Bitcoin, Ether Still Perform Better Than Stock Indexes Since Feb 2020 Despite Sell-Off

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Bitcoin continues to remain in sell-off mode descending below the key psychological $40,000 resistance level, and spiraling further still. The key to sustainable bitcoin price recovery is renewed institutional participation, which remains elusive. But despite so, as the Chart of the Day shows, bitcoin and ether still outperform S&P500 and Nasdaq indexes since Feb 14, 2020. “All About Bitcoin” host Christine Lee breaks down the Chart of the Day.

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