Bitcoin Sets Itself Across Zero Line Now, Says Analyst
Dave the Wave, the analyst who accurately foretold the collapse of Bitcoin in 2021, is back with another market forecast. The prominent crypto trader shared some charts on a Twitter Thread this Monday. Dave claims that the world’s foremost cryptocurrency is about to flip bullish, judging from previous cycles.
The pseudonymous crypto analyst took to Twitter to share MACD charts that prove his predictions with over 100,000 followers. According to the Tweet, Bitcoin has hit its bottom and is ready to start its journey upward once again. Dave is basing his predictions on the past years’ trends depicted on the chart (2012, 2015, and 2019).
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BTC is About To Swing Into An Upward Movement According to MACD Chart
MACD is a market movement tracker that shows how two in-motion averages relate to one another. It operates based on trends and allows traders to calculate the points at which market momentum is likely to reverse.
Based on Dave’s wave, Bitcoin’s MACD has swung below the zero line and is over-sold in a similar movement to 2019. Hence “there is a good chance that we will also see the first contracting Histogram on the Bitcoin monthly chart.” Judging by previous trends, the king of crypto is about to go on a bull run.
Another Crypto Analyst Disagrees With Dave
Interestingly, not everyone shares Dave the Wave’s bullish sentiments as regards Bitcoin. Another popular crypto analyst, Bluntz, shared his own chart describing it as ugly. He affirms that he does not desire to purchase Bitcoin anytime soon unless it drops below $17000.
Bluntz, the smart contractor on Twitter, is the analyst who successfully forecasted Bitcoin’s bearish low in 2018. If his chart is anything to go by, BTC still has a few more lows to weather before any relief arrives. This is according to a thread the crypto analyst shared on Twitter in mid-August.
Bitcoin’s Current Price Movements
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading below $21,000, down about over 8% within the last 24 hours. Although BTC price has again lost its gains of above $22K, it has gained a 10% upward swing from the foremost cryptocurrency’s $19,000 position of the previous week. However, these movements are still far from Bitcoin’s all-time high of 61,000, a 65% difference.
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Dave the Wave believes now is the time to buy, not sell BTC, while the Smart Contractor wants to wait. Each of them has a record of making a correct prediction concerning the crypto market. It remains to be seen who is right this time as their predictions seem to clash.
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