- Bitcoin price upward momentum fails to break the critical resistance a $7,000.
- BTC/USD sharp V-shaped reversal from recent lows under $4,000 seems unsustainable amid increased bearish grip.
Spot rate: $6,699
Relative change: 9.48
Percentage change: 0.15%
BTC/USD daily chart
Bitcoin price is vulnerable to losses likely to test $5,000 as long as it stays under the critical $7,000 zone. According to an analyst on Twitter, MacroCRG, the sharp V-shaped recovery from the recent fall under $4,000 is not sustainable. In his view, Bitcoin could make a downturn back to $5,000 before a formidable recovery is achieved.
If we do get a pop into the yearly open I think it would an absolute screaming short.
This V-shaped reversal is absolutely not sustainable, IMO.#BTC pic.twitter.com/ECbHER9Weo
— Cal▪️ (@MacroCRG) March 26, 2020
The building bearish momentum is emphasized by the 50-day SMA double-cross under the 200-day SMA. This shows that seller influence over the price is growing. Moreover, market volatility is still high amid the chaos caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. I expect fresh interest in BTC at a lower price between $5,000 and $6,000 as investors buy low in readiness for a rally post Bitcoin halving.
Resistance one: $6,832 – Highlighted by the previous high 1-hour, Bollinger Band 15-minutes upper curve and the 61.8% Fibonacci one-day.
Resistance two: $6,972 – Highlighted by the previous week high and the pivot point one-day resistance one.
Support one: $6,692 – Highlighted by the BB 15-mins lower, SMA 200 15-mins, SMA 50 1-hour and the previous low 4-hour.
Support two: $6,482 – Highlighted by the BB 4-hour middle curve and the previous low one-day.