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What are the chances BTC would be headed towards $1k when it's not that hard for people to set buy orders down there without any sweat off their back? Ya know what I'm sayin'? Why would the market make it so easy for everyone to get on the gravy train for the next bull cycle? It would make more sense for there to be a double bottom to bear trap the shorters and then fomo everyone back into a bull reversal with a weekly or monthly higher high - something hard to get onto because it's moving so fast, with the narrative that, "you'll never see BTC at these prices again..."
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No TA'ers to chime in?
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BTC price is at the mercy of leveraged positions, hence the Bart patterns for the last 6 mo. TA means nothing on btc. Less than nothing, as it is actively misleading.



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