Why did Bitcoin crash, and will it ever recover? Alex Mashinsky

Why did Bitcoin crash, and will it ever recover? Alex Mashinsky

Alex Mashinsky, CEO of Celsius Network, discusses with David Lin, anchor of Kitco News the price outlook for Bitcoin. Follow …


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  1. to be a winner in the trading and/or investing game all one needs is confidence and conviction. main street is fleeing from bitcoin and crypto much like they did from equities at the outset of covid three years ago. warren buffet didn't become the greatest investor of all time by selling every time the media said so. stay focused and continue to buy on any dips on that crypto giant, as well as tesla, berkshire b, oracle and the dow index. apple inc will be the next springboard to a violent market pop on the upside

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  3. <I totally agree with what you are saying….The fact is, BTC is the future of crypto and the questions traders ask themselves now if this is right time to invest? before jumping into conclusion i think you should take a look at things first. for the past few days the price of BTC has been fluctuating which means the market is currently unstable and you cant tell if it is going bearish or bullish. while others still continue to trade without the fear of making lose, others are being patient. it all depends on the pattern with which you trade and also the source of your signals. i would say trading has been going smoothly for me, i started with 5 BTC and i have accumulated over 20 BTC in just three weeks, with the trading strategy given to me by expert trader David Mayor..

  4. <Most people do not understand the concept of "dip buying". Dip buying is about buying digital assets when their prices are falling and selling them when the price is rising, just when the current market is down. Holding is profitable, but trading is far more profitable. The conditions of this current market are like what we have ever seen before. βͲC still have a long way to go in terms of growth. I have been in the crypto world for a little over a year now and have been able to earn 31 βͲC by following the sensible advice and trading s!gnals of Richard McDonald, a professional analyst who stays one step ahead of other traders. He runs a program for serious i̇ṅṽėṡṫȯṙ/newbies who want to earn regardless of the current price trend. bufferingYou can reach Aaron on ͲeIєɠɾαm👉richard2happy.

  5. <Btc is technically an asset that's available to many people around the globe…I really Dont see it going below $28k..This current Liquidation has no effect on my portfolio because there’s so much to crypto than just holding.<but bullish or bearish market doesn’t matter to me anymore because Jim Malouf Gabriel got me covered as I have made over 7 btc from nov till date. His trading skills are exceptional.

  6. Mashinsky you can say as it is “bitcoin is highly speculative asset that is way overleveraged and those things tend to sell off first under slightest panic”. Wait till you see real panic… Bitcoin to the ground!

  7. haha, Isnt this the Clown who was talking Sky-high BTC prices? Interview that other clown too, Michael Saylor with his $100K, $500k, and $1 Million predictions. That was obvious madness. And the Loon bet his company on it. LOL

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