows crypto Twitter will have also come across Big Cheds (@bigcheds). He’s widely regarded as one of the most successful and reliable crypto traders on the platform and posts a never-ending stream of charts and analysis. He’s also a regular contributor to CNBC’s Crypto Trader show.

It’s perhaps less well-known that Cheds also has a successful YouTube channel. New videos are only released about once a month, but they are consistently some of the most insightful and in-depth crypto trading guides on the web.

5. Philakone

Another Twitter personality who runs a popular YouTube channel is Philakone. His focus is on day trading—so don’t expect to see videos talking about what the price of Bitcoin is likely to be in a couple of weeks, let alone in a couple of months.

His favored indicators include Elliott Wave, RSI, and MACD, so you can expect to see lots of discussion around those topics.

6. Crypto Cred

Like Cheds Trading, Crypto Cred is not the type of channel that posts a new video every few days. However, when a new crypto trading video of his does land, it’s like gold dust. For anyone who wants to learn how to trade crypto, it is must-watch content.

If nothing else, make sure you watch the channel’s “Technical Analysis Series” videos. At the time of writing, 10 have been published. The crypto trading topics covered so far are RSI, Trendlines, Ichimoku Cloud, Order Flow, Fibonacci Levels, Risk Management, Horizontal S/R, Candlestick Charts, Entry Triggers, and S/R Trade Setup.

7. TheChartGuys

TheChartGuys focus on teaching technical analysis across a number of sectors, but there’s a big chunk of content dedicated to crypto.

The two playlists to keep an eye on are Trading Lessons and BTC and Cryptocurrency Technical Analysis. The latter of the two is still receiving new videos—you can expect a new one to drop every couple of days.

The Trading Lessons series concluded a couple of years ago, but the lessons contained within it are invaluable. The series contains 37 videos in total and covers everything from drawing trendlines for beginners to considerably more complicated subjects.

8. DataDash

DataDash is another YouTube channel that covers all aspects of trading and investments—not just crypto.

However, the channel has published a “Trading Tips” series with 20 individual videos. The lessons you’ll learn by watching the series can be applied to any investment opportunity, crypto included.

The series is perfect for anyone who doesn’t have lots of time to spend watching hour-long videos about how to trade crypto. Almost all the videos in this series run for less than 10 minutes.

9. Bitraged

Bitraged is solely focused on trading— you’re not going to find general crypto news or opinion. The key topics covered in the channel are market analysis, trading strategy, and education.

Sadly, new videos used to get published frequently, but the flow of new content seems to have dried up in recent months. Nonetheless, the older material is definitely worth digging through to pick up some insightful lessons.

10. Crypto Gnome

We end with Crypto Gnome. He provides educational content mixed with news and analysis.

A lot of the content on this channel is geared towards trading platforms, automated trading algorithms and bots, and technical analysis.

It’s also another channel that’s great for anyone short of time. Very few of the videos exceed three minutes in length.

Learn More About How to Trade Crypto

Crypto trading YouTube channels are a great resource to check out, but if you want to become an expert crypto trader, they are only one part of the puzzle.

To learn more, check out our articles on the best books about trading crypto and the best fundamental analysis indicators for crypto.

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Dan Price
Dan has a background in both finance and technology. Previously, he worked for more than five years as a private financial consultant, advising clients on single investments, fund portfolios, long-term savings, and more. Dan holds professional qualifications from the UK's Chartered Insurance Institute, including a Certificate in Discretionary Investment Management and a Diploma in Financial Planning. Dan also writes for Blocks Decoded's sister publication, MakeUseOf. He started at the company in 2014 and has gone on to hold several key positions in the organization. In mid-2017, Dan finally started to invest in crypto. He is a firm advocate of index tracking funds and automated portfolio balancing. He's currently using the Crypto20 token and Hodlbot for exposure to the top 50 coins.
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