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Markets Report: Analyst predicting $37K Bitcoin’s ‘ultimate bottom’
While institutions keep happily buying the dip, a failure to recapture $50,000 this week means that bulls are not out of the woods
Bitcoin has spent a week circling $50,000 as endless positive news from institutions contrasts with a lack of upward price momentum. With all-time highs still out of reach, commentators have been asking themselves what would be needed to reignite the bull market which has characterized most of 2021.
Markets Report: Bitcoin hits $50,000 as Pal heralds ‘only chance people have’
The last outpost of the $40,000s dissipates on Tuesday with momentum clearly visible for a takedown of new levels
After several attempts to leave the $40,000 trading corridor, Bitcoin saw rejection as the spot market hit around $49,780. Futures still managed to breach the $50,000 mark before a correction set in, that in itself lasting only hours before a final push sent the market to a peak of $50,600.
Markets Report: Bitcoin avoids $50,000 attack as concerns build over ‘fakeout’
A strong weekend’s performance nonetheless fails to deliver a decisive blow to $50,000, which is increasingly acting as a do-or-die price ceiling
With the U.S. on holiday, markets are still trending up and the dollar down, providing the perfect background for strength in BTC/USD. At the same time, the sudden breakout seen over the weekend may turn out to be more like a “fakeout,” analysts warn, as $50,000 support continues to evade the market.