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A shockingly similar fractal from the S&P 500 during the 2008 recession Bitcoin was born from is playing out across the cryptocurrency’s price chart.If the first-ever crypto asset continues to follow the same path as the SPX did back then, Bitcoin will set a new all-time high record before the end of 2020.S&P 500 Recession…
Bitcoin price continues to fail to breach above $10,000 and hold. The last time the cryptocurrency held for consecutive daily closes above the key level, was in February 2020 before the Black Thursday collapse.During that time, the Nasdaq composite and other major stock indices set a record for a new all-time high. This past week,…
The lingering correlation between Bitcoin and the S&P 500 may be soon coming back to haunt the cryptocurrency market if a chillingly accurate sell signal sends the major US stock index tumbling back towards Black Thursday lows.Could the correlation cause the same for the first-ever cryptocurrency?Bitcoin’s Continued Correlation With the S&P 500 Could Lead to…
The tight correlation between Bitcoin and the stock market has been deteriorating in recent days. And following the latest price action, the correlation may finally be over and Bitcoin can break free from the shackles of the S&P 500.Bitcoin Correlation With S&P 500 Finally Diverges Thanks to HalvingBitcoin price was trading well above $10,000 in…
Bitcoin price just broke below $7,000 Monday morning after a late Friday evening rally pushed the asset over the key level for the weekend.However, coronavirus concerns have returned to traditional markets, causing major turbulence to kick off the day, which may have also caused Bitcoin to tumble. Could a repeat of last month’s mayhem and…
Bitcoin has been showing a tight correlation with the stock market  – the largest correlation in the asset’s young history.A historically accurate sell signal has just triggered across three major United States stock indexes, which not only could cause another major selloff across all markets, but it could cause Bitcoin and the rest of the…
Throughout 2020 thus far, Bitcoin has been showing a tight correlation with major stock indexes like the Dow Jones and the S&P 500.If this continues, and a “fractal of doom” plays out on the Dow Jones, it could spell complete and utter disaster for Bitcoin and the rest of the crypto market as well, potentially…
After a three-day rally from $5,400 to $6,900, Bitcoin has been dealt a significant blow by bears, who just minutes ago pushed the cryptocurrency under $6,000 after the 28% rally that some argued was a precursor to a bull trend. As it stands, BTC trades at $5,800, 16% below the local top.Although a bearish daily…
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed out Friday’s trading session at 19,000 points, setting a record for the 4th largest single one-month red sell candle in the index’s history. And with Bitcoin recently tightly correlated with the stock market, it could make the cryptocurrency especially vulnerable to another crash.Dow Jones Industrial Average Sets Record for…
2019 has been quite the year for assets across the board — from Bitcoin and equities to gold and real estate, a majority of investments have made gains since January 1st.Related Reading: Here’s How Bitcoin Price Could Hit $20,000 By as Early as March: AnalystAn interesting trend to watch this year has been gold’s strong…