Bitcoin and the S&P 500

A historical comparison

Bitcoin and the S&P 500

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Monday editions are dedicated to my macro research on Bitcoin and the Crypto market.

I share complex, cutting-edge research insights about the crypto market in a simple, easy to understand format.

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Bitcoin - The 200 Week MA

In late May 2022, I shared a thread on the 200-week MA and downside deviations below it.

Historically, these downside wicks have represented peak financial opportunity for long-term investors.

These wicks tend to be -14% to -28% deep.

Fast-forward months later after May 2022 and BTC has deviated below the 200-week MA -21%.

Therefore BTC is still very much within the historical range of -14% to -28%.

In fact, the downside deviation isn’t out of the ordinary or extreme in any fashion.

But it would be worth comparing the 200-week MA situation for BTC with the S&P 500.

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