Bitcoin Price Sentiments Traces Back to 2019 Levels before Bull Run to $14,000


Has or Hasn’t Bitcoin [BTC] answered the Safe-Haven Call? 

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Last year, Bitcoin [BTC] price rose from $4200 to $14,000 beginning the correlation with gold, in the face of the US-China Trade War. Currently, it stands a bigger confluence level that last year with the COVID-19 crisis.

Moreover, in April the sentiments of the traders were similar to it is now. Here’s a fractal which explains it:

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BTC/USD Fractal Analysis (TradingView)

The break-out in early April 2019 seemed to mark the beginning of the bull-run.

Previously, Bitcoin accumulated for nearly 16 weeks in the bottom range before the break-out above $4,800-$5,000 began a bull trend above up to $8,800. Currently, it seems to be recovering from a V-shaped bottom in less than 2 weeks.

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Moreover, another notable bullish fractal on Bitcoin compared this break-out with the second phase of the run from $8,500-$14,000.

Bitcoin Price Fractal from 2019 (Source: Tweet Monkey Rothschild)

Either way, the markets were driven predominantly over futures traders’ bearish sentiments. In hindsight, the buying during the PlusToken scam was also a prominent reason for the bull run.

Nevertheless, the tension between the US and China had a significant role in building the safe-haven argument for Bitcoin, which supported the fundamentals around the bull-run.

Furthermore, a series of short-squeeze pushed the markets to yearly highs as whales fed on the liquidity provided by bears.

Correlation Does Not Equal Causation

The correlation with the stock markets presents a similar fear as last year, in terms of Bitcoin still being a risk-asset and not maturing to a safe-haven just yet. Cantering Clark (alias), a prominent crypto-trader echoed with BitMEX CEO, Arthur Hayes’ analysis how the correlation could drive Bitcoin down with it to $3000. He notes in a series of tweet,

Anyone who thinks that Bitcoin is just going to do an about-face after showing its hand in a time of crisis is still at the whim of too many cognitive biases to name. The dollar is going to suck up liquidity, Gold as well.

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Bitcoin SPX (Blue) and Gold Correlation (Grey) (Source: Coinmetrics)

The maximum correlation with gold achieved with the price of gold was around 0.25. The levels with the S&P 500 index currently is around 0.5. Moreover, in the past as well during the bear market of 2018, there was a strong correlation of around 0.3 with the stock market.

The Fed and Government believe that the economy will be ready to jump soon and we’re likely to expect to a surge ahead. The retracement of the stock market above the $2793 marks an important level for the beginning of revival towards the highs again. However, the high debt of the Governments along with a recessionary economic background projects adverse trends ahead.

Will Bitcoin rise as a safe haven yet again? Please share your views with us. 

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Bitcoin Price Sentiments Traces Back to 2019 Levels before Bull Run to $14,000

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Bitcoin Price Sentiments Traces Back to 2019 Levels before Bull Run to $14,000

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Last year, Bitcoin [BTC] price rose from $4200 to $14,000 beginning the correlation with gold, in the face of the US-China Trade War. Currently, it stands a bigger confluence level that last year with the COVID-19 crisis.

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Nivesh Rustgi

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