Who, what, when, where, how!?
I’ve had an unfortunate couple of days in my personal life so I took those days off crypto to get myself sorted and LORRRRDY was I shocked upon my return. I like many of you were lulled into a false sense of security and boredom with both the crypto market cap and Bitcoin sliding sideways.
Well, I’m not bored anymore. Luckily prior to my couple of days off I took a little profit, I’ve since reinvested that.
The buzz on the crypto street is one of conspiracy, confusion, outlandish complex ideas of why we “plummeted” but in reality, markets move and not everything needs to be picked through for answers. I think the best answer is the simplest… we’ve been in a bear market, case closed.
Bitcoin capitulation or bear trend continuation?
We’ll it’s no surprise we’ve left the symmetrical triangle, I had a look at the RSI and it’s trending the lowest it’s ever been… so I wanted to look further and ask the question “what happened after the RSI had hit on a low point?”
Well, as the chart I’ve put together shows… a reversal. After the final capitulation and a smack down of the RSI the Bitcoin trend reversed.
Now, does this mean it will happen again? No. However, statistically speaking it does favour a reversal and this might just be the final capitulation we’ve all been waiting for. As I mentioned above I taken this opportunity to pick up a few positions in the crypto market.
So, to summarise:
- Bitcoin RSI at it’s lowest point;
- Every other time we’ve seen a significant low point in the RSI the trend has reversed;
- This COULD be the final capitulation;
Keep an eye out for good opportunities, there are plenty right now.
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This is not financial advice, I’m just a stranger on the internet.