Big Sell Off In Stock Exchange Is Great For Crypto

#1
The stock exchange has never had some substantial effect on crypto rates.
That really is 1 piece of evidence that crypto could possibly be an advantage that is uncorrelated.

Crypto is going to move down or up according to what stocks perform
it’s currently moving forward on its own conditions and terms

It will not indicate that this will be the way in which it’s going be forever
it suggests that is the way in which it’s right today.
It really is 1 piece of information which may be in comparison to data as it moves on.

You would want crypto to become uncorrelated. Here are some reasons:

You never want to buy to possess a reverse relationship,
because besides a few odd chunks of time, equities are a bull market.
Crypto would spend the majority of its time down whether it just slips when stocks fell.

That you really don’t need crypto to move with the markets,
as it would indicate crypto would not possess it own unique
identity and alternatively yet another widget to throw around
into a bull market, to proceed with the stock market.

You would like crypto as you may devote capital to become uncorrelated.
Considering mostly graphs that are crypto in your decision making, and
potentially having an area to invest/trade in once you didn’t want to maintain stocks

Fundamentally, benefits and drawbacks aside, it’s only reassuring to view
crypto remain stable and not answer the equity market fear. It is helpful to
prove that crypto is its asset category susceptible to no coat tails and determined on itself.
 

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#2
The stocks all across the globe are influenced by US stocks in a bit similar way Bitcoin has an influence on all other cryptocurrencies.

In the last 40 years, we had major recessions in the US at 1981-82, 1990-91, 2001 and 2007-2009.
As you can see, the period between them differs from 6 to 10 years. The last one finished 9 years ago. Therefore we can expect another recession in near future.

In case of recession, many investors sell their stocks and look for alternative assets to invest - precious metals, gems etc. In 2009 we did not have a cryptocurrency market yet.

Therefore there is actually real chance investors will move their funds from crashing stocks to cryptocurrencies.
Starting with buying the most popular cryptocurrency - Bitcoin, as it is regarded by many as "digital gold".
 

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