Bitcoin (BTC) Price Prediction – October 3
c especially if the pennant pattern support is broken.
BTC/USD Long-term Trend: Bullish (Daily Chart)
Resistance Levels: $11,200, $11,400, $11,600
Support Levels: $9,900, $9,700, $9,500
At the time of writing, BTC/USD is hovering at $10,592. There have been instances when BTC has exchanged hands below $10,500 sustaining the bearish price action is a downhill task. As it stands now, the path of least resistance is still downwards. A glance at the daily chart shows the formation of a bearish pennant pattern.
Where is BTC Price Going Next?
Looking at the technical indicator RSI (14) in the daily range, BTC/USD is not done with the downside. Despite the drop suffered, the RSI (14) is not yet oversold. This means that there is still room that could be explored by the bears. Moreover, the coin may continue to follow the downtrend in as much as the price remains below the 9-day and 21-day moving averages.
On the upside, recovery may not come easy. First, support will have to be sort for above the moving averages. Meanwhile, a sustainable move above this barrier is located around the $10,800, which may negate the bearish scenario and allow for an extended recovery towards the resistance levels at $11,200, $11,400, and $11,600. However, an increase in selling pressure across the market could force the Bitcoin price towards a painful path and through various tentative supports at $9,900, $9,700, and $9,500.
BTC/USD Medium-Term Trend: Ranging (4H Chart)
Looking at the 4-hour chart, the Bitcoin bulls have not been able to push the market price above the moving averages. BTC/USD has survived the $10,000 support as the market resumes upside momentum. The king coin is likely to return to the bull market if price breaks above the $10,700 level. Higher resistance is located at the $10,800 and above.
However, if the pennant support caves in, even $10,500 may not be able to hold the support as the RSI (14). More so, the coin is likely to fall to $10,300 and below if the price falls below the 9-day moving average.