Bitcoin Price Up: Breaks $400

October 14, 2014 08:45 UTC

Following ten months of downtrend and a decline low of $275 the price of Bitcoin is back above $400 and advancing steadily. CCN has been following the decline on a daily basis and our analysis called the bottom at $275 last Sunday. Be sure to stay tuned to CCN for blow-by-blow Bitcoin price analysis and daily target updates.

The Bitcoin price’s return above $400 is a sign that traders are confident in Bitcoin again.

The advance from $275 looked like it would inevitably turn down – as it had on so many previous occasions during the decline.

However, last night price touch the critical $400 level in the Bitstamp chart, retreated for a run-up and finally broke through the $400 price level midway through the Asian trading session.

Bitcoin on the up and up. Price advanced $100 in 4 days and now above the important $400 barrier.

Positive sentiment toward Bitcoin is increasing as evidenced by the popularity of the recently released film “The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin“, which is currently the #3 documentary on iTunes.

At the time of publication Bitcoin is trading around the $400 price level and looks set to continue higher once it has completed a small degree correction.

The Google Trends chart on the right shows Bitcoin search interest increasing after a slump during the past months of decline. Public and corporate interest is on the rise again, and in the past there has been a direct correlation between search interest in Bitcoin and price increase. The graph says Bitcoin is going higher from here on out!

Be sure to get Bitcoin price updates in CCN’s daily analysis articles.

Also read: Bitcoin Price and IMF: Banks Should Manage Perceptions


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The writer holds a small amount of bitcoins. Take care when trading a volatile market like the Bitcoin price. CCN accepts no liability whatsoever for losses incurred as a result of anything written in this Bitcoin price analysis report.

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Last modified: October 14, 2014 15:14 UTC

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