Above, the monthly returns of bitcoin from 2013. September and March have the most red results, but there is one additional March taken into account. Relatively speaking, September therefore scores worse than the other eleven months.
Not only does September have the most red squares, on average the percentage is also many times lower than the other months. In fact, it is the only negative month with an average of -5.79%.
But usually after surviving September, the Bitcoin price rises again. Almost all fourth quarters in Bitcoins‘ history look insanely bullish.
Use this historical insight to your advantage, and place your orders accordingly.