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On 06/05/2019 at 13:54, Caseynotes said:

This is an interesting log scale (2 weekly) chart published end of Jan 19 on bitcoin price in relation to halving dates. Current 1 week chart below that.

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Just to update that Log scale weekly chart from the Original Post of the thread.

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BTC pausing at 13000 after continuation up on a successful retest of resistance now support at 12000 yesterday.

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BTC really tanking now, has dropped back down through the resistance zone to 11740.

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BTC looking like it's wanting to re-check support at the recent low 11150.

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Looking to retest recent resistance at 11803 after support found at 10958.

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BTC currently capped at 11451 and reaching down towards the recent low and confirmed support at 10797.

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Weak bounce up off 9842, more downside seems likely and a possible retest of 9628 the low of 2 weeks ago. Resistance overhead around 10700.

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Hmmm, wondering it that's THEE Mladen joined the community, hope so. @Mladen

famous MT4 indicator coder.

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Interesting comparison in the daily BTC and Gold charts both showing consolidation following a period of uptrend though Gold has a more flag type look to it.

BTC back up to tussle over 10800 support turned resistance.

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BTC drops below the June low which may now act as resistance (9626) while 9226 is recent support.

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BTC trying to break lower again passing through the recent low 9226.

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Finds support at 9061 then checks resistance at 9966, recent short term support overnight at 9628 and looking now at another test of the resistance level, failure should lead to a test of 9061 support.

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From this morning post BTC went for the retest of the low but didn't get there, then stormed back through 10,000. Now at 10570.

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BTC and bears making use of an old support/resistance level around 10830 (green line) to turn price down, price now looking for support.

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BTC had another try to break the old support turned resistance level mentioned in this mornings post, rejected again which just shows how important these support and resistance levels are.

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BTC made a break up to test 11083 then down to check support at 10446, the latest bounce up looks strong on the lower time frames so expecting another try for 11083.

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Still capped above by 11083 and below by 10310 and looking content to travel sideways, needs a push one way or the other.

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BTC tested support at 10044 but still looks inclined to try lower rather than head back up, short term resistance at 10660.

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BTC puts in a H4 pause at 9669, below is the daily support level 9061.

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"Ever wondered how $BTC performs during a certain months? Here is the historical monthly performance since 2012. Lowest returning month: Jan. at -0.18% on average with 3 green & 5 red months. Highest returning month: Nov. at 75.58% on average with 6 green & 1 red month."

₿itDealer @Bitdealer

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Big pump down in the last 15 minutes to test daily chart support level 9496.

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BTC retests the weekly chart support level 9061 and gets a strong bounce sending it back above daily chart resistance 9496, currently retesting 9496 from the top side.

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BTC turns down at recent resistance level 10150 and heads back towards 9743.

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