Bitcoin, DJI and Parabolic Patterns – This is how they usually end


 

Bitcoin, Dow Jones Industrial and Parabolic Patterns – This is how they usually end


 

 

 

The first example is Intel, during the Tech Bubble. 


What you see is a parabolic pattern, trend angles that increase in steepness till 77 degrees, then a quick drop and a slightly higher high and then…..a 67 degree plunge.

 

 

 



 

 

 

The second example is the DJI 2004-2009 (left side) vs DJI 2015-2019. 


After the 60 and 68 degree angle, we get the 77 degree angle. And then once again a slightly higher high, followed by a 67 degree decline.

 

 

 



 

 

And the third example is Bitcoin


Currently, Bitcoin is in the 77 degree angle trend, almost going vertical. And then, at some point, gravity will kick in (my guess is in the year 2018).

Now, what do you think?  These charts (–> patterns) all look the same to me and if these patterns keep aligning, then that means stocks and cryptos will crash in 2018.

It’s impossible to say beforehand where the trend will change, so I’m not even trying (anymore ;)). What I do know is that this is the time to manage your equity and crypto exposure (risk). So I closed 75% of crypto positions, decreased the total portfolio weight to 5% of assets, as I’m satisfied with the extraordinary returns in 2017.

I hedge my equity exposure with the help of my  eToro trading account. If you want to follow my 2018-2019 strategy (stocks and cryptos down), then feel free to sign up for a free account at eToro.

My total portfolio, and strategy for 2018-2019 and 2018-2033 is explained here.

Enjoy the day!

Cheers!

Edwin.


 

 


 


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We now have 10 contributions, and our goal is to build a portfolio of 100 tokens that generate a periodic cash flow (Portfolio of 100).

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