I remind you of July 2017 that completely overshot the measured target by around 12%. This is for all the traders who claim descending triangles never break to the downside in bull markets at the top of the trend. Bare in mind this was at the top of a full-blown bull market, after reaching a new ATH and 3.2x from April 2017 low. This was otherwise half way through the 2017 bull market from a 2016 low of $150, so roughly 20x. This is yet another example in the repeating Bitcoin history series to show how they do break to the downside, especially after parabolic bull markets.
The extrapolated breakdown comes to a low of $5,350 (-43%) with a measured target on the Daily of $6,875 (-27%). Note this is different to the Weekly measured target of $6,410 (-32% see here), and is therefore dependent on BTC breaking out of the Weekly to the upside, while remaining within the Daily triangle, which isn't a lot to ask for.
If Bitcoin Repeats History?
2012: Breakdown to $6,415 with 1 year consolidation (Part 4)
2014: Breakdown to $2,500 with 1.5 years consolidation (Part 3)
2017: Breakdown to $5,350 with 2 months consolidation (Part 2)
2018: Breakdown to $5,050 with 6 months consolidation (Part 1)
2019: Measured move to $6,410 to $6,875 (Part 2 & 5)
That's a range between $2,500 and $6,875, with anywhere between 2-18 months of consolidation.
Conclusion: Anything could happen. Look for clues.
If Bitcoin Repeats History Series
Part 1: Looking Similar To 2018
Part 2: Measuring The Move of the Breakdown
Part 3: A repeat of 2014? Worst Case Scenario A $2,500 Low
Part 4: If 2017 Repeats? Extrapolating 2012 Breakdown