Since the only trades during the working week, if BTC makes a big price move during the weekend, the reopens on Monday with a blank gap between the Friday close price and Monday open price - not something we are traditionally used to in the 24/7 Bitcoin world.
What is interesting about this is that in the following days the gap is always filled by BTC's price moving back to cover the area the missed... does this mean once a gap is created you have a near certainty that BTC will revisit that price level? Perhaps. But beware an example on November 5th when the gap was filled by a huge wick that did not occur in other exchanges (we fell back through that area regardless in the following days, but that's beside the point).
So what is perhaps most interesting is that in all its history the has filled all its gaps... except one: during the weekend of August 10-11th the left an as yet unfilled gap between $11695 and $12000. Is this all coincidence or could this be as close as we'll get in crypto to a guarantee of future BTC value to $12k+ after the current dip?
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We can be almost certain that either we will spring back up briefly to fill it before continuing down, or fill it on the way back up from the $5k zone.