Bitcoin’s drawdown from ATH drops under 45% Bitcoin’s drawdown from ATH drops under 45%

Bitcoin’s drawdown from ATH drops under 45%

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Bitcoin's price rebound reflects its cyclical resilience in the face of market volatility.

Quick Take

Bitcoin’s price drawdown, which refers to the decline from its peak price of $69,010 in November 2021, has now reduced to under 45%. This development comes after a 750-day journey from its peak and a challenging bear market period in November 2022, when the digital asset experienced a 75% drawdown.

Price Drawdown from ATH: (Source: Glassnode)
Graph showing the price drawdown from ATH from 2010 to 2023 (Source: Glassnode)

Interestingly, the current scenario mirrors a similar drawdown experienced in September 2020, potentially indicating a cyclical pattern that could forecast future market movements. This trend adds to Bitcoin’s narrative of recovery and resilience, showing how it navigates through market fluctuations.

Nearly two months have passed since CryptoSlate first reported on the TLT drawdown. TLT, known as the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF, is a financial instrument that tracks the performance of long-term U.S. Treasury bonds with maturities exceeding 20 years. It offers investors exposure to U.S. government bonds, a cornerstone of many investment portfolios. As of Dec. 1, TLT has experienced a decrease of 52% from its all-time high, which is substantially more than Bitcoin.

TLT Drawdown: (Source: Trading View)
Graph showing the TLT drawdown from 2003 to 2023 (Source: Trading View)

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