It seems that Bitcoin is finally ready for its inevitable and major correction. How far can it fall? How fast can it reach its price bottom? In this video update, we look at some charts and try to predict what’s going to happen to the crypto market in the following couple of months.
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In today’s video update we focus on our expected gold and silver price movements ahead. We believe that we will see massive opportunities occur in the precious metals markets in the foreseeable future. We are also looking at the mining companies that might provide us with leverage in the future.
In light of all the facts presented in this report, it’s not difficult to understand why we warn people not to rely on cryptos as a form of digital gold. Cryptos are not a substitute for real money which is gold. For now, however, marketing hype has captured the imagination of the public.
We have touched on the many shortcomings of cryptos in previous parts of The Ultimate Crypto Report. In this part we will focus on the really nasty criminal side of cryptos… an assortment of hacks, scams, theft, deception, pyramid schemes, Ponzi schemes, and all kinds of fraudulent and criminal activities.
One of the most often repeated claims in the crypto community is that cryptos must keep rising in value because they are in limited supply and they are purchased with cash. In other words, the claim is that there is virtually no leverage in the crypto market. In today’s installment of The Ultimate Crypto Report we take a look at what we call the crypto ideology.
We live in crazy times. Volatility is the name of the game nowadays. Prices of stocks and commodities get pushed around on a daily basis. But no asset trades as insanely as the cryptos. We have covered Bitcoin’s price action in previous articles. Let’s now take a look at what’s up with Ethereum…
In this video presentation we take an in-depth look at the PRECIOUS METALS markets. We do so both from a US Dollar viewpoint as well as an international viewpoint. When studying markets, it is always beneficial to keep in mind that capital moves globally, not just in US Dollar terms.