BitCoin cryptocurrency has not pulled back to the strong imbalance shared with you a few weeks ago. Instead, the cryptocurrency king has continued to rally and broken all-time highs price level above $20,000. Last BitCoin cryptocurrency analysis showed a very strong imbalance to which it has not pulled back.
Many cryptocurrency intraday traders may have realized that BitCoin has been moving erratically for the last weeks. It has nothing to do with ghosts trading in the background or cryptocurrency miners, it’s just how cryptocurrencies move and how the financial market behaves after a strong movement. Why is it that BitCoin cryptocurrency is dropping so strongly? Is there any need of supply and demand trading strategy?
Right now we are waiting for the retracement to the strong monthly demand imbalance being created around $12,500. We are patiently waiting for BitCoin BTCUSD to be cheaper before we buy this cryptocurrency. It’s too expensive to buy this cryptocurrency right now. Previous monthly imbalances analyzed in older BitCoin cryptocurrency analysis have played out nicely for months.
Pools of supply and demand imbalances are created in all BitCoin timeframes, you must know what these imbalances look like and what they mean before you decide to take a trade on BitCoin. The BitCoin technical analysis video below is doing a long term analysis of the monthly timeframe, intraday and shorter-term positions are not explained, those are different monsters.
Our supply and demand forecast and prediction for BitCoin crypto currency is explained in this analysis and also in the video technical analysis below. If you are a short term trader or scalping BitCoin for profit then it’s a different story and analysis.
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Watch BitCoin cryptocurrency video forecast technical analysis below.
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