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Cryptocurrencies rose and bonds fell; national currencies and stocks were mixed but mostly lower, while commodities were mixed but mostly higher. Bitcoin, up 11.1%, and Ether, up 6.8%, made the largest gains. The largest losses were in long term bonds, down 3.3%, and coffee, off 2.2%.

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Commodities were all in the green and equites and national currencies were mixed; cryptocurrencies and bonds were in the red. Crude oil, up 9.4%, and coffee, up 5.2%, made the largest gains. Long term bonds, down 1.8%, and Bitcoin, off 1.6%, had the largest losses.

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Cryptos and bonds were mixed, but other asset classes moved lower. The broad index of 30 cryptos, up 7.2%, and Bitcoin, up 2.9%, were the week's best performers. Palladium dropped the most, falling 13.5%. Crude oil also had a bad week, declining 9.5%.

Bonds and commodities were mixed, but other assets moved lower. The largest drops were in cryptocurrencies, where the broad index of 30 cryptos fell 13.4% and BTC dropped 8.0%. Coffee, which rose 5.4%, and platinum, which gained 3.0%, were the week's best performers.

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Bonds and currencies (both national and crypto) fell, while equities and commodities were mixed but mostly higher. The largest gains were in coffee, which rose 5.3%, and crude oil, which added 4.1%. Ethereum fell 3.3%, the largest loss in the table for this week.

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National currencies fell, but other asset classes were mixed. The largest gains were in gold stocks, which rose 4.3%, while the Dow Industrials took the largest hit, dropping 4.0%. Crude oil also fell hard, declining 3.9%.

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We all know that prediction is tricky job, especially when it concerns the future… and Bitcoin, being a relative newcomer on the monetary stage, is loaded with more than the usual number of factors that could render the most carefully crafted forecasts wildly in error. But I’m going to make a stab at it, anyway! Please keep in mind that these projections are for entertainment only. No actual statistics were killed or tortured in the making of this post. Read on to see where I think Bitcoin is headed.

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This week cryptocurrencies fell, stocks moved higher, and national currencies and commodities were mixed. Bonds were little changed. The largest gains were in crude oil, which rose 9.5%, recovering much of the prior week's 11% loss. Ethereum fell the most, dropping another 4.4%.

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