Bitcoin Price Weekly Analysis – Buy Near ¥2600?

Key Highlights

  • Bitcoin price surged higher this past week and briefly traded close to the ¥3000-3100 resistance area.
  • The price is currently correcting lower and approaching towards a major support trend line on the 4-hours chart (data feed from BTCChina).
  • Buying dips may be a good idea if the price trades near the ¥2600 support area.

Bitcoin price is following a nice bullish trend, and it looks like there are chances of more gains in the near term as long as the price is above 100 MA.

Buy Dips?

Bitcoin price rocketed higher this past week, and spiked above the ¥3000 resistance area against the Chinese Yuan. The price traded as high as ¥3100 where it found sellers for a downside move. There is a correction phase underway that may take the price lower towards a crucial bullish trend line on the 4-hours chart (data feed from BTCChina).

Bitcoin Price chartBitcoin Price chart



The most important point regarding the highlighted trend line is the fact that it is aligned with the 100 simple moving average. It suggests that there is a critical support area forming near ¥2600 and if the price moves lower from the current levels, then buyers could take a stand near the stated level.

If we look at the hourly chart with the data feed from Huobi, then there was a nasty decline from ¥3100 to ¥2650. The price already recovered to some extent, and settled back above the 100 hourly MA. On the upside, an initial resistance is near the 50% Fib retracement level of the last drop from the ¥3100 high to ¥2655 low.

Bitcoin Price chartBitcoin Price chart

Looking at the indicators:

4H MACD – The MACD is about to change the slope to bearish, suggesting buyers are under pressure.

4H RSI (Relative Strength Index) – The 4H RSI is just around the 50 level, which may hold the key for the next move in the short term.

Intraday Support Level – ¥2600

Intraday Resistance Level – ¥2890


Charts from BTCChina and Huobi; hosted by Trading View



mm – leading Bitcoin News source since 2012

Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest.