Investors seem to be losing interest in the cryptocurrency market, with the price movement of Bitcoin [BTC] slowly dying down to trade tightly within a set range. This has led to a generally neutral consensus on price in the mid-$6000s.
The 1-hour graph for Bitcoin shows that there is an uptrend at the $6210 – $6390 marks. This is contrasted by the downtrend at $6660 – $6410. There are resistances present at $6490 and $6660, with support levels at $6360 and $6145.
The price movement has largely been restricted to trade between the $6490 resistance and $6360 support level. The 20-period EMA is providing support at $6404.
The RSI shows that buying and selling pressure has equalized, and has recovered to the centre after a dip to the oversold zone.
The Klinger Volume Oscillator is demonstrating a bullish crossover on the oscillator, as seen by the recent upwards movement.
The long-term downtrend that has presented itself since May from $9810 – $6410 is still in power, with a short support uptrend presenting itself from $6180 – $6410. Resistances are present at the $6755 and $7360 marks. Support levels are present at $6145 and $5850, with the latter forming a floor for price movement since the drop in January.
This forms a descending triangle, with the pivot points also demonstrating that the price is moving downwards in the pattern.
The Relative Vigor Index is demonstrating a bullish crossover upwards with a very slight upwards movement.
The Stochastic RSI is tending towards the overbought mark, and might look to make a recovery in the downward direction.
The price is exhibiting similar characteristics as to what has been seen for the past month. While indicators are tending towards a bullish signal, market sentiment seems to have come to a dead halt. Resistances that can be tested are at $6490, $6660, and $6755 levels.
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