I said in my blog of 18 September that if Bitcoin breaks the $9100 level, we should expect it to fall to $8000. The $8000 level was also broken falling at one point to $7820. Currently, the price is hovering between $7974 - $8171. There are some indications that there is a bit of a fightback by the bulls. They don't seem to be getting far with their endeavour. Nevertheless, the question remains, is $6500 possible? Simple answer, yes.
To see why we must look at just two things. First, let us look at the weekly Bitcoin price. Second, Bitcoin's volume profile. For those who have no idea what volume profile is, here is a short explanation. Volume profile is an advanced charting study that displays trading activity over a specified period at specified price levels. The study plots a histogram on the chart meant to reveal dominant or significant price levels based on volume. Unfortunately, discussing volume profile in full is beyond the scope of this blog piece.
Combining both the volume profile and Bitcoin weekly prices is seen in the chart above. There is a clear indication that there is volume activity at around the $6500 levels. The next level of support for Bitcoin is $7500. If breached, $6500 is certainly possible. Public commentary on Bitcoin has become ridiculous in many cases. I will ignore giving examples as they are too numerous to mention. I may remind everyone of the following - "You can't trade the market you want only the one in front of you". We must stick to this simple principle and make our decisions from that. And as to where the market wants to go, your guess is as good as mine.
Bitcoin Volume Profile and Weekly Price courtesy of GoCharting
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