Today, I present my way of investing in Bitcoin using the website look-into-bitcoin. I present 3 Bitcoin metrics that I look at before clicking on “BUY”.
1. Technical analysis: logarithmic growth curves
The logarithmic growth curves are a way to determine if the price of Bitcoin is “statistically” undervalued:
When the price is under the “MidDev” yellow line (“fair” value), I consider it as a good time to buy.
2. On-chain analysis: 1-year HODL wave
This is the chart of how many wallets have been holding Bitcoin for more than 1 year without selling:
As you can see, each time the number of hodlers is going up, the price goes up with a delay. When this indicator goes up, I consider that it’s another good time to buy.
3. Stock-2-flow analysis: a commodity point of view
Stock-2-flow from planB is a model considering Bitcoin as a commodity. I’ve talked about it last year in this article. It’s estimating the Bitcoin price by analyzing its scarcity based on how many Bitcoin are released a year in comparison to how many are still blocked:
When the price is under the red line (price estimation based on stock/flow): I consider that it’s yet another good time to buy.
I’ve presented 3 metrics that I use when buying Bitcoin: statistical, on-chain and based on stock-to-flow. To have a certain degree of serenity and minimize the risk, I consider it’s best when the 3 indicators are flashing “BUY” altogether.
Oh. Wait. It’s the case now. Guess what I’m doing now on my favourite exchange ;-).
See you for the next article.
Until then… Take care.
Disclaimer: this is not financial advice