Crypto Banter Says He Is Leaving the Space, Amid Claims of a Worthless Bubble

  • Neuner’s video suggestively titled about leaving crypto actually sets the stage for his participation in a debate in Miami.
  • The debate, featuring industry giants like Scaramucci and Schiff, will explore if cryptocurrency is a revolutionary financial engine or just a bubble.
  • Neuner also discusses BTC’s future based on technicals and the macro picture.

Stop what you are doing right now and make sure you are sitting down, because you need to hear this. Ran Neuner, aka Crypto Banter is leaving crypto behind!

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Well, not really – it’s the clickbaity title of his latest video where he talks about the old adage “Sell in May and go away”. This phrase is well known in the stock market, referring to the best six months of the year for trading the Dow Jones Index traditionally, which are between November and April. Punters basically sold their bags in May and only returned to the market in November.

But Neuner is not actually leaving, you probably guessed it, this was more tongue-in-cheek than anything else. 


In fact, the Crypto Banter host actually will be heading to Miami to moderate a debate called “Cryptocurrency: is it the financial engine of the future or a worthless bubble?” which will feature industry heavy-weights Anthony Scaramucci and Erik Voorhees in the BTC corner and Gold-bug Peter Schiff alongside “Dr.Doom” Nouriel Roubini on the opposing side.

The debate, promising to be an engaging conversation, is set for 3 May.

Neuner: Watch the Stochastic RSI

Neuner also delved into technicals, urging to watch the current low Stochastic RSI readings, which suggest that historically, such lows are followed by significant market recoveries, indicating potential buying opportunities in what he believes could still be a bull market.

Source: Crypto Banter

Despite possible further declines, he sees this as a strategic buying zone. Other analysts such as Willy Woo, express caution due to recent negative news and potential drops below significant price levels for Bitcoin, yet there is a sentiment that the market could bounce back from these lows.

Neuner interprets this phase as the final capitulation in the altcoin cycle, suggesting a major upswing could follow, likening it to the last uphill stretch before a marathon’s rewarding finish.

Neuner Issues Warning about FOMC

Cryptomanran also predicts that Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell will announce no change in interest rates at the upcoming FOMC meeting, maintaining that inflation, while slightly above the 2% target, requires more consistent data before any rate reduction is considered.

He pointed out that the economy is slowing but unemployment remains low, suggesting no immediate shift toward a more dovish or hawkish stance.

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Neuner urges followers not to be surprised by these developments or to react hastily by selling off their investments. He stresses that all signs point to a steady, data-driven approach without any major policy changes.

Aaron Feuerstein

Aaron Feuerstein

Aaron Feuerstein is a freelance writer based in Melbourne. His focus is on decentralised finance and the regulatory space surrounding blockchain. He holds a Master's in Accounting. When he is not studying the latest legal case, he enjoys his time as a modest but eager hobby cook.

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