Bitcoin and the entire crypto market saw a sharp selloff overnight that came about rather unexpectedly.
Previously, Bitcoin was stable as it traded above $13,800, with bulls attempting to build a strong base of support at this level while targeting a move past $14,000.
Overnight, however, it faced a massive influx of selling pressure that caused its price to decline as low as $13,430.
One analytics firm noted in a recent tweet that a rally in the average Bitcoin investors’ profitability has placed the cryptocurrency in “overbought” territory.
This means that its selloff might just be getting started.
Bitcoin Faces $13,800 Rejection as Bears Regain Control
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading down just over 2% at its current price of $13,430. This is around the price at which it had been trading earlier in the week before the rally to $14,100.
These highs were only set for a brief moment before bears regained some control and forced it down towards $13,800.
Last night, it did face an intense influx of selling pressure that sent it reeling to the lower-$13,000 region – where it is now consolidating.
Analytics Firm: Investors’ Profitability Places BTC in “Overbought” Territory
They note that this, coupled with a high average profit amongst investors, indicates that further inflows of selling pressure are imminent.
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Where Bitcoin trends next will likely depend largely on whether these highly profitable investors begin taking money off the table.
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