Weekly Bulletin (Apr 7, 2019)

CoinSheet #250

If you want to be happy for a lifetime, be a gardener.

— Chinese Proverb

Weekly Bulletin

Hello folks,

Hope you’ve all had a great week.

Two things I want to cover this week.

As you’ve probably noticed, bitcoin broke some bearish major macro trend lines and surpassed the $5,000 mark for the first time in months.

Next we have the SEC who released an official statement about analyzing whether a digital asset is a security or not.

Let’s jump into it.

The SEC and their framework

You can read their framework here.

You probably don’t want to tho, because it’s 13 pages of boring legal jargon.

The analysis from Coin Center is a much better read (if you’re interested).

Most of you aren’t here for homework assignments, so here’s a TL;DR from the Coin Center analysis.

What’s new here are not the conclusions necessarily, but that it is being said more clearly than ever. This guidance not only confirms that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are not securities, it also goes a long way in helping entrepreneurs and technologists who have done the right thing know that they have done the right thing, and it should help those who want to build new networks know how the securities laws will be applied.

Sooo, yeah. There's really nothing new here.

Onto the markets!

Market Sentiment

Before we start

Don’t listen to folks who after-the-fact come up with great theories to explain price movement.

What matters here is not how good someones analysis is about the outcome, but how much one makes when one is right.

If you see someone come up with theories about the markets in hindsight, you can almost be certain they have no skin in the game.

Predicting rain doesn’t count; building arks does.

— Warren Buffet

So, is the bear market really over?


It’s looking really good so far.

I’ve been showing you these trend lines for the last 7 weeks or so.

And we finally broke through them.

I thought we would have another 2-4 weeks of rejections and sideways action.

But I was wrong, and we broke through (rather suddenly).

Trading opportunities

Trading laggard large caps meta is back.

Here’s an English translation.

A laggard is the opposite of a leader, and tends to be something that is under-performing, or falling behind.

The thesis here is that since the crypto market isn’t perfect, there will be coins that you can buy for a discount, because their price moves slower then the price of another coin.

For example, litecoin price has been moving quicker then bitcoin, so there was an opportunity to make more bitcoin buy trading litecoin.

This is what I’ve been doing lately.

I’m currently watching ETH.

Bitcoin (Moving Averages)

We just had 10 EMA / 200 SMA crossover on the daily chart. This is a pretty bullish move.

At this point a 50 SMA / 200 SMA crossover would pretty much confirm that we are in a bull market.

That 50 Weekly SMA is also the next level of resistance.

The TD

In the beginning of March, I mentioned that it’s a good time to pay attention to the TD Sequential.

The monthly count didn’t get us to that perfect 9 / 13 count, but it was very close.

The monthly count was suggesting to us that the bear trend was exhausting.

The weekly and daily count is suggesting a short pull back, but given the current hype and the relatively bullish macro indicators (like the monthly count, trend lines, and moving averages), we likely won’t see too much downside.

We’ll likely see action similar to what we saw on that daily 9 candle.

(Daily 9 candle below)

Bitcoin (Monthly Support/Resistance Levels)

Bitcoin (Macro Overview)

I’ve been sharing this macro chart for a long time, and it’s not even the most bullish macro chart out there (but it is easy to look at).

Still, right now it looks great.

The end

What do you folks think?

Continue the discussion in our Telegram group.

That’s all for now.

See you later space Cowboy