|Day's range||68.45 - 72.79|
|52-week range||0.43 - 421.13|
|Volume (24 hrs)||15.34M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||61.46M|
Bitcoin markets rallied a bit during the trading session on Tuesday, reaching to higher level yet again. I think that short-term pullbacks continue to be a buying opportunity, as it looks like we are reaching towards the highs that we have seen lately.
Bitcoin went sideways during the trading session on Monday, essentially hanging about where we started. I believe that the market will continue to show a bit of a base building opportunity, and I think that the market should continue to have value underneath and of course by extension, support.
Bitcoin markets pulled back a bit during the week initially but found enough support underneath to turn around and show signs of support. In fact, both markets are showing signs of bullish pressure again.
Bitcoin markets rallied again on Friday, reaching towards higher levels as the recouping of losses continues. The question now is “have we found a bottom?”
Bitcoin markets continue to grind sideways in general, looking likely to try to build up enough momentum to go higher. I think that short-term pullbacks could continue to bring in buyers, unless course we break down below the significant support barrier I see just below.
Bitcoin steady after a choppy start to the day, with Bitcoin needing a rally to catch up with its peers and easy talks of a Bitcoin Cash coup.
Bitcoin markets rallied a bit during the trading session on Wednesday, reaching towards the $8200 level. I believe that the market should continue to see plenty of support underneath, near the $7800 level. I think that as we continue to go sideways overall, we are consolidating in general.
Bitcoin struggled through the early part of the day, while the rest of the majors resumed their bullish runs, Bitcoin likely to be playing catch up as the day progresses.
During the session on Tuesday, there was very little in the way of movement in the Bitcoin markets. As such, it looks like the market is trying to find the next catalyst as to which direction to go.
Bitcoin struggling early, but the losses are not enough to raise alarm bells, the Bitcoin Bulls buying their time to gauge whether the U.S tax deadline will spur a rally later today.
Bitcoin markets pulled back to start the week on Monday, showing the $8400 level as being too expensive. By doing so, it looks likely that we will continue to see a bit of a struggle just above. We have pulled back several hundred dollars, and it looks likely that we will continue to see the volatility.
Investors hit the sell button to see Bitcoin and the broader market fall back into another dip and buying opportunity, the bullish trend formed through the first week of April at risk should support not kick in this afternoon.
Bitcoin’s on the move and manages to avoid an early pullback, with some profit taking after a solid week a possible obstacle in the way of a Bitcoin move towards $8,500 levels.
Bitcoin markets rallied rather significantly during the week, with most of the surge being had on Thursday. The market broke the top of the previous weeks shooting star, so that of course is a very bullish sign. However, there’s also shooting star just above that I think extends to about $9000. In other words, we may get a short-term pullback but the rally over the week is a very encouraging sign.
Bitcoin markets rallied on Friday, continuing the bullish pressure that we had seen jump into the market on Thursday. By doing so, we reach towards the $8200 level, before finding a bit of resistance.
The Bitcoin markets exploded to the upside during the trading session on Thursday, gaining significantly in a very short amount of time. We reached major areas, and it looks likely that the markets will continue to show strength to the upside, but we will probably have a few pullbacks.
Bitcoin markets rallied a bit during Wednesday, showing signs of life again but remains within a consolidation range. Because of this, I think that we could get a short-term opportunity at best, but it will take some type of fundamental reason for Bitcoin to continue rallying.
The Bitcoin markets went back and forth during the trading session on Thursday, as we continue to find support. However, I think that the market still has a significant amount of resistance above, and it’s only a matter of time before the sellers return.
Bitcoin markets rolled over again during the trading session on Wednesday, as we lost 4% coming into the US session. It looks likely that the Bitcoin traders will continue to sell this market every time it rallies, because quite frankly, it can’t pick up its own feet.
Bitcoin takes an early slide, but finds support in the early part of the day to hold on to $7,000 levels and look to stage an afternoon recovery, as the cryptomarket looks to move on from the 1st quarter woes.
Bitcoin rallied a bit during the trading session on Tuesday, breaking above a minor resistance barrier. However, this is a market that is most certainly in a downtrend, and that should be kept in mind.