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Mike McGlone
Bitcoin to the Moon Soon? Volatility Measure Shows It's Unlikely - Volatility is too high to sustain Bitcoin gains, as we see it, with the relative 30-day minus 180-day gauge reaching its highest level since 2015, the last time its price transitioned to a bull from a bear market.
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Josu San Martin 7 Aug 19
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What about this?
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Josu San Martin 7 Aug 19
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3k to 20k and your Volatility measure decreasing.
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James 7 Aug 19
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Oh the twitter bulls will just love you for this...
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Patient Crypto 7 Aug 19
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No correlation
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Dale 7 Aug 19
What if it follows 2012-2013? Do you have any data tor that period?
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DiarioBitcoin 7 Aug 19
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on this site they're saying you said the total opposite, can you please clarify what's your position? is it a buy, sell or hold signal?
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Yoda Powers 7 Aug 19
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Due to 99.9% of Wall Streeters being pieces of shit, I advise buying Bitcoin as it is about to go higher.
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Raphael ꙳(Rezo) | ₿R Capital 8 Aug 19
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We are waiting for 10,500 to buy some more 🤫
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Jon Kristian(JonneHex) 8 Aug 19
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10y history, and just recent years with some real big cash/volume,, thats toiletpaperthin history to make out trending. Its like using 30years of weather for the planet.
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Yoda Powers 7 Aug 19
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Volatility too high too sustain gains? Like the volatility cycles during the 2017 bull market?
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STEVEN HALL 7 Aug 19
Look at the circles, he’s just pointing to a month or two of consolidation
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