Bitcoin lucha por mantener el soporte en $27K-$30K

BTC está en una zona de soporte positiva, aunque el impulso a largo plazo sigue siendo débil.

AccessTimeIconMay 18, 2022 at 7:57 p.m. UTC

Damanick was a crypto market analyst at CoinDesk where he wrote the daily Market Wrap and provided technical analysis. He is a Chartered Market Technician designation holder and member of the CMT Association. Damanick is also a portfolio strategist and does not invest in digital assets.

Bitcoin (BTC) ha cotizado en un rango estrecho de entre $27.000 y $30.000 en los últimos días. Esa es una zona de soporte clave para BTC, aunque se encuentra en el límite inferior de un rango de negociación de un año.

BTC cotizaba a alrededor de $29.000 en el momento de esta publicación y ha bajado un 3% en las últimas 24 horas.

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Una ruptura decisiva por debajo de $27.000 podría implicar una caída mayor para BTC, inicialmente hacia $17.823. Además, el promedio móvil de 50 días con pendiente descendente de BTC indica una debilidad de tendencia persistente, lo que podría mantener activos a los vendedores.

Bitcoin se enfrenta a una fuerte resistencia de entre $33.000 y $36.000 dólares, lo que podría detener una subida del precio. En el gráfico semanal, el impulso sigue siendo negativo a pesar de las lecturas de sobreventa. Eso podría aumentar el riesgo de una ruptura en el precio, similar a lo que ocurrió en marzo de 2020 y noviembre de 2018.

Este artículo fue traducido por Marina Lammertyn.

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