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Bitcoin Needs to Be Watched Closely Now

Last Updated March 4, 2021 4:54 PM
Jim Fredrickson
Last Updated March 4, 2021 4:54 PM

Bitcoin continues to show strength as it is relentlessly advancing through each and every resistance it encounters.  I find myself in a quandary.  It is becoming increasingly clear that the macro vision I had in the past few weeks, of Bitcoin testing it’s recent lows, and from there beginning a stunning advance to ridiculous new highs, was wrong.  I am starting to grasp that it is more likely that the recent lows will not be tested.

The daily chart has broken through the 2nd arc. Barring a stunning reversal before tomorrow morning, the daily chart will give a clear buy signal tomorrow.

Meanwhile, the 4 hour chart has closed above resistance, again.  It has even poked it’s head above a novice resistance line drawn from the last 2 swing highs.

There is a 5th arc at ~ $1100  on the 4 hour chart, which could be a stopper, but that resistance is not readily apparent on the daily chart.  My reticence to be a short-term bull is starting to feel like I am being victimized by preconceptions not endorsed by recent chart signals.

So, I am looking anew at the charts.  As I have stated in the past, 2/19-2/21 is an energy point in time for bitcoin.  As I have stated, I had thought a low would be seen in that time frame.  Recently, it seemed more likely there would be a top in that time frame.  Well, 2/19 is tomorrow.  I see little compelling reason to think that a top will be reached tomorrow or the next day on the daily chart. There, the strong resistance is seen ~ $1200. (If $1200 is reached by 2/21, it will likely be a top.)

The weekly chart is showing a warning however:

As you can see, the last advance was stopped by the 2nd arc of the 3rd pair.  Pricetime will hit that same arc again at ~ $1074.  I suspect price will get through it this time.   We will see…


Happy trading!


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