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BTC new wedge or new channels?

BINANCE:BTCUSD   Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar
Bitcoin looks to have surprised a few today as it looks to have potentially bounced off of the trend support I mentioned recently.

I have recently changed back to the linear chart and what I find interesting is we are back in a potential wedge again (solid red and green lines). I feel like this is the movie "Jurassic Park" where the boy yells "we're back in the car again" after seeing a potential wedge form after the previous one dragged out for weeks. I should also note: I am the one who grumbles after seeing the wedge , the boy in the movie saw dinosaurs for anyone who hasn't seen the movie; although it is debatable which is worse since dinosaurs did not have cryptocurrency (at least none that we know of) despite it easily being a possible reason for their extinction (possibly due to energy consumption and global warming?).

Anyway, there are quite a few possibilities right now, but the ones I find interesting are the potential channels that could form with either a bullish channel (green lines) to potentially bounce near 47K (near some Fibonacci resistance) or a bearish channel (red lines) potentially leading to near 20K (also near some strong Fibonacci support).

What is interesting is RSI seems to indicate support for either possibility with bullish reversal divergence (green line on RSI ) but also bearish hidden divergence (red line on RSI ). I for one typically think that "regular divergence trumps hidden divergence" similar to how "paper beats rock", but as my older siblings have taught me "that's silly, how can a piece of paper beat a rock? don't get your hopes up!", so this very well could be a coin flip still in my opinion until a breakout occurs.

Either way, it looks like there are some more entertaining roads ahead over the next few weeks/months compared to the last few weeks (at least one would hope).

And of course, this is not meant as financial advice but is only my opinion. But please like or comment if you agree of have any opinions as well!
Comment: In case curious, here is also a link from the "World Rock Paper Scissors Association" of why "paper beats rock": https://www.wrpsa.com/why-does-paper-bea...

I am not sure how "official" this description is, but at least it might help anyone else with older siblings who try to convince you otherwise.
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