Bitcoin rallied, but analysts say it’s ‘more of the same’ until $46K becomes support

“Volatility” is the word of the month and that is exactly what cryptocurrency investors saw today as Bitcoin rallied after concerns over the Biden administration’s executive order on crypto turned out to be a ‘nothingburger’.

Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView shows that after trading near the $39,000 mark for the past few days, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) spiked 10.42% to an intraday high at $42,606 on as cautious traders flooded back into the market.

BTC/USDT 1-day chart. Source: TradingView

Here’s a look at what traders and analysts in the market are saying about this latest move and the areas of support and resistance to keep an eye on.

“Different pump, same story”

Wednesday’s move for Bitcoin was just a repeat of recent behavior according to crypto analyst and pseudonymous Twitter user ‘Plan C’, who posted the following chart stating “Different pump, same story.”

Upper and lower trend support bands for Bitcoin. Source: Twitter

Plan C said,

“BTC needs to break the “downtrend resistance band,” AKA Uptrend Support Band, and then hold it as support. Otherwise, this is just another cry wolf move. Uptrend Support Band: $43,564 – $46,265.”

Independent market analyst ‘Crypto_Ed_NL’ agreed with this sentiment and suggestion further sideways trading in the post below.

BTC/USD 4-hour chart. Source: Twitter

Crypto_Ed_NL said,

“No, this is not some new Elliott Wave theory… It’s what I think is coming next. Pump-range-pump-dump-range-dump-range-pump.”

Overconfidence is not advised!

Analysts at Delphi Digital noted that Bitcoin is now bumping up against the “simple trendline connecting the local highs from December 2021 and February 2022.”

BTC/USD 12-hour chart. Source: Delphi Digital

According to Delphi Digital, now that BTC is back above $40,000, traders should “look for this level around $42,500-$43,000 to be tested,” which is exactly what occurred in trading on March 9.

Delphi Digital said,

“Contrarian sentiment analysis is often a good place to begin looking for trades much like the latest short-term rally in prices off of the $34,000 lows, but we caution the worsening…..


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