On this weeks episode of Market Talks we welcome senior market analyst at Cubic Analytics, Caleb Franzen.
Caleb is a Senior Market Strategist at Cubic Analytics, analysing new information/charts on the financial system, the inventory market, and Bitcoin to make higher funding selections. He’s additionally a former company banking & portfolio analyst.
The principle subject of debate with Caleb would be the new CPI information and what they imply for the crypto market, particularly Bitcoin (BTC). Is there a correlation between the information and the current value pump? How sustainable is that this value motion?
We additionally go over a number of of Caleb’s tweets the place he explains which indicators he seems to be at when analysing charts. One indicator he finds significantly fascinating is the 78-week WilliamspercentR oscillator. We get into why it’s necessary and the way it may help.
One thing that could be looming over everybody’s heads is whether or not the current Bitcoin pump is a faux out and if we might truly go decrease earlier than we break via $30K. We get Caleb’s ideas on this as he and Tim attempt to determine it out.
Ethereum (ETH) has been performing significantly properly lately with all of the information and hype surrounding the merge from proof of labor (POW) to proof of stake (POS). Does this imply that the merge has already been priced in or can we see a rally when the merge truly takes place in September? Might this be a basic case of purchase the hearsay promote the information?
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