Bitcoin Bottoms: The Psychology Of Bear Markets

Bitcoin Bottoms: The Psychology Of Bear Markets

The chase for the bitcoin bottom is still on since the digital asset fell below its $20,000 price level. Given that the bear market has not been long in the making, it stands to reason that the bull market isn’t here just yet. However, being able to pinpoint when the cryptocurrency has reached as low as it will go can help make smart investment choices and the previous bear trends can shine a light to how it might play out. Previous Bitcoin Bear Markets The most recent bitcoin bear markets point towards some important trends that may occur before a bitcoin bottom is established. The 2018....

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