Popular YouTube securities and crypto analyst, Alessio Rastani has predicted that Bitcoin will drop far below the 21-day EMA before rallying to a new all-time high in 2020.
Bulls could be Walking into a Massive Trap
Alessio Rastani, a popular securities trader and crypto analyst, believes that confirmation bias is misleading crypto-investors to the extent that the majority of traders will in absolute disbelief when Bitcoin drops below $6,000.
The digital asset is slowly creeping toward the 21-EMA near $8,000 which could serve as a strong support or even a bounce point as Bitcoin is likely to be deeply oversold by that point. The current daily chart shows Bitcoin buy and sell volume in a steady decline, even though sell volume has superseded buy volume as of late.
According to Rastani, the Pulse Momentum indicator corresponds with Bitcoin’s volume decline. Rastani explained that momentum had steadily increased since April when Bitcoin began its monster parabolic rally but since topping out at $13,780, the indicator is has flipped from green to red and momentum is on the decline.
Rastani is afraid that investor’s confirmation bias is interfering with investors ability to accurately view the current market structure and he cites the numerous articles from analysts suggesting that an impending golden cross of Bitcoin’s exponential moving averages are proof that the rally will restart shortly.
Rastani explained that:
The majority of Bitcoin article writers (and video makers) seem to be very bullish.
Lemmings are Running the Bitcoin Price Show
Currently, the general consensus amongst traders is that Bitcoin will correct to the $8,500 – $8,000 zone to enter a lengthy spell of consolidation before commencing a new parabolic rally toward $20,000 to $30,000 as the Bitcoin halving event approaches.
According to this line of thinking, Bitcoin completed wave 1 as it topped out at $13,800 and is currently in wave 2, which bring Bitcoin to the $8,000 support. Wave 3 is supposed to be a lengthier strong upside move that will take Bitcoin to $20,000 to $39,000. Wave 4 brings the oversold digital asset back to $21,000 and wave sees Bitcoin top out at $55,000 in late 2020.
Rastani advises that investors consider the various contrarian outcomes for Bitcoin’s price action. Rastani posits that Bitcoin’s current correction could in the process of completing a B wave correction.
The upcoming C wave could see Bitcoin correct as far as $1,800 to $1,600 before reversing course and rallying to $14,000 to $20,000. While this outcome may be unlikely, Rastani is troubled that analysts are ignoring it as a possibility due to overwhelming confirmation bias.
A Third Situation
Rastani personally thinks that the most probable outcome is that over the coming days or weeks Bitcoin will strongly bounce off the 21 EMA at $7,500 to $8,000 after forming a support near that zone. What comes into question is whether or not the bounce from the $8,000 support will play out as most investors expect.
Rastani warns that close below the 21 EMA would open the doors to bearish price action and he cautions that the bounce from $8,000 might fizzle out around $10,000 to $11,000 instead of the sky-high valuations that many analysts are forecasting.
The Bitcoin Price Wildcard
Before wrapping up his analysis, Rastani proposed a wildcard scenario which would see Bitcoin bounce strongly off $8,000 to $11,000 – $12,000 before sharply reversing all the way down to $6,500 to $4,500 to complete an ABC corrective move.
Rastani predicts that Bitcoin will then reverse trend around $4,000 – $6,500 to commence a major move up toward a new all-time high in mid-2020.
Regardless of whether one is a Bitcoin bull or bear, it is prudent to consider all possible possibilities when investing. Rastani’s proposals, while extreme, do encourage contrarian thinking which serves to balance investors thought process and combat confirmation bias.
If there’s one thing that is certain, Bitcoin always has a wildcard up its sleeve.
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