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In the early 20th century, when financial transactions were registered on a telegraphic ticker tape, the legendary Richard D. Wyckoff could not predict the advent of digital ledger technologies. Nevertheless, as with any kind of financial instrument, digital assets are subject to the law of supply and demand, and move in cycles. The Wyckoff Method, along with intermarket and behavioral finance models, is an excellent tool to analyze this new asset class.
A Rotational Scenario in the Crypto Market
The first institutional wave of buying in crypto in 2019 had seen extremely good performance of relatively few crypto assets, like Bitcoin, Exchange Tokens and a handful of new cryptocurrencies like Link and Ren. On the ... READ MORE
The Lost Art of Point-and-Figure Charting
The crypto markets are known for their extreme volatility. It wouldn’t be excessive to say that double-digit days are the norm, not the exception. Volatility is the siren song for retail traders, who focus on ... READ MORE
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