The cryptocurrency market saw a boost in sentiment after the price of Bitcoin (BTC) surged above $58,000 in a long-awaited move that rejuvenated traders who have been anxiously waiting for a resumption of the uptrend.
Here’s a look at what analysts and traders are saying about Nov. 29’s price action and whether or not Bitcoin is likely to reclaim the $60,000 level.
A $60,000 retest is “on the horizon”
Bitcoin’s sudden move to $58,000 may have had caught some traders off guard, but according to independent market analyst and Cointelegraph contributor Michaël van de Poppe, the current price action is going as expected.
According to van de Poppe, following Nov. 28’s spike above $57,000, “You’d preferably want to see a flip of the $56,000 area to be taking place” to establish a higher support level, which would be followed by a further price breakout.
Van de Poppe said:
“If that happens, then I’d assume a retest of $60,000 is on the horizon.”
BTC is set up for a strong monthly close
Pseudonymous Twitter analyst “Rekt Capital,” suggested that November’s price action for BTC is a retest of the newly established support zone near $58,750.
Similar bullish sentiments on Bitcoin’s monthly price were shared by “Nunya Bizniz,” who posted the following charts pointing out the key support levels to keep an eye on as the month of November comes to an end.
The analyst said:
“The month closes tomorrow. A close above these two levels should be bullish.”
Comparisons to previous bull cycles
A look at how the current price movement seen in BTC compares with past bull markets was provided by analyst and pseudonymous Twitter user “Techdev,” who posted the following tweet looking at the price action for Bitcoin in 2017 as compared with now, as well as the 1970s price action for gold.
As discussed in the tweet, the current price projections place Bitcoin price at $150,000 by late December and $200,000 by early February 2022. The analyst further suggested that the price could potentially surpass $250,000 by early February 2022 if it follows a similar price pattern to that seen in gold in the 1970s.
The overall cryptocurrency market capitalization now stands at $2.609 trillion, and Bitcoin’s dominance rate is 42.1%.
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