Bitcoin's (BTC) 'Next Stop' Is $40,200, Says Analyst


Published Nov 10, 2023 07:59AM ET

Bitcoin's (BTC) 'Next Stop' Is $40,200, Says Analyst

U.Today - recent market movements have been nothing short of a roller coaster ride, capturing the attention of crypto enthusiasts and investors alike. As the digital asset surges past $36,700, market analysts project an optimistic journey ahead, with sights set on $40,200 as the next significant milestone.

The first checkpoint of Bitcoin's current bullish run was $34,300, a level it has surpassed with confidence, bolstering the market's sentiment. The journey to $40,200, however, is more than just wishful thinking; it is underscored by a Fibonacci retracement level — a tool used by traders to identify potential reversal levels. approach toward $40,200 is also in line with the psychological tendency of traders to aim for round numbers, which often act as resistance or support levels due to common trading strategies.

Source: TradingViewThe chart reveals a 275-day bottoming pattern, indicating a solid base from which Bitcoin has initiated its ascent. This pattern, often seen as a bullish setup, suggests a reversal from previous downtrends, providing a foundation for potential continued upward movement. Moreover, the 200-day moving average (MA) — a key indicator watched by institutional investors — further reinforces the bullish outlook as maintains its trajectory above this line.

The next resistance level beyond $40,200 is pinpointed at $44,300, marking a more substantial test of Bitcoin's momentum. This level is accentuated by historical price actions where Bitcoin has faced resistance in the past, making it a crucial battleground for bulls and bears.

In conclusion, while Bitcoin's "next stop" at $40,200 seems within reach, investors should remain vigilant. The path to higher valuations is fraught with potential pullbacks and volatilities inherent in the cryptocurrency market. A break above $40,200 could pave the way for further gains toward $44,300, but this journey is contingent upon sustaining current momentum and favorable market conditions.

This article was originally published on U.Today

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