Calling to Arms Bitcoin HODLers of 2017! Read now!

NASDAQ:NDX   Nasdaq 100 Index
Think of the market not bound by Ponzi schemes or conspiracy theories, but instead of one gigantic physics experiment. The candle sticks you see printed on any pricing timeframe for any given asset is electricity as the fuel represented by humans’ cycles of Fear and Greed. Electricity is the energy component that moves the markets.

It takes more energy to propel a rocket ship to escape Earth’s gravity vs. letting it free-fall back to the surface. If you think of the markets in its cycles of Fear and Greed whoever has the upper-hand requires less energy output to move the needle in their favor. For example, when NasDaq entered its first hyper wave beginning in the 1980’s and just before the dotcom crash in 2000 the momentum was behind the bull’s sails. The bears didn’t have enough organization, will power and fight in them to stop the running of the bulls. Like any great party where the drinks are flowing, the music is popping and it seems the night will never end until it does. Your hours away waking up with cotton mouth, hang over and at minimum 24-48 hours of the worst version of yourself. You can thank yourself.

This is where you need to pay attention if you bought Bitcoin above $8,000 in 2017 and decided to HODL because a bunch of people you don’t know on twitter thought it was cool to hashtag everything HODL. Well it wasn’t cool and it’s understandable that you’ve given up and not put another penny into the market.

If you want to learn about the Bitcoin Greed and Fear cycles you need to study other markets. All markets are different, but the underlying emotions and energy is the same.

Had you bought into the NasDaq that is a composite of technology stocks near the height of the bull run in March 2000 and watched your investment crash 83% by 2002 it took 16 years for you to get back to even had you HODL and not put another penny into the market. On the flip side had you bought near the bottom in 2002 and held until the NasDaq reached its former glory in 2000 you had an ROI over 500%, but it took 14 years. Study this chart and go from left to right and you will see Warren Buffett is 100% correct. Buy the dips. Always. But be SMART when and where you buy the dips.

Yes, Bitcoin only has a 10-year old history, but cycles of Fear and Greed are represented on any timescale. If you’re a day trader you’re looking at a 60 second to hourly chart. If you’re a swing trader you’re more focused on hourly to Daily. If you’re a trend investor with a long-term time horizon you’re focused on Daily to Monthly charts. Depending on your investment goals and time horizon these human cycles can appear in fractions of a moment to longer term trends. This is where different types of investors and traders exploiting the market to their advantage.

This is not financial advice, but it doesn’t take long to understand this chart as to how much better investors did when buying the FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) versus those who gave up or sold out. The blue trend line you can see is the 200-week moving average. This is a long-term support area for any assets and anytime you see a stock, currency or commodity break this moving trend line it usually leads to a short-term capitulation. Smart money always buys this area. If you don’t have the stomach to buy in the capitulation zone even buying near the 200-week average has always been a great ROI by dollar cost average down your holdings.

This leads me to my final point. You will never catch the absolute bottom and sell the absolute top. Yes, it’s not wise to catch falling knives unless you’re Freddy Kruger or Edward Scissorhands. However, if you had enough conviction to buy Bitcoin at $8,000 than you should have even more conviction to understand the importance in managing your underwater investments. It might be wise to really focus on the longer-term trend here with Bitcoin . Read my Bitcoin cycles report where I show you the past three major bull and bear cycles and where we could head based on technical framework. Currently, Bitcoin has tested the 200 Week moving average and bounced off of it twice. First at $3,120 dollars in December 2018 and now more recently at $3,300. Could Bitcoin capitulate under its 200-week moving average and fall another 30%, yes. Will smart money be scooping up tens of thousands of bitcoins if this happens–yes.

Just like the NasDaq cycles smart money understands the basic market principles and the energy behind the Greed and Fear. When bears are able to thrust a market near its breaking point and push for the final attack the smart bulls know to start sharpening their swords, get into formation and be prepared to fight.

This is not financial advice: But have some guts, sharpen your sword and get your @ss on the front lines.


Nice analysis. Thanks for sharing.
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WolfpackCrypto Zoen_Trieste
@Zoen_Trieste, cheers brotha
While I appreciate the stark example and great references with Fear and Greed, I likely agree with you on BTC, but categorically disagree with the opinion on the Nasdaq. Stocks have peakedand have nothing left to offer. "In Debt We Trust" The Fed scaring the crap out of the markets by 'easing up on interest rate hikes', while they need to be increasing that shit. I wouldn;t be surprised if they start to roll them back by summer. Enter another money print of Quantitative Easing. I believe it's now a race to see who will fall first and I believe it will occur before the end of the year. China ? Belgium ? France ? Brazil ? America ? Australia ? Germany and Deutsche Bank ? EUROPE? and what of Brexit ? March 1 debt ceiling decision by both parties is a ridiculous political mess. Buffet: the light that leads Wall Street... reveling to the world what the state of American corporate debt is with the Kraft-Heinz debacle. All the hijacked resources from nearly every nation on earth all gone, and still $22 million in debt. President of the IMF warning banks around the world to embrace DLT as soon as possible or risk "cannibalization" as bank and Central Bank FOMO become apparent. Most major nations looking to 'De-Dollar' and move away from the greenback. Countries starting to call their state gold back from New York and London flooding the market with US dollars. Apple showing it's colors now afraid to report on phone sales. Ford has no customers left after a decade of cheap money and 0% borrowing rates mean that nobody needs a new F150 for another 10 years and those stocks will show cracks. Whos' buying American debt at treasury auction time ? I think it's the Fed buying it's own stocks back just like Apple and the rest of them.
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