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DogeCoin, Bitcoin, and All Coins Follow the Stonks...

By CodyMac50 | MyCripticLife | 30 Nov 2021

Over the last year I have been following the stonk market and Bitcoin and noticed that almost every move the market makes, Bitcoin takes a similar path. 

But I was not sure why this happened, and since I am not an analyst or anyone as important as that, I figured that it was just due to the fact that it was really nothing.

Now, I see that it has to do with manipulation, and in a bad way.

Whales are the ones who dictate what the markets do for the most part, and the fish are the ones who have to deal with the effects. It isnt that the fish cant change the way things are for a while, like the case with Game Stop, but more often than not, they dont have much control.

DogeCoin is just a fun thing that moves with the wind, and recently has made huge gains, and then also fell off. But it too followed the markets like Bitcoin. It isnt really worth what it is because there is nothing backing it, except the will of the people to prop it up.

DogeCoin isnt manipulated like Bitcoin, as we can easily see with the Whycoff Model. It follows a planned path with dips and gains. On schedule like a train. 

The reason the price of Bitcoin is what it is right now, is because those who run the model want it to be this low. Now, I know that there are several people who will disagree with me, but this is the reality of it. 

We can either be the fish who stopped those who manipulate the markets, or we can be swept along with the tide. We have a choice to get ourselves out of this rut, and as with Game Stop, we can make those who manipulate the markets run for the hills.


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I'm Cody and will post about anything christian, crypto, and sometimes crazy...


I was involved with crypto since 2012, but left after homelessness entered my life. Now I am back, (since July of 2020) and ready to live this crypto life!

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