If History Rhymes, Bitcoin (BTC) To Enter “Reaccumulation” Range

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Bitcoin Rally May Slow From Here

As Bitcoin (BTC) has finally settled in the $8,000 range, analysts have begun to formulate their opinions about what comes next for the cryptocurrency space. Per Tuur Demeester, a partner at Adamant Capital that recently penned a great report on the Bitcoin industry, suggested that BTC is moving from a phase of “expansion” out of a bear market to “reaccumulation” just above bear market levels. He posts a chart showing that the cryptocurrency may stay between $6,000 and $10,000 for the coming year, and will then begin to enter a bull market once the block reward reduction activates.

He isn’t the first to have suggested this. CoinDesk’s markets analysis division recently noted that Bitcoin recently moved above its 20-month moving average, which was an “early sign of the bull market in late-2015.” The last time BTC moved above its 20-month moving average, there were months of accumulation, whereas digital assets traded in a tight range without hinting where they would move next.

Pullback Inbound?

Bitcoin’s monumental surge over the past couple of months has caught traders with their pants down, there’s no doubt about it. Almost no one expected for the asset to pass $6,000, let alone $8,000 in early-2019. Yet here we are, sitting above a level that was a quixotic dream just months ago. Some now claim that it is a perfect time for the asset to retrace.

The last time Bitcoin’s chart looked as it did now, a strong pullback ensued. Analyst Josh Rager recently pointed out that during 2015’s recovery out of a brutal bear market, which was much like the one seen in 2018, BTC bottomed around $200, accumulated around $300 for months, went parabolic to tap $500, and then saw a 40% pullback. What’s more, the three-day Super Guppy, a key long-term trend indicator, didn’t signal a “buy” (green) until after the pullback.

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