Bitcoin Price Analysis - Bubbles of the Past and Future

Bitcoin Price Analysis - Bubbles of the Past and Future

Results from the past do not offer guarantees for the future. It's the legal disclaimer that comes with every new financial brokerage account and trading promotion. And for good reason. Because results from the past, do not offer a guarantee for the future. Then again, history tends to repeat itself. Let's take a look at the two most recent Bitcoin bubbles: Bitcoin to USD - Jan 2013 to Oct 2013. Bitcoin to USD - Aug 2013 to Jul 2014. If you superimpose them over each other, a clear pattern emerges: Bitcoin to USD chart - April 2013 and December 2013 bubbles superimposed. The similarity....

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