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Bitcoin Heading For Fifth Month of Gains Despite Price Correction (#GotBitcoin?)

Bitcoin is still on track to close with gains for the fifth straight month, despite having witnessed a double-digit technical correction in the last 36 hours. Bitcoin Heading For Fifth Month of Gains Despite Price Correction (#GotBitcoin?)

Bitcoin Heading For Fifth Month of Gains Despite Price Correction (#GotBitcoin?)

The hourly chart shows the pullback has ended and prices could revisit recent highs over the weekend.

With a reward halving due in May 2020 and increased institutional participation, prices could rise further in the second half of this year.

A break below the May 30 high of $9,097 would invalidate the bullish outlook as per the daily chart.

While bitcoin’s price has witnessed a double-digit correction in the last 36 hours, the cryptocurrency is still on track to end in the green for the fifth consecutive month.

The price of a single bitcoin fell to $10,300 on Bitstamp yesterday, retracing 55 percent of the rally from the June 4 low of $7,432 to the June 26 high of $13,880.

As of writing, BTC is changing hands at $11,800, down 15 percent from recent highs. However, despite the correction, the top cryptocurrency is still up 38 percent from its June 1 opening price of $8,546.

With the monthly close just two days away and technical studies reporting bullish conditions, BTC is likely to end June on a positive note.

The resulting five-month winning run will be the longest since August 2017, as seen in the chart below.

Bitcoin is flashing green for the fifth month straight, having rallied by 11, 8, 28, and 62 percent in February, March, April and May, respectively.

A similar winning streak was observed in five months to August 2017.

The cryptocurrency appears on track to log double-digit price gains for the third consecutive month – the first such run since the final quarter of 2017.

What’s more, bitcoin is set to post a record second-quarter gain of over 180 percent, as discussed earlier this week.

The stellar run could be extended in the second half of this year, as the cryptocurrency is set to undergo a mining reward halving sometime in May 2020.

Further, some observers including Anthony Popliano, co-founder and partner of Morgan Creek Digital, believe the rally seen in the first half was backed by institutional money and the inflows may rise further in the future, thus keeping BTC better bid.

Meanwhile, Marc Bhargava of tagomi.com, the first electronic prime brokerage in cryptocurrency markets, believes this year’s rally is the product of both retail and institutional money.

While talking to CoinDeskLIVE, Bhargava said the 2017 rally was almost entirely driven by retail money, while the one seen this year has been more balanced, with an approximately 80:20 ratio of retail to institutional money.

Bhargava, however, cited low trading volumes as a cause for concern and stressed the need for increased adoption by large asset managers for further price gains.

That said, there seems to be a consensus in the market that Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency will end up boosting bitcoin’s appeal as an anti-establishment asset and thus its adoption rate.

All-in-all, the macros seem aligned in favor of the continuation of the price rise in the second half of this year. The long-term technical charts are also flashing bullish signals.

Meanwhile, the intraday charts indicate the pullback has ended and recent highs could come into play over the weekend.

The hourly chart (above left) shows that the relative strength index (RSI) has breached the descending trendline, invalidating the bearish divergence (lower-highs pattern) established earlier this week.

Further, the chart is reporting a bearish channel breakout. As a result, BTC could rise back to levels above $13,000 over the weekend.

Supporting the bullish case is that the cryptocurrency repeatedly bounced from the bullish (ascending) 10-day moving average on the daily chart (above right).

The outlook on that time frame will remain bullish as long as the price is held above the May 30 high of $9,097.

Prices may come under pressure next month as the weekly RSI (above left) is reporting extreme overbought conditions, with the highest reading since January 2018.

Any price dip, however, will likely be short-lived, as a channel breakout and a bullish crossover of the 5- and 10-month MAs on the monthly chart (above right) may to have opened the doors for a rally to record highs above $20,000. Bitcoin Heading For Fifth, Bitcoin Heading For Fifth, Bitcoin Heading For Fifth, Bitcoin Heading For Fifth

 

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2 responses to “Bitcoin Heading For Fifth Month of Gains Despite Price Correction (#GotBitcoin?)”

  1. ptomlinabq says:

    This sounds like good news for crypto. My mom sent me this you may know her from Blab I think. Barbara Tomlin. I was just wondering if you did the technical analysis that was described in your article. If you did I know that my mom and I would be interested to hear what you think about Chainlink’s charts. They look pretty bullish to me but I am a TA noob so I’m not positive. Anyway cool article man. Thanks for pushing adoption.

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