Discover in video Vincent Ganne’s macroeconomic and technical analysis of December 20, 2022 on the Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), BNB and Chiliz (CHZ) cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin (BTC): The myth of the Christmas rally – Vincent Ganne’s analysis
While the fundamental context remains difficult with Central Banks wanting to break inflation by taking the risk of triggering an economic recession, the crypto market seems to be starting to get out of the FUD against Binance. However, is it credible to believe in a year-end rally for the price of Bitcoin although the trend remains bearish below the resistance at $19,000?
Vincent Ganne reveals his chartist market view on BTC, ETH, BNB and CHZ.
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