Of course the time frames are different but how couldn't they be, since Bitcoin is a fairly recent asset while Gold has been "widely used throughout the world as money, for efficient indirect exchange (versus barter), and to store wealth in hoards".
Fundamentally, Bitcoin can be a disruptor to Gold . Gold's power is derived by its scarcity and Bitcoin's fixed supply is at least an equivalent quality.
Despite the time frame variation, the comparison provides some useful information. During those time frames they both consolidated after a strong run which was followed by a stronger hyperbolic bull sequence. Credible to the price action of their pattern, they are now on a sell channel that (based on the historic sequence) should give rise to another bull run.
What are your thoughts on the identical historical performance of Bitcoin and Gold? Can it be a guide for the future, a hint of BTC's stability as store of value?
Guide for the future. Hint for stability, store of value.
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