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The Bitcoin Fall Will Likely Continue In The Future

Today is one of those days you should not log in to your retirement accounts. ​ US stocks are facing relentless selling pressure as investors slash earnings outlook given unclear outlooks for economic growth and the US consumer. Today’s PPI report did little to change the outlook with inflation, which suggests pricing pressures remain uncomfortably high. ​ Apple shares fell into bear market territory on worries that future earnings growth will remain in jeopardy given inflationary pressures are not decelerating sharply.

Persistent inflation, uncertainty with commodity prices impacted by the war in Ukraine, and China’s COVID situation are all short-term risks that could lead to aggressive tightening by the Fed...

If you plan on taking advantage of some of these discounts, be warned that we haven’t seen capitulation just yet. ​ Some traders on Wall Street believe that a stock market bottom is nearing, but confidence in that call is not really high. Persistent inflation, uncertainty with commodity prices impacted by the war in Ukraine, and China’s COVID situation are all short-term risks that could lead to aggressive tightening by the Fed later in the year, which is preventing some investors from taking advantage of the massive discounts across the stock market.

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Cryptos rebound

Where do I begin? Stablecoin chaos and lost confidence with cryptos has now been followed by a rebound. ​ Tether, a true stablecoin that is backed by assets, saw its 1 dollar peg to the dollar broken as contagion spilled over from the TerraUSD, the algorithmic stablecoin collapsed.

Confidence has been waning in the cryptoverse but it seems we are getting close to the end of the market sell-off

Bitcoin has been a casualty of the broader market selloff of risky assets, but the latest crisis with stablecoins triggered the collapse of the USD 30,000 level, which was a key entry point for many institutional investors. Confidence has been waning in the cryptoverse but it seems we are getting close to the end of the market sell-off.

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Bitcoin is still vulnerable to one last plunge that could coincide with a stock market selloff

Bitcoin has rebounded from USD 25,424, but this won’t last if risk appetite does not stabilize soon. Bitcoin is still vulnerable to one last plunge that could coincide with a stock market selloff, before many crypto investors feel the bottom is in place.

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The Bitcoin Fall Will Likely Continue In The Future

Ed Moya

With more than 20 years’ trading experience, Ed Moya is a senior market analyst with OANDA, producing up-to-the-minute intermarket analysis, coverage of geopolitical events, central bank policies and market reaction to corporate news. His particular expertise lies across a wide range of asset classes including FX, commodities, fixed income, stocks and cryptocurrencies. Over the course of his career, Ed has worked with some of the leading forex brokerages, research teams and news departments on Wall Street including Global Forex Trading, FX Solutions and Trading Advantage. Most recently he worked with TradeTheNews.com, where he provided market analysis on economic data and corporate news. Based in New York, Ed is a regular guest on several major financial television networks including CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Yahoo! Finance Live, Fox Business and Sky TV. His views are trusted by the world’s most renowned global newswires including Reuters, Bloomberg and the Associated Press, and he is regularly quoted in leading publications such as MSN, MarketWatch, Forbes, Breitbart, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Ed holds a BA in Economics from Rutgers University.