Over the last 24 hours the BTC price has made a significant move. It broke through the resistance level of around $47,300 that has been in place since December. Staying above this key level could signal continued bullish momentum. This could, in turn, set the stage for a sustained upward trajectory in the price of Bitcoin.
The daily Relative Strength Index (RSI) for Bitcoin has been on a downtrend, marked by progressively lower highs, illustrated as circles in the chart below, since reaching the overbought threshold of 88 in October last year, coinciding with Bitcoin’s price peak at $35,000.
Currently, the RSI stands at 62, having just breached the four to five month RSI downward trend. A breakout from the daily RSI descending pattern is often considered a bullish indicator that could preempt a price increase or a consolidation phase before a significant price rally.
In order to predict a future move, one may look at the past to see what happened. As we can see in the Bitcoin chart above, which overlays the RSI to the real-time BTC chart, a breakout would align with three precedents. In these cases, similar RSI shifts came before sideways price movements before a robust upward trend.
This current shift in RSI movement hints at a possible return of bullish momentum, as seen in the daily charts.
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