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Bitcoin, Crypto Index, BTC, ETH, DOT, ADA, AAVE, GRT Technical Analysis Elliott Wave - tradinglounge.com
Overview: Bitcoin Bullish to 50,000. And I compare the wave structure of The Crypto Index to Bitcoin Elliott Wave structure
Bitcoin Elliott Wave: Wave (v) of iii) to 50K
Trading Levels: target Major Level (TL5) 50,000
Bitcoin Trading Strategy: see video

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