Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis – July 26

  • Bitcoin price resumes after retracement to dare the $10,000 price level.
  • The bulls may face resistance at the $8,500  and $9,000 price levels.

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Bitcoin Price Medium-term Trend: Bullish

Resistance levels: $8,300, $8,400, $8,500                                                                                                                          

Support levels: $8,100, $8,000, $7,900

Yesterday, July 25th, the Bitcoin price was in a bullish trend, bitcoin retraced to the low of $8,140.50 and resumed its bullish movement on the 12-day EMA. Traders can initiate long trades at the current market price.

It is likely that the bulls may face resistance at the $8,500  and $9,000 price level. If the bulls break the $8,500 price level, the Bitcoin price will reach the high of $10,000 with little resistance at the $9,000 price level. If the bulls fail traders should exit their trades around the $8,500 price level.

Nevertheless, the MACD line and the signal line are above the zero line which indicates a buy signal. Also, the price of Bitcoin is above the 12-day EMA and the 26-day EMA  which indicates that the bullish trend is ongoing.                                                             

Bitcoin Price Short-term Trend: Bullish.  

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On the 4-hour chart, the price of Bitcoin is in a smooth uptrend. The 12-day EMA and the 26-day EMA are  trending northward indicating the rise of Bitcoin price. Meanwhile, the RSI period 14 is level 68 which indicates that the price of Bitcoin is in the bullish trend zone.

   

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Billionaire Novogratz: Altcoins Won't Pump Like In 2017 Bull Run, Bitcoin Will Dominate

It appears that cryptocurrency prices have finally begun to recover after enduring an extended bear market which lasted throughout 2018.

As the market capitalization of Bitcoin (BTC) and other major cryptoassets continues to rise, several analysts have been drawing comparisons between what they’re seeing in the current market and what they observed during the historic bull market of late 2017 and early 2018.

Commenting on the recent crypto market price movements via Twitter, Ran NeuNer, the host of the CNBC Africa Trader show, remarked:

The market is running but we still haven’t seen the crazy alt pumps, pumps where coins do 40% in a day...is it coming?

Bitcoin To “Outperform” All Other Cryptos “This Time”

As the bitcoin price begins to recover, there have been many predictions made regarding the anticipated performance of altcoins. Twitter user “Crypto Bitlord” (@Crypto_Bitlord), a widely-followed digital asset market analyst, believes XRP, which currently has a market cap of around $16.3 billion, may trade as high as $10.

However, prominent crypto investor Michael Novogratz believes that digital asset traders are a lot smarter this time, when compared to some of the bad investment decisions they might have made during the initial coin offering (ICO) craze of 2017.

Novogratz, who’s the founder and CEO of Galaxy Digital, a full-service crypto merchant bank, has predicted that in this market run, Bitcoin will “outperform” all other cryptoassets.

On May 16th, 2019, the Bitcoin price surged to a 2019 high of $8,373 according to CryptoCompare data. In response to bitcoin’s recent price movements, Juan Villaverde, the Chief Analyst at Weiss Crypto Ratings, told CryptoGlobe: 

Bitcoin could fall to as low as $4,400. But [if] it does, it will be the best Bitcoin buying opportunity since 2015.

“More Good News For New Bitcoin Users”

Villaverde, an econometrician and mathematician focused on developing various crypto index models at Weiss Ratings, believes bitcoin would be a great buy at a lower price (as suggested above) because of the following reasons:

  • “The usage of Bitcoin is near all-time highs – 450,000 transactions per day. That’s up from a low of 150,000 in April of 2018 and approaching the all-time high of 490,000 in December of 2017.”
  • “Despite the high transaction volume, fees on the Bitcoin network are at their lowest levels since August of 2017 – more good news for users.”
  • “The Bitcoin block size is now greater than ever before, thanks to the Segwit technology upgrade.”

Villaverde further noted that the predictions are “based on studying the time patterns in Bitcoin's rises and falls throughout its 9 year trading history.” He explained that the time patterns have been analyzed by using an “algorithm-based market cycles model.”

The Chief Analyst at Weiss Ratings also mentioned that the bear market “ended on December 15th 2018 and the model confirmed this shift in trend on March 26th of this year.”

He added:

Then, after the rally that took place starting on April 25th, the same model told me a new bull market was now underway. The same model indicated a 30% to 45% correction due as of late April-early May and we seem to be experiencing that right now.