I know crypto chart takes are 2 a penny these days so mine are equally worthless, but... we all know that log charts are the right way to look at these...1/
Bitcoin seems to have negated the Head and Shoulders pattern, on-chain data suggest huge accumulation and better market dynamics, Metclafes Law valuations are increasing, and time and price have now met the log trend...2/
ETH has also reached the log trend in time and price and looks like it s forming a wedge.
Let's see but I can not get bearish in the larger log chart/regression context...
Nor in Metcalfe's Law terms...

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19 Jul
Just adding to this thread.... the rise in the dollar and fall in bond yields is all about a moderation in growth. I think it might lead to a growth scare in Q4.
Bond yields rise and fall with the business cycle. The business cycle has peaked and will ease off significantly and so bond yields will fall.
And the same is true of the dollar, it is a function of the business cycle (dollar inverted on this chart).
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28 Jun
The macro winds might be changing...

Macro is ruled by two assets - the US dollar and US treasuries. If they move together they are usually telling us something important. It is time to have them both on your radar screen... 1/
Using the Euro/$ as the proxy for the dollar...there is risk of a very large head and shoulder forming. The dollar tends to rally on economic weakness (and falling yields).
And 10 year rates look like they are going to test the uptrend. If my hunch that H2 is going to be weaker than expected is correct, this trend line will confirm. After all, bonds speak the economic truth.
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If you are interested in The Exponential Age, James Anderson of Scottish Mortgage is The Godfather of investing in the theme (in listed markets).

This short 15 mins interview is worth watching.

His fund is one of the best performing in history...truly exponential. He is a measured and very reasonable man...
The log scale of this London listed fund makes much more sense...
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If you are as fascinated by community tokens as I am (I think it is the future of business models) then this interview with @hendry_hugh and @KevinChou with @AshBennington is fabulous.

It is all part of my knowledge journey in community tokens that started with @RAC

Then @pierskicks took it to a new stratosphere...the metaverse

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Amazing interviews on the Real Vision Festival of Learning. Just watched good friends @SantiagoAuFund and @profplum99 who were so, so useful for many and as ever, great! @wolfejosh was the festival headliner with 2 incredible interviews; @nfergus who is always exceptional 1/
and a good friend of @RealVision too, along with the phenomenal @kahneman_daniel who was in my top 5 choice of guests ever for Real Vision (Finally got him!!). The round table between all three was the icing on the cake.
The depth and breadth of learning from this event, from the smartest minds in the world, fuck ups, processes and successes, is something magic.


And on top are amazing Real Visionaries like @TommyThornton @PeterLBrandt @markopapic @choffstein @DeeSmithTexas @JulianMI2
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17 Jun
The dollar is always the KEY macro variable.

When it moves, everything moves. If the dollar rises sharply back to the middle of the range, it kills the inflation narrative for now.

The real guts of the inflation debate is more likely next year's story.
It is normal to see inflation fears immediately after recessions but they tend to ease sharply (or entirely reverse, as do bond yields).
And The Fed always cuts again (for 2 years) after the recession as stimulus and re-bound effects wear off...
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