Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis (February 26)
- BTC/USD market has fallen under selling pressure after a line of range movements.
- One of the vital bearish restraining points at $9,000 has been breached downward.
- If the BTC/USD market sellers continue to hold-strong below the $9,000, further declines are imminent.
Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis
• Major supply zones: $10,000, $10,500, $11,000
• Major demand zones: $8,000, $7,500, $7,000
Today’s BTC/USD market trading sessions have changed into seeing bearish pressures. And, that has led to having a new look of trading ranges marked by a difference of $500 in-betweens.
The BTC/USD market bulls have failed to restrain the bearish forces that resurfaced from February 14 until now. The US dollar continued to exert forces and broke down a strong value at $9,000 line that ought to have been the restraining zone. The price now closely approaches a lower point at $8,500.
Bitcoin (BTC) Technical Indicators Reading
There is still much to look from the BTC/USD downward-moving forces as the two trading SMAs point to the south direction. The 14-day SMA is underneath 50-day SMA. And, they are a bit far from the trading line of the crypto-market. That indicates that the market is still under selling pressure. The stochastic Oscillators have dipped into the oversold region with their hairs conjoined within. They may soon start a consolidation movement around or within the oversold region.
As the vital technical market value at $9,000 mark has breached southward, the BTC/USD market bears are in control of this crypto-economy. The price depression is on a high mote, and if the bears hold on to their positions below the $9,000 value, there’ll be every possibility of witnessing another lower point around the $8,000 demand zone.
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