Bitcoin (BTC) price is flattening out as buyers are unable to keep it above the psychological threshold of $28,500.
The only price range that has moved since March 19 is between $26,500 and $28,500. Bitcoin is currently trading at $27,101 after falling to a lower price level. In order to overcome the resistance levels of $28,500 and $29,000 to the upside, buyers have made persistent attempts, but without success. Price signals point to a likely rise to the high of $31,000 if the current barriers are broken. The largest cryptocurrency risks a decline if buyers are unable to continue their momentum above the $28,000 high. Moreover, selling pressure may resume if the price falls below the $26,500 support. Bitcoin will decline much more and reach a low of $25,000. Bitcoin is currently trading in a narrow range.
Bitcoin is at level 59 according to the Relative Strength Index for period 14. It can go much higher as it is in the bullish trend zone. If the bullish momentum is still present, the price bars will continue to rise above the moving average lines. Bitcoin's price will most likely rise. Bitcoin will continue to rise as long as it is above the 25 threshold of the daily stochastic.
Key resistance levels - $30,000 and $35,000
Key support levels - $20,000 and $15,000
On March 27, Bitcoin hit a low of $26,541 as the bulls bought the dips. Bitcoin lost value and retested the lower price range of the sideways trend. The uptrend is expected to resume if the existing support holds.
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