Over the last 32 weeks, Bitcoin’s price has seen TD sequential patterns made up of nines.
In the last 32 weeks, Bitcoin’s trajectory exhibited a nine- week decline, followed by an 18-week rally, peaking with the January 10 approval of a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). Upon the news of the ETF approval BTC experienced a 20% correction over three weeks. However, Bitcoin bounced back, recovering from the 20% correction. Now, Bitcoin is signaling a bullish momentum trend with a two count above a one in the weekly time period TD Sequential, hinting at new uptrend.
The monthly chart shows Bitcoin is currently on a five count, above a four, suggesting a continuing uptrend of potentially four more months. The latest Heikin Ashi candle is substantial with a large body, indicative of strong buying pressure. Notably, there is no wick at the bottom and a wick at the top. This indication demonstrates the strength of the current upward movement. The 20-period monthly Moving Average (MA) stands at $32,000, which Bitcoin is well above. Perhaps more notably, BTC is not expected to go below the monthly 20 period moving average.
On the weekly chart, Bitcoin is on a two count above a one, indicating the early stages of a bullish setup. It seems likely that there will be seven more weeks of upward movement. The strong Heikin Ashi candle with a large body and no lower wick corroborates the continuation of the uptrend. The 20-period MA is at $39,600, and Bitcoin’s price above this average further supports the bullish sentiment.
The daily chart presents a six count above a five. The pattern suggests the potential for continued upward movement for another three days before hitting a possible top. The Heikin Ashi candle is strong, and the 20-period MA is at $44,400, which may serve as dynamic support in this bullish phase.
The TD Sequential is a technical indicator used to identify potential price points where an asset’s price movement is exhausted and likely to reverse. It is a sequence-based indicator, primarily developed by market timing expert Tom DeMark.
The indicator counts up (for sell setups) or down (for buy setups) to nine , which typically signifies exhaustion of a trend. Historically, the occurrence of nines suggests that the trend has been strong for a significant period, and the market may be due for a correction or reversal when approaching a nine in either direction.
Heikin Ashi candles are a variant of the traditional Japanese candlesticks. They differ in that each candle is calculated and plotted using information from the previous candle. This, in turn, results in a smoother picture.
Specifically, Heikin Ashi candles use average price data to reduce market noise and are particularly useful in identifying strong trends. A large-bodied Heikin Ashi candle with no lower wick and an upper wick indicates strong buying pressure and continuation of the uptrend.
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