Starting August 2018, Bitcoin went negative for six (6) months straight, turning green only on February 2019.
March 2019 lead to Bitcoin breaking above EMA50 on the monthly time frame and is now trading shy above EMA10.
Bitcoin hasn't been above EMA10 on the monthly since Apr-Jul 2018. This is the first time in almost a year that Bitcoin is trading above this moving average, will it remain above it or go below?
The monthly chart looks pretty basic, it looks like a change of trend is starting to take place... A close above EMA10 with good can indicate that Bitcoin can continue growing more, but if instead if falls and closes below EMA10, a full retrace can start that can last several months.
Let's take a look at the indicators now:
The histogram shows that the bottom is in, while the line and signal are pointing to a long consolidation period before additional growth.
The is now back on the side after hitting an all-time low. There is plenty of room for a retrace and sideways action before massive growth.
Overall the view is good but there is one huge warning which negates the EMA10 challenge... There is no .
You would expect significant when challenging this type of resistance yet there isn't much. This goes in favor of a correction after one last potential jump/mini-jump.
This update goes in combination with the following analysis shared earlier today:
Bitcoin Still Trading Above EMA300, What Happens Next?
Bitcoin Weekly Remains while above EMA50
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This is Alan Masters.