BITCOIN rare signal. Is it staging a mega bullish break-out?

Bitcoin (BTCUSD) is about to flash one of the strongest cyclical bull signals it can give as the 1M (monthly) RSI is attempting to break and close above the 62.50 level. What's so important about it? Every time that level broke with the price deep into the Bull Cycle, BTC started its most aggressive phase, the Parabolic Rally that ended on the Cycle's new (All Time) High.

Last time that happened was in October 2020 and the Cycle before in June 2016. Common characteristic on both occasions is that the price was above the 0.618 Fibonacci retracement level of the previous High. On this Cycle, Bitcoin has already broken (and closed) above it since December 2023. As a result, once this pre-Halving consolidation is over, we can expect the new Parabolic Rally to start.

In addition to the 1M RSI, the Vortex Indicator (VI) has diverged to its fullest last month after a Bullish Cross. Going back again to the previous two Cycles, symmetrically we are still at a level where BTC has established a Low/ Support and can only rise from here (exception of course the March 2020 COVID flash crash which set the market back for a few months. Also if it wasn't for the early 2019 Libra euphoria, the VI would have made the Bullish Cross at a later stage). As a result, comparing it with 2016 is more accurate.

But what do you think? Is this potential RSI break-out, the strongest bullish signal we can get right now? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below!


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