I think it’s time to start bringing back some chart work🙏🏼 I’ve been observing the behaviour across crypto social media the past few days and it’s very clear to see once again delusion is heavily present in the market. After a small 10% move in the market yesterday many are already jumping ship to claim the end of the bear market, which is absolute insanity considering not a single factor for continued downside has changed. Shown in order is BTC 1M, 1W, Daily & XRP’s Daily chart📈 BTC still has an unbelievably large space to fall lower and is currently in ‘No Mans Land’ where price is not really resting on any significant long term support or resistance (Shown by the Monthly), whereas XRP has realistically been driving forth the current price movement with the significance of it’s major support trendline which caused the upside pump yesterday... Although euphoria is high, once again I must stress to remain calm and look at the overall bigger picture. No new higher highs have been made, the pumps peaked at clear resistance & trendlines - Straight manipulation and I believe a massive short-squeeze. BTC could hit $4,000 & XRP could hit $0.34 and there’s still no means to get excited just yet🙅🏻♂️ We have to think like professional investors... Why on earth would a bull run commence from this price point when the likes of more profitable entry regions such as the $1,800 & $1,200 support are so close yet so far? I’m currently not trading due to the manipulation & volatility so it’s easier for me to take a step back and see what’s unfolding in real time.... Patience is a virtue, await a clear indicator of bullish momentum before trying to go against the biggest bear trend. I’m kicking back and waiting for that final push to strike my buy entries both physically in coins and on margin... No stress💆🏻♂️⌛️ #GoodToBeBack#CryptonaryCalls#NoGreed#Patience, #wins # bitcoin #economic#marketingstrategy#pshycologyfacts#money#businesscards#businessideas#businesscasual#investing#investorsgroup#investorshub#trading
Britain's overvalued housing market will undergo a modest correction if the country leaves the European Union at the end of next month without a deal, a Reuters poll found, with London being affected to a greater degree.
Negotiators are still scrambling to reach agreement, and if they fail then home prices in the capital, which has long been a magnet for foreign investors, will fall 3 percent in the six months after the March 29 split.
Nationally, prices will drop 1 percent, the Feb. 13-20 poll found.