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Bitcoin Trading: How to Trade Bitcoin Even if it’s in a Bubble 

Last Updated: August 1, 2019

By Rayner Teo

Here’s a Bitcoin trading fact…

Bitcoin has reached $17,000.

A week ago it was $10,000.

A month ago it was $7,000.

A year ago it was $700.

And the question everyone seems to be asking…

“Is Bitcoin in a bubble?”

Honestly, I don’t know.

Because no one can predict how high a market can go.

So, instead of trying to predict if Bitcoin is in a bubble, I’d rather find a high probability trading setup on Bitcoin and try to get “a piece of the pie”.

So, here’s what you’ll learn in this Bitcoin trading video:

  • 2 weird patterns that regularly repeats itself on Bitcoin — and how to exploit it for big profits
  • When is the best time to buy Bitcoin so you don’t “chase” the market and buy at the absolute top
  • The most important level on Bitcoin right now that offers a high probability trading setup
  • How to protect your Bitcoin open profits so you don’t lose a huge chunk of money when the reversal happens…

Now:

Whether you’re a Bitcoin trader or not, there are timeless principles to learn from this market that can save you thousands of dollars in future.

So, go watch this Bitcoin trading video below…

I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s analysis.

If you’ve got any questions, don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments section below. Cheers!

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  • Hi Rayner,

    Thank you for this educational website. May I know where or how to get charts like this one for Bitcoin? Are the charts free?

    Regards.

  • Hi Rayner,

    Great content. Thanks!

    I suggest traders to analyze Bitcoin on logarithmic scale.

    What you have shown is much clearer on a logarithmic scale chart.

    Regards,

    Marco

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