Bitcoin Price Weekly Analysis – Top Created Near ¥3100?

Key Highlights

  • In one of the previous week’s analysis I suggested that buying favored in Bitcoin price near ¥2600. The idea played well as the price bounced and traded higher
  • However, as stated earlier the ¥3100 resistance area holds the key, and currently stalling more gains.
  • Buyers need to be very careful moving ahead, as a break below a major support trend line on the 4-hours chart (data feed from BTCChina) may call for a correction.

Bitcoin price gained heavily this past week, but it looks like a short-term top is created near ¥3100, and there is a chance of a down move during the upcoming week.

Sell with a Break?

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Bitcoin price continued to trade higher this past week against the Chinese Yuan, but it looks like there is a major resistance forming near ¥3100. So, buyers should not rush chasing the price higher, as there is a chance of a break lower. There is a major bullish trend line formed on the 4-hours chart (data feed from BTCChina), which is currently acting as a hurdle for sellers. However, the price is losing momentum, which is an early indicator that it may break down.

A break below the trend line and support area may start a bearish move and take the price lower. In this situation, the price could head towards the 100 simple moving average on the 4-hours chart.

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When we analyze the hourly chart with the data feed from Huobi, then there is another support trend line formed. It looks like the price may break it and trade towards the 38.2% fib retracement level of the last wave from the ¥2870 low to ¥3100 high.

Looking at the indicators:

4H MACD – The MACD is under convergence, and it would be interesting to see if there is a rise in buyer’s sentiment.

4H RSI (Relative Strength Index) – The 4H RSI is above the 50 level with no signs of weakness.

Intraday Support Level – ¥3000

Intraday Resistance Level – ¥3100


Charts from BTCChina and Huobi; hosted by Trading View


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