Also, Mr. Draghi and Mrs. Yellen don’t tend to hold AMAs on Reddit, or make themselves available over email and Slack. For these reasons it’s easy to see crypto as a kind of internet version of those early 20th century heydays, where an insider tip was never too far away, where everybody was busy talking their own book because it mattered and where more than just oligarchs and multinationals could move the market by putting up a sell wall.
Of course, I’d be lying if I said that trend lines have never helped me decide when to get in, but I think that question should only be asked after determining why to get in.
Now this is an evaluation of market analysis that I can get behind. I'm glad that this was left for the end of the article because it really is a gleaming takeaway. Maybe technical analysis isn't so naive.