The trader who accurately called Bitcoin’s top just under $65,000 has issued another warning to BTC bulls as the world’s biggest crypto hovers around $50,000.
The pseudonymous trader known as Dave the Wave tells his 74,000 followers that Bitcoin is at a “make or break” point as it trades at a critical level where multiple technical resistances align.
“It doesn’t get much better than this – make it or break it time.”
The analyst’s chart shows BTC sitting at the very top of a rising wedge within a large descending channel, slowly rounding off and threatening to drop below $30,000 over the coming months. Dave the Wave says that to invalidate this thesis, Bitcoin would have to break through one critical resistance level.
“Price convincingly north of $51,000 – invalidated
Price down to the $46,000 area, further validated.”
The trader makes an observation regarding Bitcoin’s interaction with the Gaussian Channels, an indicator typically used to show long-term deviations from price. According to the crypto strategist, BTC already hitting the channels several weeks ago is a sign that it will continue to drop lower.
“Price has never come back to the Gaussian Channel [on the weekly] without then going on to go deep into that channel. Syncs with the LGC (logarithmic growth channel) nicely, and shows a picture of reducing macro volatility.”
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