Here's a better look of the again without it being scrunched up by TradingView's Platform:
So, if you are considering taking a long position, PLEASE do not forget to ALWAYS implement a STOP LOSS to keep losses small and gains large.
So, those of you sending me private messages asking me to support and/or promote your exchange WILL BE IGNORED PERMANENTLY.
Déjà Vu if you remember after the $3000 pump, the white energy on most TFs look just like that, overbought in lower TFs, and apparently lots of upward room for higher TFs. But then higher TFs didn't warp lower TFs with supposed upward pressure; lower TFs warped higher TFs instead, and dump eventually to $6500.
What is it that I should be looking at to see with better lucidity the most probable next step for BTC?
Hope I am not intruding too much as I understand you have stuff to manage. Please take your time, if only just to share your thoughts casually.
I got to eat then head out to do some more work on the new office.
Maybe this will answer your question...
BTCUSD - New Video Publication Posted Just Now; titled, "Upward Pressure Continues AT LEAST Until Mid January, 2020."
I'll work on it the next time I have a decent amount of time. I'm about to eat then head back to my mother-n-law's house to work on the new office.
It's VERY hard to determine how much geopolitical tensions around the world can affect the price of decentralized crypto currencies. However, I know the price of bitcoin in Iran is nearly $30,000. With that said, I can only conclude a global political and/or geopolitical crisis between countries can only increase the value of crypto rather than push them down. My opinion of course.
Your opinion of course...