Bitcoin Technical Analysis

recent regulatory attacks and the more hawkish repricing for the Fed interest
rates path weighed a lot on the Bitcoin price, but the cryptocurrency showed a
surprising resilience and rallied back strongly as soon as the hawkish
expectations waned, and the dust settled on the regulatory front. All else
being equal, the recent strong bounce from a key support level may also suggest
that we are about to see another extension to the upside, with a break of the
31K high being likely.

Bitcoin Technical Analysis
– Daily Timeframe

On the daily chart, we can see that the big divergence with the
eventually led to a sizeable pullback into the 25231 support where we
had also the 50% Fibonacci retracement level.
Since then, the price has rallied strongly into the trendline and yesterday
we got a breakout that led to a fast move upwards as more momentum buyers
jumped onboard. Now we can expect a pullback from the 28500 swing high level,
which from a risk management perspective would be better for the buyers.

Bitcoin Technical Analysis
– 4 hour Timeframe

On the 4 hour chart, we can see that we are
starting to get some long candlestick wicks as the sellers fight back and the
buyers take some profits off the table. A good support level where the buyers
can lean onto is the upward trendline. In fact, we can find confluence with the
50% or 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level, the red 21 moving average, a
previous swing point and possibly even the broken downward trendline that may
act as support now.

Bitcoin Technical Analysis
– 1 hour Timeframe

On the 1 hour chart, we can see more
closely the quick rally since the break of the downward trendline into the
29000 level. Here is where we should start to see the pullback and we can see
even better how strong the support at the trendline is with so many confluences
in one spot. Aggressive sellers may want to pile in as soon as the price breaks
below the 28500 level to target the trendline. More conservative sellers should
wait for the price to break below the upward trendline to target the 25200

Today, we have the Fed
Chair Powell’s Testimony to Congress and if he delivers very hawkish comments,
we can expect some selling in Bitcoin. Tomorrow we will see the US Jobless
Claims and on Friday we conclude with the US PMIs. If the data misses
expectations, we can expect more upside for Bitcoin, while if it beats, it
would put some pressure on the cryptocurrency.

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