Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC dips below $7000

The Bitcoin (BTC) price has slipped down 2.3% so far today to reach $6,875. But the main support levels are still holding. Following a run-up to reaching just over $7,100 yesterday Bitcoin is now cooling off. 

Bitcoin Price and Market Cap — TradingView
Bitcoin Price and Market Cap — TradingView
Bitcoin could find support at $6,500 

Trading indicators analytics show that the next major support level for Bitcoin on the daily chart is around the $6,500 mark. BTC bulls are currently trying to hold the price above the 100SMA and 50SMA trend lines. Should the Bitcoin price today close above these support levels at around $6950 or above, this would be a very bullish sign for Bitcoin in the mid to short term. Once the support level is confirmed BTC is much more likely to try and test the 200SMA currently at around $7,700. 

$7,700 BTC is still in play

But should the bears take control today and push BTC downwards to a close below the 100SMA and 50SMA support levels it is very likely that we will have to test the 21 SMA to find a support level at $6,500. 

Bitcoin Trading Chart — Bitcoin Price Analysis
Bitcoin Trading Chart — TradingView

A fifth test of the $6000 support is also not yet out of the question. On the bright side, our Bitcoin price analysis shows that BTC has very strong support at the critical $6000 level, holding this potential “bottom” four times this year. 

The Relative Strenght Index (RSI) indicator is still in the bullish zone at around 53, which also leaves BTC plenty of room for a potential pump to the $7,800 price mark. 

RSI BTC trading indicator
RSI BTC/USD trading indicator – Tradingview

The MACD has not yet indicated a bearish crossover but it is a good indicator to watch closely right now, in order to try and ascertain a potential move down.


MACD BTC/USD trading indicator — TradingView
MACD BTC/USD indicator — TradingView

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Disclaimer: This article is for information and entertainment purposes only and should never be construed as investment or trading advice. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can be extremely volatile and you should always do your due diligence and research on the topic, utility, product or service and legal and regulatory requirements before deciding to invest. We do not take any responsibility for possible losses you may incur.


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