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Bitcoin failed to break above a key downtrend and a return to $54,000 seems likely, volumes, for now, are subdued.
Following a bullish day for Bitcoin and the broader market on Monday, a Bitcoin return to $60,000 would support a broad-based crypto rally.
Following a bullish start to the week, avoiding the day’s pivot levels would support another breakout day ahead.
ETH is currently probing a key downtrend, a break above which could see a push back to record highs.
Fast forward, and BTC dropped below the trigger level the very day after I shared my update and reached $53,332 yesterday. Bingo?! With the rally over the past several hours, it sure looks that way, so let us have a look at the charts.
With Bitcoin and other crypto assets price staging a recent recovery, is the current market dip over?
It’s been a choppy morning. A move back through to $4,350 levels, however, would support a breakout afternoon ahead.
It’s been a mixed morning, with Bitcoin giving up early gains. A breakout from $58,500, however, would give the bulls another run at $60,000.
Bitcoin dipped below the $55k level last week following the discovery of the Omicron Coronavirus variant in South Africa.
Ethereum settled above the 20 EMA and is testing the resistance level at $4,380.