The Boom & Bust Signal is an indicator developed by David Brown and Professor Nouriel Roubini based on both fundamental and statistical analysis that has been applied to different asset classes to measure the possibility of a market correction.
RED BOOM SELL
Orange BOOM Reduce Exposure
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Blue BUST Increase Exposure
GREEN BUST BUY
It is a Digital Signal (Buy/Sell), easy to read, that indicates when one asset class is Overbought (Red BOOM), and it is time to reduce the exposure to that asset class, or Oversold (Green BUST), and it is time to increase exposure to the same asset class.
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Thank you for that kind introduction. It’s good to join the Aspen Security Forum.
As is customary, I’d like to note that my views are my own, and I’m not speaking on behalf of the Commission or the SEC staff.
Some might wonder: What does the SEC have to do with crypto?
Further, why did an organization like the Aspen Security Forum ask me to speak about crypto’s intersection with national security?
Let me start at the beginning.
It was Halloween night 2008, in the middle of the financial crisis, when Satoshi Nakamoto published an eight-page paper on a cypherpunk mailing list that’d been run by cryptographers since 1992.
Nakamoto — we still don’t know who she, he, or they were — wrote, “I’ve been working on a new electronic cash system that’s fully peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party.”
Nakamoto had solved two riddles that had dogged these cryptographers and other technology experts for a couple of decades:...
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There is a narrative among the Bitcoin faithful that what they have bought offers not only investment potential, but freedom from the powers that dominate government-issued “fiat” money. Cryptocurrencies are described by their fans as a people-powered revolution, digital banking unchained from the interests of the wealthy and powerful.
This may well have been the original intention. But the modern reality is that almost all Bitcoin investors own less than one per cent of one Bitcoin. These “retail” investors make up more than 75 per cent of addresses, but own a tiny fraction - 0.22 per cent - of the market. The top 100 Bitcoin accounts own more of the currency than the bottom 38 million. In the crypto economy, businesses and wealthy individuals control currencies more actively than any central bank. They do so not to maintain the market, but to further their own interests.
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Regulators are worried about hidden risks to investors and even the financial system stemming from a fast-growing corner of the crypto market meant to be immune from volatility.
Their focus is on so-called stablecoins, a form of cryptocurrency that has a fixed price, typically one dollar, and is backed by real-money reserves.
- In a speech delivered last Friday, Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren pointed a finger at top stablecoin Tether as a looming risk for the economy.
Tether, or USDT, is the leading stablecoin in the crypto-ecosystem. Used by traders to move in and out of crypto trades, Tether currently holds a $62 billion market cap – following only Bitcoin and Ethereum. Tether is tied to the dollar and dollar-like assets and seeks to hold parity with the reserve currency.
According to an interview by Yahoo, Rosengren had this to say:
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