Now the important thing is price behavior after 'd' point.
We can assume two scenarios. One of the scenarios is the price breach out strongly at the 'd' point(#1), and the other one is change the trend and go to the 'e' point(#2).
#1 Breach the ‘d’ point
To successfully breach the trend, a explosion needed.
If a explosion occurs, it can be taken as a signal that the impulse wave has definitely begun.
In this case, the target price is about $ 16,000, and if strong buying continues and the wave is extended, it can approach up to $ 19,000.
#2 Moving target to the 'e' point
For scenarios that go through the 'e' point, the price can temporarily reach $ 7,800. Thereafter, a gentle impulse wave will begin, and when entering the (3) wave a strong buying has expected. In this scenario, prices are likely to rise sharply rather than an extension of the wave.
Both scenarios have confidence in price increases, so there may seems like no differences in a long-term perspective. However, there some points to help for investors trying short-term trading. In addition, each scenario needs to be examined in what scenario it is going to have, since the trend after the price increase is likely to be different.