‘Exit All the Markets’, Says Trader Who Called the 2022 Crypto Collapse – Here’s Why

The trader known for accurately calling this year’s big Bitcoin (BTC) and crypto market crash says investors are better off being 100% out of the markets for now.

The pseudonymous analyst known as Capo tells his 661,000 Twitter followers that traders bullish on crypto markets are way too early, and should be waiting for another leg down in prices.

Capo says urges everyone to simply stay out of the markets.

According to the popular analyst, a series of factors are all coinciding to suggest a “final capitulation” is just around the corner.

“What I see: -Technicals looking bad (price below June’s low, indicators bearish, funding reset…) -Same bull traps as always, but even weaker. People falling for them. -Comments like ”you are going to miss the train”. Really? This is not over. Final capitulation is likely.”

Looking at Bitcoin, Capo lays out a possible scenario where BTC plummets somewhere between $14,000 and $11,000 before finding support.

“A chart is worth a thousand words.”

Source: Capo/Twitter

The analyst says that his main target for BTC is $14,000, but that a capitulation wick to around $13,500 or $12,500 is also likely.

As for Ethereum (ETH), Capo predicts the top smart contract platform sees triple-digit price levels before the end of the month. He targets the $700 to $750 range, or up to a 40% drop from current levels.

Source: Capo/Twitter

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