Bitcoin Price Still Waiting for External Factors to Define Its Current Accumulation Zone
Well bitcoin’s recent sideways movement finally jolted us out of our boredom — just not in the way most watchers really wanted. Whether it was exchange hacks or regulatory action, it showed the impact external news can have on BTC’s current value. Read this week’s technical bitcoin price analysis summary to get a better idea of where things could head next.
Bitcoin Price Technical Analysis
Long Term Analysis
After leaving behind a triangle formation, prices were still going sideways according to Fibonacci´s supports. Those stabilized values of the past few weeks would be waiting for an external factor before bullish consensus gears an upward trend to higher quotes.
Traditional supports define a bouncing zone between $6,000 and $4,500, but a downswing like last weekend’s could be dangerous unless some news or fundamental factor shows up and boosts the delayed uptrend over $9,000 and beyond.
Mid Term Analysis
If we focus on Mass Psychology Analysis, an accumulation phase could be in progress while the current lateral market develops around the $7,000 axe.
According to bitcoin’s last historic highs near $20,000, Fibonacci Fan Lines keep warming the idea that the same movement would prompt another wave up. Then, following Elliott´s Development Theory, objectives would be far beyond that mark, but reaching that stage depends on what’s going on in world political and economic planning.
Short Term Analysis
Japanese Candlestick Analysis’ “fairy stages” reflect a tumult at the current ~$7,000 level, where for Bullish Soldiers and Bearish Crows to prevail depends on which side receives reinforcements first.
The Tie situation could still continue for another week, if participants sustain their “wait and see” attitude. Mathematical indicators seem to be able to back an upward development, but volatility oscillators aren’t confirming such a movement just yet.
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