Bitcoin’s price has still been all over the place the past week since last week’s article. There has been quite a big move to the downside for the overall crypto markets. Many are selling due to unknown factors. There could be a million reasons why a person is buying or selling when it comes to investments. At the current time frame of this article, Bitcoin is priced at about $18,865 per coin. Bitcoin is down from the $20-21,000 mark that Bitcoin has been clinging to lately. While some feel the bottom has already happened for Bitcoin, others think this is just the beginning of an even larger crash for Bitcoin.
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Let’s get into some technical analysis of Bitcoin for the current downtrend we are seeing. As we can see in this chart located below, from recent NCG articles, Bitcoin had started a move to the upside after an analyst indicator called Inverse Head and Shoulders played out. Soon after, the price began to stagnate. That was until today; Bitcoin seemed to drop down even further. No, it has NOT dropped below its recent low of $17,000 from a few months ago; but it has made some significant moves on a downward path. Bitcoin has seemed to have found the new low it wants to hang out at for now until the next big move occurs. Many crypto analysts think there will be another big push to the downside while the rest are on the sidelines waiting for the time to buy back in. Sometimes what happens on these fast downtrends is known as fake-outs. This is when the price is pushed in one direction to make it seem to keep going in that direction for quite some time; then, out of nowhere, the price reverts and starts going in the opposite direction very drastically. I have seen this happen time after time again. Overall, this is not financial advice and should only be used at your discretion as a trading tool if needed. I, myself, am anticipating some form of a fake-out and should see the price revert up. But this is crypto and an investment, so ANYTHING can happen.
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Written by: Matt Senn