Bitcoin’s one-hour graph showed a recent downtrend that resulted in the price dropping from $4,033.92 to $3,998.03. The support was at $3,891.82, while the short-term resistance was at $4,039.78.
The Bollinger Bands converged a bit, which was a sign of price movement stagnating and a lack of significant price outbreaks.
The Parabolic SAR was below the price candles, which stated that the cryptocurrency’s price was pumping and that Bitcoin was in a bullish scenario.
The Chaikin Money Flow indicator was above the zero-line because the capital coming into the market was more than the capital leaving the market.
The one-day chart of Bitcoin painted a similar picture as the downtrend caused the price to fall from $6,274.87 to $4,071.39. The long-term support was at $3,127.02.
The Relative Strength Index was close to the overbought zone, which meant that the buying pressure was significantly more than the selling pressure.
The MACD indicator did not show a positive sign for Bitcoin in the long term as the signal line and the MACD line moved together after a bearish crossover. There was also a lack of movement in the MACD histogram as well.
The Awesome Oscillator was in a lull compared to previous instances due to a reduced market momentum.
The above-mentioned indicators stated that in the short-term, Bitcoin would enjoy sporadic bullish rise, but in the long run, the cryptocurrency still would have to go a long way to reach its previous price valuation.