Followers of the price action in cryptocurrencies have been on a wild ride, to say the least. We’ve seen massive price appreciation throughout 2017, followed by a topping process in the first half of 2018. Now it appears that the euphoria has subsided and the crypto space is getting back to fundamentals. Is this the time for cryptos to shine, and should cryptocurrencies be an essential part of your portfolio in this market?
Listen up, believers in precious metals: I feel your frustration. You’re disgruntled, losing patience, you’ve seen the numbers and the charts... Crush the Street has been a supporter of physical precious metals ownership and will continue to hold that position – and we’re seeing the same things you’re seeing: price suppression, intervention, and outright manipulation. And, we’re asking the same question that many investors are asking: When will gold’s true valuation return?
It looks like the cryptocurrency bashing has resumed, at least among some of the Wall Street elites. In Bloomberg article it was recently reported that JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon repeated some harsh comments that he had made last year on Bitcoin, saying that cryptocurrencies a “scam” and claiming that he had “no interest” in Bitcoin. Then Dimon suggested that governments might move to shut down cryptocurrencies because of their inability to control them.
Knowing where we’ve been is easy in the markets; knowing where we’re going is the tough part, and precious metals holders are clamoring for answers in 2018. Finding the floor after gold breaches the $1,200 level and silver breaks below $15 is best left to the experts, and Crush the Street has access to the best minds in the gold and silver markets today.
Gold, silver, and other metals have breached key levels and uncertainty has gripped the markets. With early 2018 showing signs of optimism and hope, gold under $1,200 and silver under $15 were unthinkable not long ago. How are investors to interpret and deal with the precious metals doldrums we’re seeing today?
Anticipating the trends in any market is challenging, and this is doubly the case when it comes to cryptocurrencies. Incautious investors and traders have suffered terrible losses in 2018; hopefully people heeded Crush the Street’s early crypto calls and profited instead of getting in late and suffering financial loss. What people want now, more than anything, is a breakdown of what’s going on in the cryptocurrency markets and how to position themselves now.
Followers of the price action in cryptocurrencies have been on a wild ride, to say the least. Is this the time for cryptos to shine, and should cryptocurrencies be an essential part of your portfolio in this market?
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