I am very concerned about crypto and its impact on broader markets.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
This might not end well.
Everyone watches the Cash App segment which is super reliant on Bitcoin for performance. When that's good, it's great. When Bitcoin is not so hot?
Here's what you should be prepared for.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
I am digging for some interesting setups.
Small-caps and growth names are relatively weak.
The crypto firm looks to have come public at an optimal time for sellers.
Gold is finally outperforming the way one would imagine. It's not always about the absolute performance as it is about the relative performance.
Super Bowl LVI brings another 'tell.'
The Grayscale Future of Finance ETF holds big potential, but will it live up?
Overall conditions aren't ideal, but this has a pretty good setup into the week.
The crypto market looks like it may be headed for hard times.
When gold underperformed Bitcoin, everyone got bored of it. That's no longer the case.
I'm not a naysayer, though I do know where my physical gold and silver are when the lights go out.
I'm sure that those who invest in precious metals 100 years after my death will hold physical gold. Can anyone holding Bitcoin make a similar suggestion?
It's becoming clearer and clearer that the focus is on mining now that 80% of its revenue is from crypto mining.
With experts advocating everything from gold to real estate to cryptocurrencies, the debate over how to counteract inflation is far from settled.
I'd need a really cheap price to think about getting involved in Bitcoin at this time.
The fact is that some blood hit the floor on Monday.
Mark Twain taught us that history doesn't repeat itself but it often rhymes.
It is quite ironic that the one asset that was truly meant to be a diversification tool, ended up being just the same as the rest.
There are other reasons that contributed to Friday's selloff that still need to be resolved.
When it comes to mining cryptocurrency, hash rate is (almost) everything.
It appears that supply-chain bottlenecks may be starting to ease up a bit, just as lockdowns may possibly take the gusto out of global consumer demand.
What once was pure novelty is now being treated as a legitimate investment, if not an entirely new asset class. But how do the new Bitcoin ETFs stack up?
The digital currency is heading south after reaching an all-time high; what does its chart tell us about what's going on?
It looks like Ethereum may be looking to close the gap of price differential with Bitcoin a bit more.
There was a time when we would see a headline cross, then watch for the tape to move. Now, we see the tape move and then look for the headline.