Bitcoin Technical Analysis: BTC Triangle Breakdown Opens The Pandora Box, Where Does this Go?

By John Isige
Published September 25, 2019 Updated September 25, 2019
Best Buy In

Exchanges

Sportsbook

Wallet

BTC/USD price chart
BTC/USD price chart by Tradingview

Bitcoin Technical Analysis: BTC Triangle Breakdown Opens The Pandora Box, Where Does this Go?

By John Isige
Published September 25, 2019 Updated September 25, 2019
  • Bitcoin is just at the beginning of a treacherous dive to $4,000 or lower according to Peter Schiff.
  • Bitcoin recovery tested $8,800 but succumbed to more losses currently risking $8,200 support.

Twice in a period of seven days, Bitcoin price tested $9,300. The initial drop ensued after a failed breakout attempt at $10,400. The second attempt revisited the region after $10,000 support failed to hold. The jaw-dropping plunge yesterday saw Bitcoin dive more than $1,500 in the afternoon of the American session. This marked the prediction I made in yesterday’s analysis correct. However, the plunge not only exceeded my expectations but also those of other analysts.

advertisement

Bitcoin price is currently trading at $8,313 after a recovery staged towards $9,000 hit a dead-end at $8,800. The bears have taken advantage of the dilapidated technical climate to thrust Bitcoin to the intraday lows of $8,223 (on Coinbase).

BTC/USD 4-hour chart

BTC/USD price chart
BTC/USD price chart by Tradingview

The current technical picture as observed with the moving average convergence divergence (MACD). The signal is not just strongly negative; the wide divergence is encouraging sellers to bet more on Bitcoin dropping to levels under $8,000. Besides, Bitcoin ‘haters’ like Peter Schiff reckon that this is just the beginning of a treacherous journey to $4,000 or even lower.

Consequently, BTC/USD is trading way below the moving averages. The widening gap between the 50 MA on the four-hour chart below the 100 MA paints a picture of a bearish momentum likely to last a significant while.

Daring to glance upwards, the first hurdle Bitcoin will face is $8,400. Trading above this level could allow for gains towards $8,800. However, the return above $9,000 will depend on the momentum Bitcoin will have on breaking $8,800 level.

Bitcoin Key Technical Levels

Spot rate: $8,348

Relative change: -201

Percentage change (daily): -2.34%

Open: $8,533

High: $8,744

Low: $8,223

Trend: Strongly bearish

Volatility: Shrinking

advertisement
Disclaimer
The presented content may include the personal opinion of the author and is subject to market condition. Do your market research before investing in cryptocurrencies. The author or the publication does not hold any responsibility for your personal financial loss.
About Author
John Isige
1116 Articles
John is a talented writer with over two years of experience actively contributing to the cryptocurrency industry by providing credible, interesting and easy to read the content. His main focus is on cryptocurrency price analysis and industry news coverage. Lets follow him on Twitter at @jjisige

Loading Next Story