Bitcoin’s Market Cycle Peak is a Lot Closer Than You Think


As soon as my plan signals to buy or sell, I will let you know. Watch my most recent updates for more about the data and trends.

My plan is not a trader’s plan. It’s focused on making the most of this bull market, buying when the price is not likely to go much lower for much longer and very likely to go up forever.


Altcoins have kept pace with bitcoin as both fell. Look at the highlighted circle in this chart of bitcoin dominance, you can see the altcoins’ proportion of the market held as bitcoin’s price rose and fell during mid-January and February.

This is not a price chart, it simply measures the percentage of the total crypto market cap that’s captured as bitcoin.

In the past, when alts hold their portion while bitcoin fell or went sideways, the entire altcoin space went nutz as soon as bitcoin’s price turned around.

We just need to see whether bitcoin’s price turns around.

Does this mean altseason’s over?

No. In fact, bitcoin’s lull has kept altcoins from zooming. No matter how strong the trends and tailwinds, we can’t have altseason unless bitcoin goes up. Bitcoin always leads, altcoins always follow.

Suffice to say, altcoins have outpaced bitcoin on the way up and kept pace with it on the way down. Assuming that trend continues, you can expect a massive boom for altcoins as soon as bitcoin turns around.

Down, then up?

A nosedive would be great. That would give the market a chance to reset, laying a strong foundation for even bigger growth.

That can’t happen if bitcoin continues its current pace.

If bitcoin continues to double/triple in price, then drop 25% before going up again, it will reach $90,000 by May 2021.

If that happens, we will see the most accurate top indicators, Puell Multiple and MVRV Z-Score, signal “sell” and the entire market will hit its cycle peak soon after (likely higher than $90,000). After that, bitcoin will have a huge crash.

Yes, the data models predict a different outcome on a different timeframe. Stock-to-flow, hash cycles, halving cycles, four-year cycles, expanding cycles, etc.

Those models all contradict each other. As my friend says, there are no good models but some are useful.

For those who prefer data models instead of my on-chain analysis, look at the logarithmic growth curve model. That model fits this scenario.

I prefer analytics that reflect what people do with bitcoin, not projections into the future. As a result, I’m don’t make any decisions on data models.

It’s just nice to know one of the models fits my analysis.

Never below $40,000 again?

It’s hard to feel good about the market when we see the momentum turning against us.

Crypto prices can still go way, way higher long after strength departs. It takes a while for reality to catch up to the market.

My gut, personal feeling, looking at the data and reflecting on my own experience when I entered this market in November 2017?

It’s just uncanny some of the similarities. Same chatter, same sentiment among OGs, same on-chain metrics, same comments on Twitter and YouTube.

People who refused to buy at $5,000 piling in at $50,000. Shills, pump-and-dumps, “I don’t know what this does but I bought it,” and the same patterns in on-chain movements of bitcoins.

Eerily similar.

In November 2017, crypto was just on the precipice of that explosion you probably remember. Prices had already gone up a lot but it wasn’t (yet) all over the mainstream news, just an article here or there or maybe a segment on the occasional newscast.

From an investment perspective, that was a terrible time to enter the market. In hindsight, I would never have entered if I knew then what I know now.

Do you really want to hop on the plane when it’s already running out of fuel and the forecast calls for storms? Or would you rather wait until it lands and hop on after it has a full tank and clear skies ahead?

Price lags momentum

You can’t deny the opportunity is here, now, as it was in November 2017.

Without a deep crash or long, sideways consolidation, this market is heading to a big, blow-off top sooner and at a lower price than most people expect. Only a nice, healthy crash or extended sideways move can stop that from happening.

Here’s the thing:

Price usually lags momentum. We can see momentum in the data I look at. That momentum is fading.

When bitcoin’s price drops, strength builds. Eventually, it builds and builds until the market explodes. As the price goes parabolic, weakness builds. Eventually, the bottom falls out. Rinse and repeat. Those are your market cycles.

Yes, we could see bitcoin’s price double or triple in the coming weeks. Altcoins will do multiples better. That’s realistic.

Just be careful out there. We’ve gone up a lot very quickly. What goes up must come down. Not usually or sometimes, but always.


The only question is how high do we go before we fall, or did we already start the drop?

Time will tell. Relax and enjoy the ride!