BITCOIN First 1W MA50/100 Bullish Cross since December 2019!!

Bitcoin (BTCUSD) will complete this week or the next the first 1W MA50 (blue trend-line) - MA100 (green trend-line) Bullish Cross since the week of December 02 2019! Such a bullish pattern, exactly 4 years after, is a Cyclical buy signal which technically is the last we are going to get during this Cycle.

With the Halving being a fundamental signal, this Bullish Cross is the early signal of a pre-Halving buy, which sets the stage for the Bull Cycle's final parabolic rally. Time-wise it takes place almost during the same time period (Time Fib 2.236 in 2016 while today and 2019 it took place on the 2.0 Time Fib). As you can see, following this formation, BTC tends to rally to the 0.786 Fibonacci retracement level (if it hasn't done so before as in 2019), while the 0.5 Fib turns into the Support (it wouldn't have broken in 2020 if it weren't for the COVID crash).

Observe the similarities on the 1W MACD also around the time of the 1W MA50/100 Bullish Cross. It rises on a Bullish Cross and forms a Bearish Cross a few weeks after, which delivers a low price level we won't break again during the rest of the Bull Cycle. So to sum it up, moving forward, Bitcoin targets the 0.786 Fibonacci at $50000, while the 0.5 or at most the 0.382 Fib (32000 - 27000) will support.

But what do you think as we move towards the April Halving? Will 30k hold and more importantly are we on the path to hit 50k soon? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below!


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