Bitcoin Price To Drop At 2018 Bear Market Lows, Claims Analyst, Here Is His Target – Coinpedia – Fintech & Cryptocurreny News Media

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Since the release of the US Consumer Price Index (CPI), the world’s first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin started its downward journey and is struggling for a bull run. Meanwhile, a well-known crypto analyst and trader who is mostly known for his timely Bitcoin prediction, is expecting more troubled days for BTC.

The analyst who is known as Justin Bennett, informs his 108,800 fanbase over Twitter that the flagship currency is about to create a huge descending pattern which will pull back Bitcoin’s trading range towards 2018 bear market lows.

The analyst claims that since May, Bitcoin is forming a bearish graph which will see the currency dropping at $5,000 level. He also says that this is one of the worst trading levels for Bitcoin and once the $5,000 area is hit, BTC will reclaim the $12,000 range.

Bitcoin Price To Drop Near $12,000

However, Justin indicates that though he predicts a fall near the $5,000 level, in reality BTC will not see a drop towards that level. Here he refers to the percentage objective and asserts that if the percentage objective is applied against the price objective there will be a price target of $11,000 or close to $12,000.

Conversely, though Justin Bennett claims bearish momentum for the King currency, he also states that there is a possibility for a bull run this week due to shorting by traders.

As per the expert, there will be more shorting seen above $20,200 which will push BTC price towards more profit

At the time of publication, Bitcoin is changing hands at $19,190 after a plunge of 3.38% over the last 24hrs



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