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Bitcoin Beautiful Looking Chart

The weekly chart for Bitcoin looks absolute gorgeous, emerging on volume this week from a large cup and handle pattern. I love the symmetrical, neat look to this chart. The lack of any major distribution is also very appealing to me. It seems so long ago when Cryptomania was sweeping across the globe. In 2017, everyone was in crypto and bragging about how much they were making. Now, it's a much different climate and that's something I really love as I don't like to buy into euphoria.

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (Symbol $GBTC) also allows traders to gain exposure to Bitcoin. I took a position in $GBTC in late September and previously wrote about Bitcoin on my blog in August of this year when I purchased Bitcoin through Coinbase. If you are interested in using Coinbase and would like to receive a $10 sign up bonus, use this link.

Please note that Bitcoin is extremely volatile and prone to large swings. This volatility cuts both ways. Proper position sizing and risk management must be used to deal with these swings in a calm and rational way.

Full Disclosure: I currently own Bitcoin and GBTC.


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