Bitcoin in Midst of Powerful Breakout: How Far Will BTC Price Go Past ,000?! | Crypto News Today

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After an 11% drop last week, Bitcoin (BTC) started to mount an extremely strong recovery on Sunday and Monday.

Just earlier today, the the BTC price reached a local high of $9,150, trading 5% higher on the day.

Per Raoul Pal, a former Goldman Sachs executive, this move has allowed the Bitcoin price to break out of “an inverse head and shoulders formation (with a very weak right shoulder, which makes it often more powerful.”

This move has also notably brought Bitcoin above the key 200-day simple moving average.

While the price has yet to close above this key technical level, sitting around $9,000, this specific moving average has long been seen as analysts as an indicator of an asset’s long-term directionality.

With these bullish factors in mind, where do analysts say the leading cryptocurrency can go next?

Unsurprisingly, this latest boost higher has analysts convinced that the market is ready to see even more gains.

Eerily accurate trader Filb Filb in a recent edition of his Decentrader newsletter wrote:

“Overall, Bitcoin is exactly where [I] anticipated; slowly grinding up towards previous resistance… I’m very much of the opinion that Bitcoin will reach to at least $12,500 level before the halving.”

As to why $12,500 makes sense, he noted that that is the “top target” for a bullish inverse head and shoulders chart that is forming on a medium-term basis for Bitcoin.


Bitcoin markets have reacted with increased volatility to the news of the spreading coronavirus in China.

The last few days may reveal patterns about BTC trading in relation to risk.


BTC (Bitcoin) showed behavior that may reveal new patterns of trading in relation to stocks.

The coronavirus epidemic and subsequent lockdowns in China, coinciding with the Chinese New Year celebrations, caused a slump in Chinese and international stocks.

But Bitcoin prices showed a different pattern in relation to the movements of stocks, with waves of activity both coinciding with the overall slide in assets, but also rallies that suggest BTC is also a risk-averse asset.

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Some sold at $1 because they thought $10 was impossibleSome sold at $10 because they thought $100 was impossibleSome sold at $100 because they thought $1,000 was impossibleSome sold at $1,000 because they thought $10,000 was impossible

Some will also sell at $10,000…

— Crypto₿ull (@CryptoBull) January 28, 2020

16/ So how about returns?

Correlations of returns between bitcoin & risk assets have historically been unstable and hovered around zero. This changed somewhat in 2019. Correlations since Jan/1/2019 are -0.14 with the S&P 500 and +0.19 with gold.

— Alex Krüger (@krugermacro) January 28, 2020

$BTC Good looking candle on the monthly chart, looks like it wants to overtake the Nov. openIt would be extra bullish if this month closed above $9250

Price would likely look to push up over $10k and re-test the POC of the June to Sept ’19

— Josh Rager 📈 (@Josh_Rager) January 28, 2020

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