Long-term Bitcoin analysis using a logarithmic scale. As shown, Bitcoin remains in the long term trend lines set by the top and bottom of the 2014 bear market, if Bitcoin is to remain in these trend lines, it needs to start making an upwards move in early 2019. I have also drawn a few curves that Bitcoin could follow if it is to fall below the trend line.
My first ...
In short, looks like bottom is in (white lines), bullish reversal from lower lows to higher lows (green lines), still stuck under descending trend-line (red line).
BTC still needs to make higher highs, a break above descending trend-line could lead to this.
A clear break above descending trend line would indicate a potential re-test of May highs ($800) where strong resistance sits at around $600 and $700 respectively. If we fail to break descending trend line, will be looking to head towards longer term support from April lows around $380.
10k by july:
Green bar shows strongest long term support, I don't think we will break below it but I could be wrong. Strongest resistance shown in red, over the last 4 months they have been hardest to break. The white lines indicate in theory how early/late we could breakout to still reach 10k based on the move from long term support to 10k in early-mid April. It ...
BCH not looking likely to break trend from recent high and facing key resistance at .154. Fast descending trend line was broken at .124 where we bounced off of strong support. However, I suspect that we stay under the downwards trend and head towards support at the bottom of the channel, likely retesting .124 again.
BTC pennant from ATH is coming to a close and is looking to make some big moves. Break above descending trend line could lead to a breakout potentially pushing new highs but a failure to break downward trends could lead to lower-lows.