Bitcoin has been moving sideways and refuses to test any support/resistance levels in the last couple of days, since the last test of support at 6400. The previous Rogue Wave pivot did attain the 6800 mark, and gave a hard bounce as soon as it was achieved. Now looking at a slow sort of retrace, BTC currently trades at 6585 as it drops slightly below the MA(moving average) line. The previous day or so price range has been about 150 points, and there has been much indecision as shown by multiple doji’s or candles within said range.
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The daily chart does continue to grow and MACD shown momentum continuously upward, however the struggle at 6800 has yet to be re-visited which should be the final test for the uptrend to continue. Keep in mind that the longer-term uptrend must break 8k(currently) to have standing as a long-term trend reversal. The overall trend is still down, and in the current bear market, tight stops and unusual volatility at odd times are the name of the game. This is why you must be aware of support and resistance levels constantly during this period.
Support and Resistance currently stands firm at 6k/6400/6800/7200.
The tech specs also show some struggle and indecision as stochastic on the 4 hour scale shown is moving sideways, and as the “5-wave” form is almost clear cut, expect support to once again be tested.
MACD is negative(barely) but mostly flat at the moment, which should not be used as a gauge for the market in indecisive times.
With little movement and likelihood of support re-test, BTC is currently a No Play.
Upside breakout buys should be placed at no less than 6660.
Futures Traders – trade the trend. The short-term trend is sideways. No trade. Confirm the trend first, and until then practice capital conservation.