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Analyst Warns Against a Bullish Bitcoin Bias After China Surge

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Updated by Max Moeller
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The Bitcoin price underwent a rapid increase on October 25. Measuring the rate of increase and time it took to transpire, it was the largest such increase since 2011 — when the volume in the markets was minimal.
Crypto Twitter has been on a bullish frenzy, with many calling for new highs — even an all-time high — to be reached. One trader, however, has not been convinced that the bulls have taken over. By using readings from the long-term time frame, @TraderX0X0 on Twitter raises several valid reasons why the Bitcoin outlook might still be bearish. https://twitter.com/TraderX0X0/status/1188979863010578439?s=19 The reasons have to do with the monthly level, presence of wicks, and the amount the price has decreased since the high. Let’s look at each of them closely and see if they provide an answer for the direction of the ensuing move.

Monthly Bitcoin Price Level

The monthly chart is characterized by five long upper wicks. Also, the current monthly candle comes after three bearish candles in a row. Judging by its height, it does not seem significant enough to indicate a reversal. However, the price has found support and bounced at the very significant $8000 support level. Therefore, while the amount of the increase is not significant enough to confirm the reversal, it is transpiring at an important support level. BTC Monthly

Rejection Wicks

The daily level has created a very long upper wick once it reached $10,400 inside a minor resistance area. Measuring from the high of the wick, the current Bitcoin price is roughly 10 percent lower than this. The amount and swiftness of the decrease is a sign that the previous upward move could not be sustained. BTC Decrease

Previous BTC Price Rally

In the short-term, we can see that an increase of 40 percent occurred within 16 hours. The increase was rapid while lacking a trading structure. If we attempt to draw a support line since the beginning of the move, we can see that it was eventually broken on October 28. BTC short-term

Summary

The recent Bitcoin upward move could have very well been the beginning of a new upward trend. However, due to the bearish outlook of short-term time-frames, a retracement could occur before BTC resumes its upward movement.
Disclaimer: This article is not trading advice and should not be construed as such. Always consult a trained financial professional before investing in cryptocurrencies, as the market is particularly volatile.
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Valdrin Tahiri
Valdrin discovered cryptocurrencies while he was getting his MSc in Financial Markets from the Barcelona School of Economics. Shortly after graduating, he began writing for several different cryptocurrency related websites as a freelancer before eventually taking on the role of BeInCrypto's Senior Analyst. (I do not have a discord and will not contact you first there. Beware of scammers)
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