One may assert that many crypto graphs, generally in the majority of currency monies, are now forming giant decreasing reel routines (a bullish reversal pattern). This wouldn’t be the before all else time this sort of pattern has occurred in crypto and resulted in the start of a new marketplace cycle.

UPDATE: Sept 2018, Bitcoin is still forming the similarly pattern. Meanwhile the rest of the marketplace is getting ground down…. Now Nov. looked like the pattern was breaking, but actually it just reformed See image beneath ).

Bitcoin after all 2012 with some chart patterns and trend lines illustrated.

First off, there are a few notes to cover:

  1. Descending triangles(often bearish) and falling wedges(often bullish) are similar patterns, one could argue most cryptos are forming either of these patterns. Descending triangles are bearish continuation patterns, falling wedges are bullish reversal patterns. So that difference does matter. One could also argue a few charts are more-so forming symmetrical triangles (another similar pattern; generally a continuation pattern, which in this case would be bearish). They all take on a similar shape and are differentiated mostly by the slope of trendlines (which in the case of BTC and ETH the trendline along the lows only slopes very slightly).
  2. A giant falling wedge is almost formed by necessity in an economic bubble where there are many rally attempts along the way down. Crypto is full of bubbles, and full of rally attempts on the way down in most cases, and thus ends up being full of falling wedges.
  3. Because crypto is chalk full of falling wedges in its history, we can see near countless examples of these patterns playing out (go to Trading View and look at any coin in USD or BTC on Poloniex so you have enough data and you’ll see them; try LTC, BTC, and NEO). For coins that made it to 2018, every coin I have looked at in the top 100 coins by marketplace cap (not every coin, but every coin I looked at, say like 40 or so) falling wedges have always eventually broken up into a rally. Essentially there is a 100% success rate, which is nuts. In fact, even if you say “no more Tom, these really are triangles,” ” it doesn’t actually influence exactly what I’m mentioning as I would answer, “ok, well, the triangles broke down and then eventually recovered to form more triangles. “
  4. All that covered, there’s never a lot of argumentation to be bullish at a downtrend (we’re in a overarching downtrend at 2018 AND across the rear side to this of the latest “mountain type / head and shoulders type thing” we are going on here). We can readily maintain for 50% declines supposing the underside trend line of this quad doesn’t hold and the pattern breaks down (as the pattern can break down, then we can adjust the bottom trend line, and still show the similarly pattern… so we could lose another 50% and still end up with a falling wedge at the end of the day for example). Meanwhile, even if it does hold, the trendline is around $5.5k, the last bottom is at $5.75k, and BTC has tended to bottom around $6k in 2018 (all those numbers are lower than the cost while I write this)… Plus, BTC can take off without alts, and if crypto dies for some argumentation, then it could be that no coins resolve the pattern in a favorable way (historically both BTC AND ETH would need to rally for this to resolve into a run for alts). So, cool to know, but lots of room to go defame here.

Ultimately any pattern could play out or not (its about probabilities, not certainties). The point of this page isn’t to express “purchase here” or even “sell here,” this will be always to state “dang dude, Bitcoin looks like a giant falling wedge to me, would be cool if it works out that way. “

There really isn’t a lot of more to say, simply look at the graphic above for an illustration of what I’m talking about then go look at charts like you are playing “Where’s Satoshi’s giant decreasing pitches ” as you scour crypto history. You’ll notice those patterns tend to result in a run eventually… but like, often after more downside.

NOTE: If what looked like a bunch of Volcanos erupting ends up being a giant falling wedge, that is good for cryptocurrency holders and buyers. If this pattern fails, it is time to reassess. When I made the image beneath I was showing how Bitcoin looked like a bunch of volcanos that were going to “kill off your alt portfolio”… that ended up being true. Has nothing to do with seeing the future, has to do with seeing patterns emerge and understanding that it is one way things could go and have gone before. Talking about it is informative and entertaining, but everyone needs to make their own decisions about when and if to invest in the ultra risky often portfolio killing crypto.

One way to look at the Bitcoin crash of 2018.

Satoshi and the Giant Falling Wedges” contains information about the following Cryptocurrencies:
Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC)

Satoshi and the Giant Falling Wedges