Issue 14 – Have Institutions Killed the Crypto Cycle?

June 10, 2021


For months, I’ve maintained that a cycle peak for cryptos should occur sometime between August and September.

Bitcoin tends to spend nine months above its previous cycle peak during bull runs. It did it in 2013 and again in 2017.

But what if I’m wrong? What if institutions have changed the game?

We know institutions are here. We also know they’re behind the latest effort to drive Bitcoin lower.

It isn’t unthinkable then to believe they’ve changed the game entirely. More specifically, there may be a concerted effort to disrupt the four-year cycles retail investors have come to know.

That’s what today’s issue is all about.

We’ll look at the current four-year crypto cycle and why that may be a thing of the past. I’ll also share some altcoin charts that I haven’t discussed before.

Let’s get it!

$20,000 Bitcoin Would Be a Big Deal

A $20,000 Bitcoin at this point would be historic.

Not because it was just trading at $65,000 in April and would confirm a 70% markdown.

No, it would be historic because…

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I'm Justin Bennett, a currency trader turned crypto enthusiast. My journey started with stocks in 2002. After limited success, I transitioned to currencies in 2007, which later became a full time trading gig. The journey continued, and in 2020, I committed to learning about cryptocurrencies. It was love at first sight. Cryptocademy.com is the culmination of my love for cryptocurrencies, my passion for financial markets, and desire to learn and teach.

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