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BITCOIN vs NIKKEI: Comparing bubble and recovery stages.

BITSTAMP:BTCUSD   Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar
Can Bitcoin and Nikkei, a cryptocurrency and a stock index have something in common? Well not really, fundamentally they are different the market dynamics quite diverse. But as with some previous comparisons of **Bitcoin with Gold** and **Litecoin with Silver** I want to point out how investor psychology can be quite similar over very different asset classes.

Common characteristics:

* -80% decline from the market All Time High.
* Lengthy consolidation before the final drop .
* Inverse Head and Shoulders rebound on the market bottom.
* Consolidation after the Inverse Head and Shoulders and fairly sharp recovery close to the starting levels of the final drop .

Again I am stating for the record that Bitcoin is on 1D candles while Nikkei on 1W (Bitcoin's life span is far shorter than Nikkei's). This comparison is not intended to provide trading levels but to illustrate that investor psychology can be identical across various markets and completely different financial instruments.

But! If Bitcoin follows Nikkei's example we can see 11000 on the next Halving! Not impossible at all!

I am looking forward to your thoughts on this latest comparison on the comments section! What price do you think BTC will be trading at by the next Halving?

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Yes!
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@Poukitoun, Solid!
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We're going to 10k -
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@Sherem, Thanks for sharing
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Where is the TOP of BTC?
Do you agree with our view?


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TradingShot Safe_Signal
@Safe_Signal, Your first zone as you say has the most chances.
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Safe_Signal TradingShot
@TradingShot, how do you think about the second?
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Tks for sharing bro
You can take a view to my post in shorter timeline
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TradingShot MCuong2332
@MCuong2332, Very very good chart. Thanks for giving a Channel perspective.
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why are you ignoring the fact that the nikkei was lower in 2009 than it was in 2003?
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