Bitcoin (BTC) Price: Bullish Chart Pattern Forming
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Bitcoin (BTC): News, Price, Chart and Technical Analysis
- Channel break will lead to a fresh attempt at $7,404.
- A bullish break by Bitcoin will drag the whole market higher.
Bitcoin (BTC) Looking to Rally Further
The cryptocurrency market continues to push back from recent lows and recent price action is building a short-term bullish case for market heavyweight Bitcoin (BTC). We have discussed recently at our weekly cryptocurrency webinars about the how the downtrends have kept a lid on prices. This is now changing with recent upside breaks by Ripple (XRP),Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Litecoin (LTC) already seen.
A look at the daily Bitcoin chart shows the recent downtrend under threat with four higher lows pushing BTC back above the 20- and 50-day moving averages and towards the downtend currently around $6,900. A break and close above here would suggest a move higher to the last lower high at $7404 and confirm that this years bear market is nearing an end. A rejection of this level would leave Bitcoin range bound and waiting for a new bullish confirmation.
A break higher by Bitcoin will also drag the rest of the market along with it as the coin continues its market dominance. BTC has a market capitalization of $117 billion+ and a market dominance of nearly 52%.
The latest BTC daily chart shows why traders should look at buying higher lows and why this matters – Buy the Higher Low and Sell the Lower High
Bitcoin (BTC) Daily Price Chart (January – September 28, 2018)
Cryptocurrency Trader Resources
If you are interested in trading Bitcoin with our Introduction to Bitcoin Trading Guide.
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--- Written by Nick Cawley, Analyst.
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