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Bitcoin Bullish Momentum: Will May Rally Eclipse Previous Peaks?

Bitcoin’s recent performance has left investors on the edge of their seats, with the cryptocurrency once again testing the crucial 100-day Moving Average (MA). As per Captain Faibik, an analyst, the outcome of this test could potentially dictate the direction of BTC’s trajectory in the coming days. After a significant rebound from this level in late January, history might repeat itself with a bullish rally if Bitcoin manages to bounce back again.

As highlighted by Ali Martinez, a top analyst, the previous bounce from the 100-day MA in January led to a substantial price rebound, signaling the importance of this level in determining market sentiment. Currently, Bitcoin finds itself in a similar position, with the Relative Strength Index (RSI) hovering around 35, indicating potential oversold conditions. Such a scenario often precedes a bullish reversal, especially when coupled with historical precedents.

However, caution is warranted as a sustained close below the 100-day MA could signal further downside, possibly towards the 200-day MA, currently situated around $43,000. This would represent a significant shift in market sentiment and could dampen short-term bullish expectations.

Taking a broader view of Bitcoin’s price trend, the period from December to late March showcased a strong bullish movement, with the cryptocurrency surging from around $43,000 to a peak near $64,000. This surge highlighted robust buying interest and propelled Bitcoin to new heights.

Source:  Ali Martinez

In contrast, the recent price action from April to May has been characterized by increased volatility and consolidation, with Bitcoin oscillating within a range of approximately $55,000 to $64,000. During this period, key support and resistance levels have emerged, providing crucial points of reference for traders and investors alike.

Among the notable support levels, $60,000 stands out as a psychological and technical support level, closely aligned with the 50-day MA. Similarly, $55,000 serves as a significant support level, reinforced by the presence of the 100-day MA. These levels have previously acted as resistance before turning into support, underscoring their importance in the current market landscape.

On the resistance front, $64,000 looms large as the recent high, representing a formidable barrier for Bitcoin’s upward momentum. Despite multiple attempts to breach this level in March and April, Bitcoin has thus far failed to sustain above it, indicating strong selling pressure in the vicinity.

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