When trying to predict the future price of bitcoin, it's impossible to do so without first looking at its past.
The capitalization of the cryptocurrency market can be charted like any other asset and provides unique insight into the bias of the broader market.
When combined with other technical tools, pivot points are valued among day traders for their ability to analyze price movement and more.
Moving average crossovers, one of the simplest traders' tools, are best suited to trend following and momentum trading.
CoinDesk gives a 101 overview of how traders use moving averages as a tool in their investing arsenal.
Bitcoin's price rose above $6,500 today, offering some respite for the badly battered bulls.
Bitcoin continues to hold ground amid market sell-off with growing momentum to take out its next target of $8,000.
Without traditional fundamentals, investors must rely on a range of methods to value cryptocurrencies – some familiar, some novel, none foolproof.
Technical analysis is a tool that can prove particularly valuable to bitcoin traders, but what does it entail?