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Popular pseudonymous analyst Crypto Kaleo is predicting that Bitcoin and the stock market will go parabolic together before crashing in a blow-off top.
Kaleo says that rather than trying to call all of the minute BTC price action, he has his eye on a longer-term prediction that places Bitcoin up to 330% higher than current prices in a matter of months.
“I’m not sitting there stressing about every micro movement, I’m looking more zooming out for the macro price targets, and I still think BTC within the next six months, could go to $150,000 – $250,000.”
In other trending Bitcoin News today: Veteran Trader Tone Vays Says $100,000 BTC by End of Year Unlikely – Here’s His New Forecast!
Vays tells his 116,000 YouTube subscribers that while Bitcoin is unlikely to rise above a price of $100,000 in 2021, the target could be hit during the first three months of 2022.
“And while I still like for Bitcoin to break a $100,000 area by the end of the year, at the moment that is looking unlikely. But Q1 2022 is perfectly reasonable for that break of the $100,000 mark.”
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