Crypto markets fell again after Bitcoin’s (BTC) price fell to $ 47,500 on December 9, but most analysts agree that the price will be in the range of $ 40,000 to $ 55,000 by the end of the holiday season US dollars will stay.
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView show that the morning’s defense of the $ 50,000 support level has been overwhelmed by sellers and offers at the underlying support levels don’t instill much confidence in the bulls, according to independent market analyst Ben Lilly.
Low supply pressure, return to neutral financing. This is gradually reminiscent of the price action we saw earlier this year when the price bleed below $ 30,000.
– Ben Lilly (@MrBenLilly) December 9, 2021
Low supply pressure, return to neutral financing. This is beginning to remind us of the price movement we saw earlier this year when the price was bleeding below $ 30,000.
Here’s a look at what analysts and traders are saying about recent price action, and whether BTC’s current downward movement is a sign that a bear market is brewing.
Bulls are targeting $ 47,000 support
The analyst and pseudonymous Twitter user “Rekt Capital” reported the weekly price movement that publicly The chart below outlines the support and resistance levels currently relevant to BTC price movement.
Rekt Capital said:
“BTC threatens to lose this red support, but a breakdown has not been confirmed. Below the red zone is the orange zone, strong support that ended two -25% corrections in February and September. In general, red has to hold in order not to fall to orange. Hold on here until further notice. “
Full-time trader and Cointelegraph employee Michaël van de Poppe also keeps an eye out for price movements around these important support levels and publicly The graph below outlines the make it or break support level at the USD 40,000 lows.
“One important area to preserve is the region, which we already touched for $ 42,000. The closing price was over $ 46,000 to $ 47,000 and I’d rather not lose that. “
The formation of the pennant indicates a possible rebound
Analyst and pseudonymous Twitter user “TechDev” provided a more detailed analysis of BTC’s weekly price movement, posting the following tweet describing the formation of pennants on the Bitcoin chart, which was recently followed by bullish breakouts.
Still watching this #BTC weekly pennant campaign.
The most optimistic moves often come from testing cancellation points.
Nobody said it was easy. pic.twitter.com/AtYfYr8Ojb
– TechDev (@ TechDev_52) December 9, 2021
I continue to watch BTC’s weekly pennant action.
The most bullish moves usually come from test points for invalidation.
Nobody said it was easy.
As TechDev said at the end of his tweet, no one said it was easy to make money and hold onto the long-term prospects for BTC faces. currently.
The Bitcoin price action is similar to the 2017 market
The cryptocurrency trader and pseudonymous Twitter user ‘Nunya Bizniz’ gave some final information, releasing the following chart, which compares the price development of BTC during the bull market cycle of 2017 with the current chart and indicates a possible breakout that is imminent for Bitcoin in the near future Future.
Nunya Bizniz said:
“The price action of a previous ATH that was most similar to the current one was in 2017. Maybe?”
While it remains to be seen what will happen to the price of Bitcoin in the near future, it seems that the few predictions of $ 100,000 for late 2021 are falling short and may not materialize until 2022, if at all.
The global market capitalization of cryptocurrencies is now $ 2.25 trillion and Bitcoin’s dominance index is 40.1%.
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