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Where Is Bitcoin Going In The Long Term?

Bitcoin has just finished going up to $4800 then back down to $3100.Who knows where it will go next?I like Bitcoin compared to every other cryptocurrency, in its actual use case meaning there are hundreds of coins out there, but most aren’t really used for anything.Bitcoin has the unique status as representing a reasonable volume of actual trade.Cryptocurrency ValueAfter all, the fallacy of so many cryptocurrencies is, in the long run, where does the real value come from?It’s easy to say it...

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Exactly How Many Warnings Do You Need?

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, When I was growing up my father, probably much like yours, had pearls of wisdom that he would drop along the way. It wasn’t until much later in life that I learned that such knowledge did not come from books, but through experience. One of my favorite pieces of “wisdom” was: “Exactly how many warnings do need before you figure out that something bad is about to happen?” Of course, back then, he was mostly...

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21st Century Shoe-Shine Boys

Authored by Pater Tenebrarum via Acting-Man.com, Anecdotal Flags are Waved “If a shoeshine boy can predict where this market is going to go, then it’s no place for a man with a lot of money to lose.” - Joseph Kennedy It is actually a true story as far as we know – Joseph Kennedy, by all accounts an extremely shrewd businessman and investor (despite the fact that he had graduated in economics*), really did get his shoes shined on Wall Street one fine morning, and the...

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Weekend Reading: They’re Baaaccckkk!

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, I remember the first time I saw the movie “Poltergeist.” It scared the $*#@ out of me, and I slept with the lights on for a month. Recently, I got a chance to catch a rerun. It certainly wasn’t the same experience. It was kind of like eating a “twinkie” as an adult, the sponge cake and creamy filling aren’t nearly as delicious as I remembered them. “Poltergeist” is now more of a...

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Ethereum (ETHUSD) Testing 61.8% Fib Retrace of 2 Month Upchannel

Ethereum (ETHUSD) Weekly/Daily Ethereum (ETHUSD) is falling more than 10% today as at the time of writing, after getting rejected Tuesday at the point ETHUSD broke below prior upchannel support (on the daily chart).  Upchannel support breaks tend to be followed by at least one attempt to break higher back into the upchannel, which offer a high probability short setup as these reclaims of prior upchannel support are often fleeting as seen with Tuesday's rejection.  Further downside...

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“Everyone’s In The Pool”

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, With the market breaking out to all-time highs, the media has started to once again reach for their party hats as headlines suggest clear sailing for investors ahead. After all, why not?  We have run one of the longest stretches in history without a 5%, much less a 10% decline. Threats of nuclear war, hurricanes, disaster, fires, earthquakes, and civil unrest have failed to unnerve investors. It seems all that has been missed was...

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Confusion Grows Over China “Bitcoin Exchange Ban”: 3 Largest Exchanges Have Not Received Any Official Notice

Bitcoin continues to hover near last week's post-ICO-ban lows having given up the rebound gains on headlines proclaiming China plans to shut local Bitcoin exchanges - a problem since the country accounts for 23% of global trading. However, the China's 3 biggest exchanges have still not received anything official with regard the ban and Russia's finance minister has outspokenly proclaimed "there's not point in banning" crptocurrencies. Confusion remains the biggest...

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Chinese Shares Surge As Beijing “Plunge Protection Team” Boosts Stock Holdings

Having repeatedly met with resistance around 3,300, over the past week China's Shanghai Composite finally broke out, and overnight rose another 0.9% to 3,362.65, its highest level since December 2015, following a sharp move higher in both the Chinext small-caps index, but mostly due to a spike in Chinese broker stocks. There have been various explanations for this move, with Bloomberg focusing on recent strong earnings, mostly out of China's big caps, where recent consolidation has pushed...

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Stock/Bond Ratio could breakdown here, says Joe Friday

Below looks at the Stock/Bond ratio, which is created by using the S&P 500 and Zero Coupon Bond ETF (ZROZ). The chart below looks at the price action over the past three years. Since the highs back in 2014, the ratio for the most part has created a horizontal channel, chopping back and forth.   CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE The ratio hit the 2014 highs earlier this year at (1), which in time could reflect that a double top took place. Right now it is way too early to confirm this....

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Wars and Rumors of Wars: Fire and Fury Signifying Nothing? Stock market caught in the crossfire

 The following article by David Haggith was published on The Great Recession Blog: August is a sultry month for stocks as markets thin out during the dog days of summer. Everyone leaves investing for a break from the heat. Statistically, August is the worst month for overall stock performance, while September delivers more of whatever August sends its way or brings its own dark surprises. After that, October loves a surprise and is the worst for having the most major crashes. As markets...

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