In case you've been living under a rock, Bitcoin hit an all-time high of $67,000 last week. And if you've been reading Trading Tips, this should be of no surprise…
In 2020, I predicted Bitcoin would rally from $10,000 up to $24,442.
And on 18 May, when Bitcoin was at $42,700, I made a prediction that it would rally to $73,000.
You would probably think that I would sell ... ››› more
I am a Bitcoin bull and generally expect major upside.
But today, the factors and chart I'm about to reveal might shock you.
What we know already is that companies like Tesla stopped Bitcoin transactions due to high energy costs. And countries like China are stopping Bitcoin transactions because of the lack of control.
But the main reason for the slump of bitcoin, right now, is due to ... ››› more
In 2020, I made a Bitcoin prediction that the price would rally from $10,000 to $24,442.
In just a few short months, the price rocketed to the price target and then some.
Right now, Bitcoin is trading at $42,700. And you'd think I would sell from here, right?
Most definitely not…
In this article, I'm going to present my first major prediction for Bitcoin and how I expect it to ra... ››› more
A reader of mine sent me an article yesterday asking this:
“Hi Timon, I've seen Bitcoin rally from $10,000 up to $19,400. My only question is, why haven't you been taking advantage of it and sending out trade ideas on Bitcoin?”
I don’t know whether you’re not reading all of my emails, whether your emails are going to junk or if you haven’t white listed Trading Tips – bu... ››› more
I am officially raising my price target for Bitcoin.
Back in May, I sent out my first Bitcoin prediction article for the year.
At the time it was trading at $9,300.
There were two main factors that told me Bitcoin was heading to +$15,000.
The anticipated Bitcoin halving event and a golden crossover. Things were on track, until last week.
Last week, two major technical events... ››› more
On Monday (11 May 2020), the Bitcoin Halving event took place for the first time in four years.
This was where the miners reward for Bitcoins per block was cut by half, from 12.5 Bitcoin down to 6.25.
I told you I expected Bitcoin to rally in the next couple of months.
Not only because, historically the Bitcoin price rallies after every Bitcoin Halving event but because there is on... ››› more
Just when you think, things couldn't get any worse with the financial markets…
Last week it did…
Not only did we experience the worst week for stocks since ‘Black Monday' in October 1987…
We also saw major crashes in the cryptocurrency markets.
I'm talking about cryptos falling (in the past five days):
• Bitcoin -33% and -60% for the month
• Ethereum - 30%
• Ri... ››› more
Bitcoin has once again surpassed the psychological $10,000 level, which has been making headlines…
And now, investors, analysts and traders world-wide, don't know whether to buy more of it or just sell it…
Some are calling it a bubble, others are waiting for a pull back and some are waiting for a major crash.
But I'm going to put all of those emotional driven articles to bed... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, do you use the MATI Trader System when you look for trading signals that you send to your Red Hot Storm Trader members?
If so, would you recommend we own the MATI Trader System Programme to better our chances at maximising our profits from the Red Hot Storm Trader service?”
A. Great question. In short - yes - the MATI Trader System is the trading strategy I use to... ››› more
This year alone we've seen Bitcoin rise over 200% in price. And in just one month, it's pierced right through the expected target of $11,890 which I sent out on 27 May 2019.
Take a look at the before and after chart to see how it panned out.
This is the first time, in 17 months, we've seen Bitcoin hit these kinds of high prices. The interesting thing is that it looks... ››› more
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