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How Fear Highlighted Bitcoin's BUYING Opportunity

by Editorial Staff
Updated: August 26, 2021

Back in June, several measures showed strong fear among Bitcoin traders. As we've shown before, extreme fear or greed often send the opposite signal. See how Bitcoin's "terrifying moment" two months ago was really a bullish alert in disguise -- and watch our Crypto Pro Service editor explain the message of today's sentiment.

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