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Bitcoin - worst case scenario

BITSTAMP:BTCUSD   Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar
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I've made a really pessimistic chart here for Bitcoin ...

I really tried making an optimistic one, as can be seen in my latest Ethereum analysis.
But it's hard to make one that I believe in (however I drew the circular Fibonacci it didn't really make sense)...
On the other hand the negative view make much sense
Sep 09
Comment: Zoomed in...

Sep 10
Comment: I guess the next buying opportunity is at $3400.

Sep 11
Comment: Could be a spike down coming any moment. If a spike down to $3400 come it's safer to buy then if it closes in like a plane that's about to land imo.

Sep 13
Comment: Behaving as expected. Hopefully it falls to $3400 fast where a buying opportunity exists.

Sep 13
Comment: It's now crashing beautifully...
Sep 14
Comment: I just bought at $3375
Sep 14
Comment: Let's hope it goes up from now on now a bit...

Sep 15
Comment: I feel like bambi on ice....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSh1eLrx...
Sep 15
Comment: Sold at $3620
Sep 15
Comment: North korea's missile over Japan and terrorist attacks in England, Sweden and France pushed the price of bitcoin up and marked the bottom (probably).
All is found in my pattern "magically"... I guess it's called magick, after reading about it, or faith.
Sep 15
Comment: I mean fate...
Sep 16
Comment: Buy at $2650

https://www.tradingview.com/loading/
Sep 16
Comment:
Sep 16
Comment: I'm waiting for $2650 until I'm willing to buy.
Sep 16
Comment: The charts above are made with "Occult Magnetic Pattern Analysis". I just made a website about it: http://occult-magnetic-pattern-analysis....
Sep 17
Comment: One more reason $2650 could be the ideal place to buy in.

Sep 18
Comment: The user dgorbik made a great analysis of Bitcoin which seems legit.

 
Sep 21
Comment: I added new localized Fibonacci circle set and a short term converging trend lines .
The yellow line is something I drew for fun, the scenario I think is most likely.
This links well into my overall bearish view of Bitcoin long term

Sep 25
Comment: An explosion up could be coming the next few days. Fits well with my views on Ethereum lately.

Sep 25
Comment: In October I'll become bearish again most probably.
Sep 26
Comment: I would keep away and sell this if I owned it.
It just left an outer Fibonacci ring.
Sep 29
Comment: I'm finding short term optimism, thanks to the convering trend lines above. Don't forget about the long term and super long term pessimistic convering trend lines. This is partly the reason I'm still invested in Ethereum.

Sep 30
Comment: There's been some negative news the last weeks.
It is still looking strong (short term) and could break upwards strongly.
If this happens it has room to potentially shoot high.

(don't forget about the bearish long term attraction)

Sep 30
Comment: I'm experimenting with the Fibonacci's as you can see in the last few charts. Thats because I'm insecure about them and trying to make them better. So take the small Fibonacci circle sets with a grain of salt.

The converging trend lines I'm much more confident in.
Oct 01
Comment: I'm hoping for an all time high here.
Lots of bear out there right now - these could get a sudden change of hearts.
(I'm invested in Ethereum)

Oct 02
Comment: My website is updated with more info: http://occultmagnetism.com/
Oct 10
Comment: Target $5000
Oct 20
Comment: It would be hard for BTC to go above $7000, I think.

Oct 29
Comment: Broken out of Fibonacci in a bullish way. Next stop around $8500-$9000 I would guess.
Oct 29
Comment: The small Fibonacci circle set was drawn the 30:th of September and wasn't touched since. Look in the chart above how it moves with a high volatility when it leaves the small circle set. Fascinating...
btc will go up again without any retracement?
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what you mean in last message ?
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Short Story of the Year 2014
imho crazy https://prnt.sc/gpaqax
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What does a circle become when you scale it from linear in log or semi-log in this case?
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FlippingABitCoin FlippingABitCoin
@FlippingABitCoin, I guess you do not know seeing your charts.
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UncannyDeduction FlippingABitCoin
@FlippingABitCoin, Please explain more, I don't understand your question.
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FlippingABitCoin UncannyDeduction
@UncannyDeduction, What does a circle drawn on a linear scaled chart look like when you change the scaling to log?
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FlippingABitCoin FlippingABitCoin
@FlippingABitCoin, let me paint the picture more easy for you. So you can deduce logically what is happening.

In linear scaled X:Y axis are valued 1:1 or time : price progress equally.
In a Logarithmic scale with a base of 10 here on the TV charts its is a semi-log scale as only the Y axis or price is in log.
Now what do you think happens with the shape of a circle when one of its axis the Y/price in this case gets compressed by a factor of 10?
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UncannyDeduction FlippingABitCoin
@FlippingABitCoin, Are you trolling me?
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FlippingABitCoin UncannyDeduction
@UncannyDeduction, Please, answer the question? I asked you 3 times and explained it, how I explained it to my 5 year old son. So again what shape does a circle become when you re-scale the y-axis in to a logscale?
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