Bitcoin Closing Above $10,450 Region Could Trigger a Notable Recovery: Here’s Why
Bitcoin has flirted with a recovery ever since it hit $9,800 late last week. The leading cryptocurrency currently trades at $10,250, but traded at both $9,900 and $10,400 over the past few days.
A crypto analyst believes that the cryptocurrency closing above $10,450 could trigger a recovery to $11,200. $11,200 is 9.2% above the current price and 7.1% above the validation point of this bullish theory.
Chart of BTC's price action over the past few weeks with an analysis by crypto trader Inmortal Technique (@inmortalcrypto on Twitter). Chart from TradingView.com
This trader isn’t the first to have assigned importance to the resistance in the $10,450 region.
As reported by Bitcoinist previously, a historically accurate analyst thinks that Bitcoin moving above $10,500 could trigger a textbook Wyckoff Accumulation pattern. That pattern, should it play out, will take BTC back into the $11,000-12,000 range as the above analyst also suggested.
Chart of BTC's price action over the past few weeks with an analysis by crypto trader Il Capo of Crypto (@CryptoCapo_ on Twitter). Chart from TradingView.com
Macro Trends Still Favoring BTC Growth
Analysts still think that macroeconomic trends favor Bitcoin’s growth in the longer run.
Mike McGlone, a senior commodity analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, recently wrote on the matter of BTC’s price action:
Others have echoed this sentiment. For one, Mike Novogratz of Galaxy Digital said earlier this year that the liquidity injections that central banks are doing are driving capital and attention to gold and BTC.
If these macro trends will be enough to stop a further decline in the Bitcoin price in the short term, though, remains to be seen.
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