BTC Needs mas capitulation. Let's get this over with already!!

BITFINEX:BTCUSD   Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar
As we can see we are getting less and less volatile which is a sign of consolidation. 

We need the weak hands to gtfo so we can get the show on the road already. Once we get a couple of big sell offs (Capitulation) and some more sideways action, we will be ready for the next rally. 

Keep an eye on the  bollinger bands  and watch for them to start squeezing some more, aside from that, keep an eye on the 200 day  ema  to cross over the 50 day  ema  (Golden Cross) 

By definition, capitulation means to surrender or give up. In financial circles, this term is used to indicate the point in time when investors have decided to give up on trying to recapture lost gains as a result of falling stock prices. Suppose a stock you own has dropped by 10%. There are two options that can be taken: you can wait it out and hope the stock begins to appreciate, or you can realize the loss by selling the stock. If the majority of investors decides to wait it out, then stock price will likely remain relatively stable. However, if the majority of investors decides to capitulate and give up on the stock, then there will be a sharp decline in its price. When this occurrence is significant across the entire market, it is known as market capitulation. 

(Golden Cross) 
Applications of the Golden Cross 
The most commonly used moving averages are the 50-period and the 200-period moving average. The period represents a specific time increment. Generally, larger time periods tend to form stronger lasting breakouts. For example, the daily 50-day moving average crossover up through the 200-day moving average on an index like the  S&P 500  0.18% is one of the most popular  bullish  market signals. With a bellwether index, the motto "A rising tide lifts all boats" applies when a golden cross forms as the buying resonates throughout the index components and sectors. 
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