April 11, 2021


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DANGEROUS Bitcoin & Ethereum Price Crash (What Professionals Are Doing)

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  1. from 28/1/2021 Kava will explode anytime…hurry otherwise too late and regret……..market cap expect $1 Billion soon…..share price is $2.95 Aud at 45 million circulation supply……Kava is great DeFi platform and should make good progree in 2021…….

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  3. I'm way more bullish. Same indentiliciousish pattern happened in June 2017…triangle broke to the downside to 30%, then went on to rally 100% from point of triangle. If pattern plays out, looks like a 28k low & 70k rally high. My guess is 50k in the short term

  4. So I'm a newbie at this hole thing and already lost , gained, broke even, but the money I invested I do not need so it's to play with and a good way during times like this are to watch , set a stop loss to sell and set a limit buy for the low like when it dumped to 28,500 and now your talking but they can be tricky to land perfect too

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