Was that the bottom? Which experts to follow for updates and analysis

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Was that the bottom? Which experts to follow for updates and analysis

We tend to keep things light hearted here at the Crypto Bubble. We’re here to have some fun and leave the advice up to the experts. In such a crowded space it can be hard to know who to listen to, so we thought we’d give you some of our favorites.

Bitcoin bounced overnight

After a rough start to the year, Bitcoin seemed to find support around the $7600 USD mark. Who called it? The guys below. Will it hold from here? Follow them to find out.

Tone Vays – YouTube

Bitcoin purist Tone Vays has been in the game a while now. He has a strong belief in Bitcoin, but is a straight talker and doesn’t sugar coat. Tone uses a unique ‘random number’ charting system, which he shares in his daily vlogs where he often calls tops and bottoms on 4 hour, daily, and weekly charts.

Tone worked on Wall Street for almost 10 years, starting as a Risk Analyst at Bear Stearns and later becoming a VP at JP Morgan Chase in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. His expertise is in Economic Trends, Trading and Risk Analysis. Since 2013 he has been very active in spreading the relevance and importance of Bitcoin.

Find him on Youtube  for daily Bitcoin briefs, often streamed with Bitcoin developer Jimmy Song who handles news and dev updates. He also has some valuable trading resources on his website.

Crypto_Ed – Twitter

Crypto_Ed is a self proclaimed (and widely acclaimed) chart whisperer. With over 20 years trading experience (4 in crypto), he trades classic wavepattern breakouts. He’s also a mentor, trainer, and a valuable asset in your Twitter feed.

Ed often shares TA on Twitter, and covers Bitcoin plus a range of alts. His targets are often scarily accurate. Turn Twitter notifications on for this chart whisperer.

His website also offers a range of training resources.

Haejin Lee – YouTube

Haejin Lee is a recent discovery of ours. Outside of his analysis talk, he’s a man of few words but has generated quite the following with his daily TA videos and blog articles. He often gives a number of scenarios with each chart read and keeps his videos short and concise.

Haejin also has a range of training material on his blog, covering wave counting and fibonacci.

There’s our top 3 recommendations! If you have solid sources of your own, let us know in the Facebook comments. Now we’ll get back to making memes.