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Tulip Bulbs and Poseidon Power

“It doesn’t seem like tulip bubs to me.”

The mania over tulip bulbs is nothing like the powerful trading power of bitcoin.

That was Larry Pesavento’s comment on Wednesday.

The date was special because of the retrograde station by Poseidon.

He and I had gotten together on his Trade What You See program on the Tiger Financial News Network.

TFNN caters to traders who are interested in cutting-edge techniques and perspective for enhancing their performance in the markets.

An Astro-Trading Forum

Larry’s show is noteworthy, not just because he has such vast experience in trading and in training traders, but also because he’s so appreciative of the unique advantages that astro-trading techniques can bring to the market environment.

That’s why it’s always a joy when I get to join him on the air.

We get to talk trading. And we get to talk about astrology.

But tulip bulbs?

The Tulip Bulb Story

Larry was referring, of course, to the historical tulip bulb mania of 1637.

It was a wild market ride as the price of the prized plants went up and up and up.

tulip bulb mania in the 1600s
The wild run-up in tulip bulbs in 1637 became the model of mmarket mania.

The parabolic price trend was uninterrupted – until it crashed.

That, Larry noted, is not what’s going on with bitcoin.

The cryptocurrency has seen its share of ups and downs.

It’s had big advances, fallen back down to earth, and then rallied one again.

Along the way, it has climbed to higher prices, and gained a lot of attention from big players, including Elon Musk.

In other words, it’s a market that’s  rapidly maturing.

I totally  agree.

And there are astrological factors at work right now that indicate that the price of bitcoin is likely to go much, much higher.

Including the impact of the current Poseidon station.

You can check out our entire conversation – complete with Poseidon impacts on multiple markets – in the video from Larry’s show: