Bitcoin - For Trading Not for Investing

CME:BTC1!   Bitcoin CME Futures
When Bitcoin was trading at around 60,000 level in late 2021 and before that year, whenever friends, acquaintance and participants asked my opinion about investing into cryptocurrency, immediately I knew they may not know much about cryptocurrency.

To clarify, I am not an expert in cryptocurrency, but I know its intrinsic value could not be calculated then and even today, therefore it is an instrument not for investing but for trading.
Let me elaborate, as long as we cannot define its intrinsic value to any so-call an asset, it is not an asset, but an instrument for trading.

When we get into trading, meaning, we have to acknowledge the getting in and out, out also represent to exit the market with either a profit or a loss, it is part of the deal in trading – we have to be quick when we make a wrong decision.
However, if you position yourself as an investor in crypto, you will either always perceive it will break new high or hope that it will someday go back to its former glory .

Throughout the whole tutorial, I will do a recap on how I have spotted this top here in November 2021. I have done this in another personal forum I have back then.

I will go through that and it may seem like a hindsight view, but I will apply the same strategy to the current market using just trendline and divergence.

Bitcoin Futures

Minimum Tick:
$5.00 = US$25
or $1.00 = US$5

Contract Value:
20,000 x US$5 = US$100,000

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