Bitcoin Price Technical Outlook

Bitcoin has been very volatile as seen in the 14 December Bitcoin Price Technical Outlook. Right now, it seems as if the $16,000 level underneath continues to be supported. 

14 December, Swissquote – Bitcoin has been very volatile, but right now, it seems as if the $16,000 level underneath continues to be supported. That is an area that has shown itself to be supportive in the past, and as it approaches the $16,000 level, it looks likely that the market could rally from here and go towards the $17,200 level, that’s an area that is a resistance barrier that being broken to the upside should be a very bullish sign and perhaps send more money flooding into the Bitcoin space.

14 December Bitcoin Price Technical Outlook

• Bitcoin’s bullish momentum is far from over. The technical structure has shown a tremendous positive short-term momentum. The hourly support is located below 14k (08/12/2017 low). Strong support stands very far at 2975 (22/08/2017 low). In the short-term, the digital currency should continue rising at levels unseen so far.

• In the long-term, the digital currency has had an exponential growth. There are decent likelihood that the asset will reach $40’000 in 2018.


This article ‘ 14 December Bitcoin Price Technical Outlook‘ was written by Yann Quelenn, Market Analyst at Swissquote.

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