Slow Bitcoin price action is making neither new highs nor new lows. The BTC-e chart has been plotting a low volatility course near $227 for a few days. At $228.75 price had retraced 38.2% (a Fibonacci ratio) of the recent third wave of decline. The…
Slow Bitcoin price action is making neither new highs nor new lows. The BTC-e chart has been plotting a low volatility course near $227 for a few days. At $228.75 price had retraced 38.2% (a Fibonacci ratio) of the recent third wave of decline. The other exchanges have been more animated but are not plotting advance.
From the analysis pages of xbt.social, earlier today:
At the time of writing, price is pushing higher across the exchanges. In favor of additional advance is the fact that price is now above both the 20MA and 200MA and that the 200MA is ascending. Opposing advance, the indicators are approaching the upper end of their ranges with both MACD and RSI touching their upper Bollinger Bands and the stochastics grouping at 100 – overbought territory.
The slow pace of price action means we might have to wait until the weekend for a decisive move to happen in the chart.
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All but one of the participants in the leaderboard are now holding trade positions. Siexpert keeps the lead and kaymuddin has made good progress to second place with a long position, no doubt.
Winner and Fijibound are both in the rankings with the former holding BTC while awaiting direction. Let’s hope Friday’s futures expiry generates some chart movement, else the weekend may provide the trade that allows the field to compete.
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For now, price is slowly making headway in what looks to be corrective wave 4. Meanwhile, analyses popping up at TradingView and elsewhere are projecting sub-$200 targets. We cannot be sure where the low will be found, and ongoing discussion regarding the downside targets have made mention of $195 and $180. Regardless, it only makes sense to start considering sub-$200 targets after $200 has been breached, and for $200 to come into focus, two support floors at $215 and then $210 need to be challenged.
The Bitstamp orderbook depth is an inverse picture of the Bitfinex orderbook where buying support is strong below price.
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Last modified: January 25, 2020 11:05 PM UTC