Bitcoin: Long-term momentum shifts and short-term support

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We take a dive into the 100 week and 200 week moving averages for Bitcoin, and divide the two to get a nice ratio that we can track. We investigate this ratio to identify key momentum shifts in the price of Bitcoin. We also further discuss the Bitcoin bull market support band (20 week SMA and 21 week EMA) and where we expect it to be after the upcoming weekly close. Let me know what you think of this analysis on Bitcoin in the comments!

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  1. So Ben if I throw in 20,000 in to let’s say eth, bitcoin, litecoin, ocean, ripple, swipe, Band, fearn finance and hodled for let say 1 year.. this should turn into let’s say $150,000 or more yeah? Does this maths make sense? Or will that just be luck and history may not repeat?

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