For some, the Bitcoin news today show the dominant cryptocurrency as “stuck” in the $4,000 region. For others, Bitcoin is making a leap forward and rising in price. What’s certain is that the crypto markets are experiencing a relatively quiet week as Bitcoin is trading sideways between $4,000 and $4,100.
What’s crucial is the fact that BTC is now over the $4k limit. However, the stability should not fool traders. According to analysts, BTC may drop in the near future as its upwards momentum starts to fade. In fact, if Bitcoin is unable to get more buying pressure as the markets head in the weekend, it is likely that it will drop back in the upper $3,000 region.
Right now, Bitcoin is trading up less than 1% at its current price of $4,001. Throughout the week, it has established $4,100 as the resistance level and unsuccessfully attempted on multiple occasions to break above this price level.
More importantly, Bitcoin has established $4,000 as a level of support and bounced after touching this price. The true test, despite this, is Bitcoin and its ability to advance above $4,200 which was the level established as a key resistance one last month.
The current lack of momentum is negative. However, according to analyst, BTC is bearish only if the crypto begins tepidly moving towards the stronger resistance levels located above $4,100.
“If $BTC starts getting higher timeframe 4hr/1D closes below 3930, THEN I’ll consider being bearish short term. Unless you are a short term day trader flipping your outlook between 4400 and 2k after a red 30 minute candle isn’t too helpful,” an analyst named Luke Martin tweeted.
Historically, the crypto market has been prone to making big swings during weekend trading sessions – meaning that traders may gain more insight into where BTC could be heading over the next couple of days.
Another popular crypto trader and analyst named The Cryptomist on Twitter, spoke about the possibility of Bitcoin dropping in the $3,000 region. As she stated:
“$BTC Mentioned couple days ago we will see movement for yesterday price action. We dropped and bounced of candle support as RSI support failed. We have 2-3 days to break this 4010 region resistance before we break this candle support and test target #1 at 3900 range.”
If the crypto drops below $4,000 it will likely be a strong psychological level of resistance which may prove to be difficult to break above.
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Stefan has been writing articles for DCForecasts since 2016 in-house full time. As one of our main cryptocurrency writers, he focuses on covering the latest cryptocurrency news, technical charts, price analyses of coins and press releases. When he is not exploring and covering the latest topics in crypto, you can find Stefan playing basketball, tennis or cycling.
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