Spit the Bit? Bitcoin Reaches Dangerous Manic Stage

There are few guarantees in the business of financial speculation, which is the business the crowd is in when justifying the reasons not to reduce exposure into all-time highs. Typically, bull markets end with a focus on a narrow sector of stocks, or in some cases assets. Remember the Nifty 50's, Dotcom's, and Mortgage Lenders?

While there are several assets to choose from in the current environment of fearless certainty that markets can only rise, few are as thin as the blow-off in Bitcoin. That said, while this asset has entered the parabolic portion of its mania, where prices move vertically, there is a recognizable pattern of the crowd's behavior that is able to be forecast. Let's look....426 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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