Coinbase Pro Tutorial – Trade Cryptocurrency on Coinbase Pro

Coinbase Pro tutorial – how to trade cryptocurrency on Coinbase Pro, how enter limit orders, market order, stop loss order, how to deposit to Coinbase Pro and how to use Coinbase Pro for beginners.

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0:00 Setup Coinbase Pro
1:39 Security
3:15 Portfolio tab
3:37 Deposit & withdraw cryptocurrency
5:54 Cryptocurrency pairs on Coinbase Pro
7:24 Chart basics
9:52 Order book & trades
12:02 Coinbase Pro fees
13:11 Market order
14:40 Limit order
16:57 Stop loss order

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“Cryptocurrency is not regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority and is not subject to protection under the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme or within the scope of jurisdiction of the UK Financial Ombudsman Service. Investing in cryptocurrency comes with risk and cryptocurrency may gain in value, or lose some or all value. Capital gains tax may be applicable to profits from cryptocurrency sales.”

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  1. C'mom man seriously? Ur that kind of dude? Can't take constructive criticism? Deleting my comments and I was brutally fair. I still said this tutorial was good 😛

  2. Hi there, thank you for taking the time to make it clear how stop loss orders operate. However, I don't understand just one thing. What is the stop loss order used for on the sell tab? What does it do and how would you figure to set the amount at on it? The best way I figure it is that, I suppose, you could set it similar or close to the original limit order amount. This way at the very least it will do exactly what the limit order does on the buy tab. Is this right?

  3. @ 16:59 BUY ORDER -Type: STOP/Limit allows you to specify a Limit for your preferred Price with an [optional] contingent STOP Order (Same as a Market Order) that dictates what happens if the Price rises or sinks. If you state on the STOP field a value Higher than your Limit and the Crypto rises to said number, it will then execute as a Market Order making a quick profit depending on your range. If however you set a STOP value lower than your Limit and the Price of the Coin starts sinking down to said value, it will post execute as a Market Order protecting your investment in the event that the currency crashes.

  4. Please make a 1 minute tutorial how to follow a signal in coinbase pro binance kucoin
    When signal get released by expert traders

  5. If you have a Coinbase account do you automatically have a Coinbase Pro account, or you have to sign up for it?

  6. Are you supposed to give a Coinbase customer service representative over the phone the email address that you used to create your Coinbase account?

  7. This is great. Time for me to transfer from coinbase to pro I think. It's much more straight forward than i realised.

  8. I liked the way you explained a stop order, which is essentially 2 limit orders, one on the buy side, the other on the sell side.
    Thank you for this lovely tutorial. On point.

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