The market has been fairly silent the past few days and we have seen some consolidation happen for most top cryptocurrencies with the exception of BNB. Bitcoin has now pretty much confirmed an equilibrium pattern. An equilibrium pattern occurs when an asset forms a lower high and a higher low compared to the previous ones.
Considering the overall state of the market, it is fair to assume bitcoin will most likely break bullish from this pattern. Notice how the last lower high is really close to the high and the low is really far away. It’s also important to notice that the RSI has cooled off a bit and it is now below the overbought zone. If Bitcoin were to break bullish it would be quite a huge break considering how close both high and higher low are from each other. Bulls would have enough momentum to break both resistances with ease. Furthermore the monthly resistance is also extremely close at $8491, only $100~ away from the high.
As we mentioned above, Bitcoin would have enough momentum and would break all 3 resistances pretty much at once, the follow through afterwards would be huge. Tons of shorts would be liquidated and we would probably touch $10000 in the next few days.
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