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Crypto Mini Crash

Does anyone have any ideas of when the next crypto (mostly BTC) will crash? Personally I think something is going to happen in October for several reasons:
1. Student loans are starting up again in October (assumption: many people with student loans probably are of the crypto generation and possibly own some. When their debt builds, odds are they will have to sell some crypto to pay off some of debt, which would lower the price of crypto).
2. Rising gas prices (the increase in gas prices effects people directly and indirectly through the rising price of goods).
3. Ever increasing national credit card debt.

Let me know what you all think. Don’t worry about being too critical of my logic. I’m new at this and want to learn. If you agree with my assumptions let me know what you think the time line will be.

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