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Calling Tops and Bottoms: 2020’s Most Popular Bitcoin Traders and Analysts

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Bitcoin and cryptocurrency trading is quite popular these days. With the price upswings and volatility in 2020, crypto traders have made and lost a lot of money. In the last few years, a number of digital currency enthusiasts have been attracted to professional traders and analysts routinely publishing technical analysis (TA) online. Crypto asset trading has exploded this year and there’s a great number of sophisticated traders sharing secrets, alongside short and long-term market outlooks.

Digital currency traders can make a lot of money by calling the tops and bottoms by leveraging insight and technical analysis (TA). For instance, if a trader played their positions correctly they could have gained big time (358%) from the dip in mid-March (Black Thursday) up until this week’s 2020 high at $16,495. This weekend the price of BTC has slid some, and the crypto asset is currently trading at prices between $15,850 to $15,950 per unit.

This year, cryptocurrency fans have been following a number of crypto traders and analysts on social media platforms like Twitter and charting websites like Tradingview. The following post is a collection of today’s most popular cryptocurrency traders, in no particular order, but have amassed a massive following from their digital currency trading tips this year.

Tradingview – Crypto Traders & Analysts

The website Tradingview is a web portal that shows live quotes for stocks, futures, forex, and cryptocurrency markets. The website is one of the most popular chart and technical analysis sites for crypto traders, and the portal also offers a social network of traders as well. While perusing the BTC/USD market section on Tradingview one will see the top traders sharing insights during recent days and all-time statistics. On Saturday, November 14, 2020, the top BTC/USD traders on Tradingview include six individuals who share insights about bitcoin’s market movements.

The top trader on Tradingview is an individual named “Botje11” who runs his own public Telegram group and writes frequent updates on BTC/USD markets. Botje11, a trader from the Netherlands who joined the website three years ago has shared 939 ideas to-date. Additionally, Botje11 has a lot of reputation points and also has 35,393 followers on Tradingview. The last BTC/USD market outlook Botje11 shared was on September 14 called “Bitcoin’s consolidation phase.”

Behind the trader Botje11 is “Magicpoopcannon” an American-based cryptocurrency trader who also shares trading ideas about BTC/USD markets. Magicpoopcannon (MPC) also joined three years ago and has 73,569 followers on the Tradingview website. The trader calls himself a “Crypto Pop Legend” and “Master of Charts” and the trader also has 30,000 followers on Twitter as well. The last BTC/USD insight MPC shared was called “Here’s How & Why BTC Could Reach 80,000-90,000 By Mid 2021,” published on November 4.

Goldbug1 is the third most popular trader on Tradingview today and the analyst has around 38,003 followers on the platform today. During the last three years, Goldbug1 has shared 352 insights on Tradingview to-date. The last few BTC/USD charts Goldbug1 published had shown that he is long on bitcoin and his last TA was on November 11, 2020. The post called “BTC – Can You Fold a Winning Hand? Managing Risk” explains that bitcoin has been consolidating but to Goldbug1, he believes “this is an area to take a little profit from lower levels, not to add more risk.”

Following the top three traders on Tradingview (TV) according to all-time stats, the traders Alanmasters, Excavo, and Tradingshot follow. Alanmasters has 89,657 TV followers and has published 3,784 public ideas. The trader Excavo has 98,891 TV followers and has publicly shared 1,647 ideas on the platform. During the last two years, the sixth most popular BTC/USD analyst on TV is Tradingshot, a trader that has published 1,051 ideas to his 19,469 TV followers.

Twitter – Crypto Traders & Analysts

The trader list news.Bitcoin.com collected from Twitter is a more randomized list and a tabulated count of social media followers as well. Unlike the aforementioned traders from Tradingview, the Twitter traders and analysts are listed in no particular order.

Cryptoyoda (@Cryptoyoda1338) is a crypto enthusiast, technical analyst, and writer who doesn’t take the easy road. Digital currency proponents can follow Cryptoyoda on Twitter but also on yoda.substack.com and cryptoyoda1338.com. Cryptoyoda’s profile says he’s from Dagobah and he joined in 2017. The account shares digital currency charts and trading insights regularly and has over 207,000 Twitter followers.

Nick Core (@Crypto_core) is another popular bitcoin trader who shares trading ideas on Twitter regularly to his 35,500 Twitter followers. Core’s analysis can be routinely seen on the website thetradingwizard.com and his market watch is for members only. The trader is also featured on Youtube, Twitch, and Tradingview as well.

From top to bottom and left to right: Cryptoyoda, Nick Core, Peter Brandt, Mr. Jozza, ฿TF%$D!, and The Crypto Dog.

The veteran and seasoned trader Peter Brandt (@Peterlbrandt) has been trading futures and has been an FX trader since 1975. Brandt is very popular on social media and has amassed a whopping 379,800 followers on Twitter to-date. The veteran trader shares insights on a number of assets including his BTC/USD thoughts. Brandt is an author and publisher of the Factor Report and the analyst joined Twitter in 2011. The last crypto tweet Brandt sent out was on November 6, when he tweeted about BTC paired with XRP.

Another popular trader on Twitter is Mr. Jozza (@Mrjozza) who often tweets about BTC/USD and a few other coin markets to his 15,900 Twitter followers. Mr. Jozza joined Twitter in 2015 but has been flipping bitcoin since 2013. The trader tweeted about the BTC/USD action on October 24 when he said that the “bitcoin breakout is on fairly tame volume so far.”

There’s also the crypto proponent known as ฿TF%$D! (@Cryptohustle), who considers himself a “semi-retired crypto trader.” The trader runs the website cryptohustle.com has a Youtube channel, and discusses BTC/USD markets regularly. On Twitter he also has 114,400 followers and the trader talked about “altcoin season” after “BTC is done stealing the show” on November 5.

The Crypto Dog (@Thecryptodog) calls himself a PhD dropout, a “crypto-trading dog,” and bitcoin miner since 2011. The trader discusses bitcoin and digital currency markets routinely and since joining Twitter in 2017 he’s amassed 235,300 followers on social media. Most of the K9’s outlooks on bitcoin markets can be found on Twitter, but the Crypto Dog also writes regularly on Medium as well.

From top to bottom and left to right: Crypto Bitlord, Willy Woo, Parabolictrav, and Donalt.

Another crypto trading expert on Twitter is Crypto Bitlord (@Crypto_Bitlord) an Australian-based individual who often shares ideas about bitcoin markets. Crypto Bitlord joined Twitter back in 2012 and has 130,600 social media followers on the platform. On November 14, 2020, Crypto Bitlord started a poll asking which bitcoin price would be next from the two choices $13k or $18k. At the time of publication, the tweet had 2,350 votes and 48.6% chose $18k while 36.7% chose the lower price.

Willy Woo (@Woonomic) is a popular crypto analyst with 157,600 Twitter followers to-date. Woo considers himself a pioneer of onchain analysis and the “art of extracting investment signals from the Bitcoin blockchain.” Woo’s charts can be seen at charts.woobull.com and his forecasts can be viewed at willywoo.substack.com. The crypto analyst joined Twitter in 2008 and often tweets about BTC/USD markets and onchain data.

A well known trader in the crypto Twitter universe is the trader Parabolictrav (@Parabolictrav). The individual is another person who regularly discusses crypto markets and calls himself a “slave to bitcoin.” Parabolictrav has roughly 65,800 followers on the social media platform and he is always tweeting about BTC. The last time Parabolictrav shared his BTC/USD market insights was on November 11.

The individual who goes by the name Donalt (@Cryptodonalt) is a digital currency trader and analyst who is often quoted in a number of crypto publications. Donalt joined Twitter in 2017 and has amassed 160,800 followers on the platform since then. The trader discusses BTC/USD market insights routinely and his last insight was on November 13, 2020.

Technical Analysis or Pulling Numbers from Thin Air

There are many other traders and analysts who discuss bitcoin regularly and have shared their cryptocurrency market prognosis to tens and hundreds of thousands of followers. A few of the aforementioned bitcoin traders speak about the long term game, but most of them speak about the short term cycles and swings more regularly.

The projections many of these traders throw out are based on sophisticated technical analysis, charts, signals, indicators, and theories as well. Lots of times people take seasoned crypto traders, researchers, and analysts more seriously than Wall Street executives, venture capitalists, and traditional financiers pulling numbers out of thin air. Although, there are plenty of skeptics who believe technical analysis (TA) is no different than pulling numbers from thin air or leveraging tarot cards.

What do you think about the most popular cryptocurrency traders in 2020? Are there any traders you like that you think we left out? Let us know what you think about these crypto traders and analysts in the comments section below.

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