Bitcoin: Dips During Bullrun

This script is designed to show dips during Bitcoin bull markets, assuming that Bitcoin finds its local low points in that market phase mostly around the MA(20W=140D) while having a low RSI value. Some other condition is also used to really only trigger after a distinct uptrend has begun. This indicator should only be used on the daily (D) timeframe, and preferably for the BraveNewCoin Liquid Index for Bitcoin (BLX). It's mostly for convenience as people could also just track the MA and the RSI closely, and additionally watch for evidence of a starting bull market. It is yet to be seen if Bitcoin really finds its local bottoms in this bull cycle based on those rules, but the latest price action looks promising. The indicator triggered a few weeks ago, so that the start of the next parabolic run of Bitcoin might be just around the corner.

Note that this algorithm is rather rudimentary, and it will also trigger in one more zone after the bullrun has already ended (marked on the chart above), as the first retest of the MA(20W) shows similar behaviour in the RSI as during bullrun dips. However with other indicators DeanTrader provides (as e.g. the "Bitcoin: Price Action Integrals", and the "Bitcoin: Top & Bottom Mini-Algo" indicators), it should be possible to determine when the bullrun has roughly ended to then discard this indicator until the next bull phase starts sometime in the future. Also some people might even want to trade the relief bounce based on that after-bullrun trigger.

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