The bitcoin price movement had been slow since the downtrend yesterday. It appears that the cryptocurrency has managed to stay out of the fourth possible crash at the hands of a head and shoulder pattern, but danger still persists.
However, the cryptocurrency is in a rather stale position since the strong support found at the $9500 mark is helping the Bitcoin price stay afloat, but on the other hand, the cryptocurrency is also not working as good as it should be to push pas the $10,000 psychological barrier.
Bitcoin price stood at the $9,617 mark at the time of writing, while the cryptocurrency has hit the $9,500 mark once during the past 24-hours. BTC has been down by almost three (2.92) percent in the past 24-hours, Coin Market Cap reported.
Bitcoin price movement: What to expect?
The cryptocurrency analysis firm on Trading View, Trading Shot, explains that the king of cryptocurrency has displayed a 51 – 49 percent bull cycle. It appears that despite everything, there is a limited number of days of price action in sight.
As per the Trading Shot analysis, there are only 600 days of bullish trend remaining for the king of cryptocurrency, and they must just be enough for some to make a fortune.
On the other hand, the famed Trading View analyst Moiseiev Yurii was of the view that the cryptocurrency despite facing a rough time is primed for another high given the rising channel, a prediction that didn’t play out to trader’s favor.
Similarly, another trading analyst Amir Shahanfar explains that the ABC formation is showing a further decline in the BTC price to the $9,200 to $9,040 range.
If the action plays out, Bitcoin BTC price would be facing another drop, while the existence of a possible head and shoulder pattern is explaining the same thing only in a different pattern. Caution is advised to keep your investments secure.
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