Bitcoin bounced back from 4945.54, but not out of the woods yet

April 17, 2019 7:09 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

In my previous and somewhat overly dramatic post I saw Bitcoin tumble down and through from $5100. If anything, I hope you closed your buys back then.

It seems that for the time being the low of $4945,54 is holding. But we’re not out of the woods yet. The mini flash-crash may have scared a few newbies away, but I’m sure there will be an even stronger downward move in the near future.

Why do I think that? Well for starters, everyone’s way too confident about Bitcoin going to the moon. This is a good indicator that something’s brewing.

Google’s searches for Bitcoin have increased recently and it too is a good indicator to look out for. It shows that the mainstream investor is getting more confident. And who doesn’t love dumping it all on the new guy?

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This is a Daily with 1H candles. When I look at it I see that we’ve bounced back really good. And to be honest I kind of pulled that $4500 out of my ass in the other post anyway.

Still, with MACD crossing down on the 6 Months Daily and Relative Strength Index showing overbought conditions throughout the various time frames, I can’t help but wonder when the next little crash is going to happen.

Looks like $5218,15 resistance held and is now acting as support towards $5256,14. Also I have no idea why I am even bothering with such precision. Bitcoin is known to jump $1k in half an hour…

In the short term we are bound to test $5121-$5156 again. And if broken, $4895 is definitely not out of the question.

On the other hand if $5121-$5156 holds it may pave the way towards $5416 and higher. In the long term I can see $8k a very real option, but it’s way more likely that we will revisit the higher end of 4k once more before that happens.

There’s actually a really interesting Fibonacci support around $4300 to look out for as well (on the longer time frames). We might just go and try to test it within a few months.

Anyway, In my mind anything below $5k is a good entry point towards $8k and higher.


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