AlanSantana

Are You Prepared For The Long-Term? The Whales Are...

BINANCE:BTCUSDT   Bitcoin / TetherUS
So, this is back in late 2018, looking at the previous Bitcoin capitulation.

I remember it clearly because I was out of town and saw my capital being slashed in more than half in a matter of hours...

I share these as a warning for you to prepare and protect your capital as much as you can and want.

Here is the chart:
Notice that the initial low after the All-Time High was set at $6000 in February 2018.

It took until November (over 8 months) before the support broke.

Capitulation followed and the whole process took 6 months.
Bitcoin closed RED for 6 straight months.

Present time: BITCOIN

From $13,000 to $30,000 there isn't much support.

The "orthodox" top for Bitcoin happened April 2021.

The initial low was set in June 2021 at $28,805.

This time around it took longer (11 months) but the initial low has been broken.
This is what signaled the 2018 capitulation.

CONCLUSION

With a volume breakout happening in favor of the bears...
11 months of "shaky/volatile distribution"...

Bitcoin can still close red for another 3-5 months.

This is just one of the many possible scenarios.

Be prepared.

I hope you find this information useful.

Thanks a lot for your continued support.

Namaste.
Comment: Looks like Bitcoin will have a relief rally after 8 long weeks of bearish action.

Remember not to get caught up on it...
Plan ahead.

Here are the full details:
Comment: My dear friends and fellow cryptocurrency traders... Are you prepared for the long-term?

We are going to be trading Altcoins and enjoying great profits, sure, but... This happened back in March 2022... It will happen again.

Read below for all the details!

Bitcoin & The FED Increasing Interest Rates

Namaste.

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