According to trading data across the industry’s most trusted BTCUSD spot markets, over the past four years Bitcoin's average monthly trading volumes have skyrocketed from $0.5 billion in 2016 to over $27 billion in 2020.
Annualized volatility trending up, correlations with gold and S&P500 down, and resistance from a multi-year pennant right at the $10k mark with the third halving. April set us up for an interesting month of May. Here's the Kraken Intelligence team's read on Bitcoin volatility.
Thinking of something to do while stuck at home in quarantine? Cryptowatch’s The Dude has you covered with his handy list of 19 educational and pertinent trading-related reads.
In this profile, Credible Crypto covers the habits that helped him develop a trading system, how he saved time learning market analysis techniques, and what traders get wrong about RSI.
Cryptowatch has added charting support for the Bitcoin stock-to-flow (S2F) valuation model. In this post we find out how the model is calculated, how to enable it on any Cryptowatch Bitcoin/USD chart, and finally what the indicator forecasts for future Bitcoin prices.
Cryptowatch has added live market trading data from crypto derivatives exchange FTX. The new data integration enables traders to track and analyze candlestick charts, market depth, and real-time trades from the exchange that currently ranks as the fourth biggest crypto derivatives venue by volume.
Kevin Svenson is known for his remarkably accurate top and bottom calls on Bitcoin. In this profile, you’ll learn how he uses ParSAR, why he doesn’t recommend paper trading, and what he learned from Uber drivers.
This volatility report from Kraken covers the massive market moves in March, including a historic 39% drop in a single day and a slow but steady recovery. The report walks through key events alongside Bitcoin's price action, analysis of macro trends, and key events coming up.
In this March 2020 focused analysis, we take a closer look into how far crypto and traditional markets fell, which assets bounced back, and which managed to survive the market meltdown.
In our first trade.config, we look at one trader's experience with high leverage scalping. Going only by H.A.A., this trader shares lessons and methods earned through years of short-term scalping, so you can skip some of his mistakes.