Be cautious. The SEC has a new Chairman (Gary Gensler) so expect new regulatory oversight........Should be good, and welcome, but the uncertainty is overhanging..........a BITCOIN ETF?....odds are good but what will be the "rules?"
SO WHY THE “FLASH DIP” IN CRYPTO? BITCOIN FUTURES (CME) EXPIRE THIS FRIDAY (LAST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH) AND THERE WERE LOTS OF LONGS AFTER THE COINBASE OFFERING.
What's new? Lets start with one word.....COINBASE......the public offering of Coinbase happens on Wednesday. That's the BIG news of the week and certainly sets the tone for BITCOIN.
What's new? The second quarter is now officially under way..........it has begun with a big yawn. Spring break? Tax planning?............BITCOIN dancing around in a tight little range just under the all time high
The first quarter of 2021 is over AND 2021's second quarter begins. BITCOIN gyrated around in the mid-$50K area and now looks to settle near the all time highs around $60K for the week/month/quarter
Don't make any new "bets" until this quarter is over. With a week to go, it is uncertain whether market participants will seek to "mark" portfolios up, or perhaps do some selling to lock in quarterly gains.
What's new? BITCOIN hit a new high (above $60K), pulled back and is now up just a touch above last week's Taylor Report. GOLD has inched up a little, giving hope to the gold bugs that all is OK. S&P 500 broke through 3,900 and is challenging 4,000.
What's new? Actually quite a bit. Unlike last week when things were kid of dull, this week rocks. Take BITCOIN......having rested briefly just under $50K after shaking some longs out a few weeks ago, the buyers couldn't wait.
What's new? Actually, not too much. BTC & ETH are just about unchanged from last week's Taylor Report prices. BITCOIN hit upper $50K area, sold off to lower $40K area and here we are taking a breather.
What's new? Well, BITCOIN went up and BITCOIN came down...........after rocketing up to $58K over the weekend, BTC just came back to be roughly 2% lower than last week's Taylor Report.