After trying to retain the position above $4,000, Bitcoin seems to be stuck. What to expect from BTC during the following weeks? What’s the best time to invest in Bitcoin? Let’s try to figure it out with tradingview users: they will provide their BTC price predictions and opinions about investment strategies.
Bitcoin has to break another resistance
Bitcoin price chart from DianKemala
This BTC price chart clearly explains the influence of the Fibonacci level on its price. Traders saw a big bearish candle 2 days ago, but bears stopped at $3,936 and started performing a sideways consolidation pattern.
Bitcoin failed to break the Fibonacci resistance zone (4004 – 3986), which isn’t a bullish sign, but we have another resistance above at $4,038. If Bitcoin is able to break up this resistance, the bullish period will continue. The important support before the bearish period is around $3,936. If this support breaks down, expect a bearish target at $3,860, or maximum at $3,780.
Will BTC get back to $3,600?
Bitcoin price chart from MarcPMarkets
We are watching the BTC market trying to overcome 4K resistance level with varying success. According to MarcPMarkets, the current BTC trading environment does not offer an attractive reward/risk for putting any new money to work.
All risks should be properly assessed. The low 4K area is still the range resistance, while the lower 3K area is the range support. In the green box, you can view the potential reward, while the red box represents the potential risk. Why would we put on any new swing trades at range highs when chances are the price is more likely to test much lower levels in the short term?
Candlesticks or RSI are not the only signals of upcoming BTC fall. The fact that price is beginning to show signs of structural weakness confirms our reasoning that staying out of any new swing trades near the range highs is the best choice for now. Support levels begin around the high 3600s and continue through to the 3450 levels. That might be the ideal time for investments.
Although supply may be slowly removed from the market, it will take some time before the effects play out. So we will continue to wait for two particular scenarios: 1) price retraces toward the lower part of the range for a reversal to go long; or 2) price breaks beyond 4150 and provides a momentum continuation pattern for a long.
BTC is ready for capitulation
Bitcoin price chart from DataPatron
During several months Bitcoin was consolidating in a tight range between $3,300 and $4,400. Now it seems to be completing sideways mission, and long term volatility promises a serious movement that’s around the corner.
I am almost sure another red leg symmetrical to the previous one (from 6 to 3k) is before us.
All in all, Bitcoin is in a broader recovery over the long term, but the short term is just not in a position that offers attractive reward/risk. Consider an investment in BTC, if it hits the $3,600-3,700 bottom line in a few weeks.
BTC/USD price chart on TradingView
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