After making 5 wave with ext 1 Look like price now in correction, first leg have broken below 24 trendline, look like it is 3 wave it may be flat correction if it can rejected trendline then break below that low 46500 of wave a it can go lower to wave 4 of previous impulse at 44000 Note: I have add some stupid adv count...
A big red candle today test trendline expecting it break 46500
Hey all, Been quiet for a while pulling down bangers instead of chasing clout & farming sweet likes for my T&A ;) (he says with a wink & a nod to the camera while doing that on twitter/youtube instead) Anyway -heres my meta-perspective of where were at in the $BTC Market -Im LONG into the SUCKERS RALLY - then flipping SHORT when I see signs of losing steam...
4 digits end goal and moonboys in tears
We are looking for a short target of $43,000 before bouncing off strong support. This is not the start of a bear market but rather a correction where lots of people took profits after hitting $50,000. The red line marks the downwards sell pressure. Bulls have staged some rallies but nothing managed to stick or clearly break through the red trendline. We are still...
Lines Great lines. The best lines youve ever seen.
Possible retest of the bottom of the uptrend channel from the two-week trend. Watch out for the zone marked in the price tag look for fib 0.5 (black zone) and fib 0.618 (orange zone) If we hodl they we can see upside trend continuation
22% Blow the ATH and lots of resistance levels to pass ..! IMO it can not be called a new bullish rally unless it closes above 64862..! Key resistance levels: Correction: Conclusion: 53600-54700 is a very important level for bitcoin!
Btc form 12345 on daily 4h and in last wave 5 that is what we have it could ext 5 or correction now
Weekly RSI on bitcoin is getting rejected by the resistance line and my push the price to the next support
11 Dec 2017 to March 2018: Bitcoin crashed 67% in 15 weeks, then had a 5 weeks +55% rally. April 12 to July 19, 2021: Bitcoin crashed 55% in 14 weeks, then had a 4 weeks 65% rally. History tends to repeat itself! Do you know what happened after April 2018??? Bitcoin went down another 68% in 32 weeks. What is going to...
BINANCE:BTCUSDT Targets : 63K BTC Cycle Top is Wave 3 of the MACRO BTC cycle 1.5 - 3 Year bear market 55K .718 retracement of entire bull run. 6.5K Bear Market bottom. This is a MACRO chart and has many wave configurations in between wave counts so please do not assume what I have laid out will result in immediate movements to those points noted. Using...
Breakthrough 52 thousand excellent other than this talk do not enter the market GOOD LUCCK
Stack shorts from here up until 44.5k SL in orange target 20k-19.8k Minimum LETS GO BEARS
wave 3 of 1 59k we have finished wave a b, c was a triple combo flat flat tringle we have finished wave 1,2 now we are in 3 all these wave are from wave 1 of 5
This is a review analysis to see how many bullish analysis I published between September 2020 and April 2021 on bitcoin, and compare it with Bearish analysis I published afterward! Each Green dot(triangle) means a Bullish analysis I published, and each red dot(triangle) means a Bearish analysis I published. It really is important to understand the shifts in trend..!
What Is a Death Cross? The death cross is a technical chart pattern indicating the potential for a major sell-off. The death cross appears on a chart when a stockâ€™s short-term moving average crosses below its long-term moving average. Typically, the most common moving averages used in this pattern are the 50-day and 200-day moving averages. What Does the Death...
Hey guys! 1PERCENT here. Its still hard to find a good trade so Im waiting this out for a clear direction I personally think the RR is better for the shorts right now and the bulls will have their chance once we reclaim the range high of January. The bears could start partying once bitcoin breaks the yellow trendline which will lead us to 36.4k. In the...
Find us at the office
Blotner- Kwas street no. 55, 39246 Canberra, Australia
Give us a ring
+78 715 483 676
Mon - Fri, 10:00-22:00