Lets talk about bitcoin and some possible scenarios.
Scenario nr . 1 that this correction is forming a (white lines) . When forming such triangles, price tend to break to the down side, but we know that we are in a major uptrend so breakdown shouldn't last long. It might touch fib ration of .5 (26k) before resuming to it's original direction.
The same scenario is possible if the correction is forming a (yellow lines), which usually breaks up and resumes to it's original direction. In this case it might also touch fib .5 or even a bit lower.
However, corrections in an uptrend are quite short lived, and it is very probable that the last candle (if formed) on a daily TF might signal that it won't go any lower (however volumes are too low for a reversal so it might not be a probable scenario). It might range for some time letting altcoins to have so growth, but otherwise it just might be it.
Although we cannot diregard that correction might last for another week or two.
50EMA on a daily also works as a strong support signaling that we might not go any lower.
Recent selling presure is quite weak and we might see a break above the major resistance of the upper line.
I think it is very unlikely that is we break below the support lines of either of two patterns, that we will reach golden fib ratio (around 22k). It would be over 45% correction in an uptrend which is unlikely to happen. Possible, but not probable.
Nevertheless, I wouldn't open any possitions without confirmation of breaking above mentioned above.
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Good luck traders
Otherwise a briefly broken resistence (on a short period of time) can be considered as a bull trap or a short squeeze. Short squeeze means, that short positions which were opened on a resistance is forced to close because price is getting higher. (usually driven by larger buyers.
Let's see if we resume price and try resistence for one more time or continue to range inbetween the patterns.
Remember, catching the bottom is extremely hard. It is better to buy high and sell higher than guessing the bottom.