SkrillaKing: Why Bitcoin (BTC) is a BIG BUY right now! Argentina crisis underscoring future global collapse
► Business Email: Skrillakingmarketing@gmail.com The big talk of today is on Bitcoin (BTC) falling below $11,000 amid confirmation that Argentina is in a crisis. Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri lost by a far greater margin than expected in primary elections on Sunday, casting serious doubt over the incumbent’s re-election chances in October. The surprise result set off a shockwave in financial markets, with the peso closing 15% weaker at 53.5 per U.S. dollar and Argentina’s stock market plunging more than 30%. It marked the second-biggest one day slump anywhere since 1950, Reuters reported. Meanwhile in the land of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin (BTC) has just about hit our target of $10,700 and should find support at the 200 EMA and 200 SMA, at which point historically Bitcoin (BTC) has gotten a reversal and rallied anywhere from 30-400%; typically on the higher end. A 100% Bitcoin (BTC) move from $10,700 would take us into $21,400 and achieve a new all-time-high. Bitcoin (BTC) hitting all time high's would require an almost $1 trillion dollar total market cap, and should significantly bring Bitcoin (BTC) into 75%+ dominance. It should be interesting. We will be here covering the markets 6 days a week (no video on Saturdays) and I hope you choose to join us. If you do not wish to subscribe, leave a comment as to your reasoning so we can work to improve the content. Have an AWESOME DAY and REMEMBER: Patience is KEY! DISCLAIMER: Only invest what you can comfortably afford to live without, and consult a qualified financial advisor if you’re serious about investing. The content of these videos is meant to be informative and entertaining and should not be construed as financial advice, a guarantee of returns, or an official endorsement of any company, party, platform, agent, etc. unless otherwise explicitly noted. #Bitcoin #Blockchain #crypto
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