Bull Scare? Analyst Warns Of Downward Action After Bitcoin Price Fails To Hit $9,600

Bitcoin Price Down

Bitcoin was violently rejected today at the $9,600 position. This as bulls looked to break this long term resistance and continue for a second week running their incredible market dominance. The rejection means a Bitcoin price pullback in the short term. But one that the bulls will need to be wary of as a top analyst has been a warning.

Long Squeeze To The Downside

Jacob Canfield, a top Bitcoin analyst and guest trader on Forbes and CNBC has warned that investors could see a pretty big long squeeze to the downside. This he explains comes following prolonged positive funding. This in layman terms means that Bitcoin could be overbought. At its current position, key supports have to hold following rejection above $9,500 or risk spiraling downwards.

One Twitter user who was keen to respond to Canfield suggested that the prolonged positive funding could be in anticipation of the halving.

The eagerly awaited halving is expected in about three months and in anticipation, investors will stack up. This is true and is expected to ensure that Bitcoin has solid support given demand will remain high. However, this might not protect it in the short term but rather in the midterm and longterm.

Whales In Action

It is also important to note that during the day, Bitcoin whales have been busy. Whale Alert, a Twitter account that tracks big transactions on crypto exchanges has today identified a couple of big transactions. This suggests that something is about to happen to prices, either up or down.

For many of the transactions, Bitcoin seemed to be moving out of exchanges and into private wallets which is positive. This means that they are getting ready to hold. The vice versa usually means that they are about to dump.

Bitcoin Price Update

Since BTC was rejected at $9,600, the digital asset has been going downwards. It has lost over 1.5% from the same time yesterday and dropped to the $9,200 price range. Are the bulls scared? The bulls will look to protect Bitcoin from falling below its high support of $9,200. if this support is breached, Bitcoin price risks falling below $9K.

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