One market that continues to grab the attention of experienced traders and neophytes alike is the digital currency market.
This is a market that is compelling for more and more folks who are seeking alternatives to traditional markets.
But recently, this market, especially for BTC, has turned sour. And as such, we’ve been analyzing it to see if it is in a confirmed bear market and ready for a sell trade.
So, let’s look at the chart and see where we stand now and going forward…
The Trade for BTC is a Sell?
Here’s the chart for BTC and how a sell opportunity could be setting up…
And here’s how I see the potential bear market shaping up for BTC…
The BTC futures contract (BTC) daily time frame is in a down trend, with the market making lower lows and lower highs.
There is a down Fibonacci extension below the market price point 11,060, about -2,134 ticks below the market.
The daily time frame is at a low price.
It will be a good idea to wait for the daily time frame to give a high price near the downtrend line before turning to the smaller time frames and looking for selling ideas.
The Bottom Line
While the digital currency market, including for BTC, may be setting up sell trades, over in the stock markets there may well be other opportunities.
And below, I go through one of our latest strategies, which seeks out “marked stocks.” These are particular opportunities that I discuss further in my latest on-demand session…
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P.S. Stock markets may be unsettled, or even bearish. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t opportunities… All it takes is riding the coattails of a stock after it’s been “marked.”