BTC Eyes $30K Mas a correção dos sinais pode ocorrer em breve

Análise do preço do bitcoin: BTC Eyes $30K Mas a correção dos sinais pode ocorrer em breve

O mercado global de criptografia subiu hoje mais 30 bilhões de dólares, o que ajudou a tirar o Bitcoin do triângulo descendente em baixa de ontem e a avançar em direção a um novo recorde histórico de 28.800 dólares.

Apesar do aumento dos investimentos que entraram no mercado nas últimas 24 horas, o volume total de comércio diminuiu em 10 bilhões de dólares.

Isto, juntamente com o fato de que há uma divergência substancial do RSI no gráfico de preços Bitcoin neste momento, sugere que Bitcoin Revolution a atual tendência de alta está enfraquecendo e que a principal moeda criptográfica pode corrigir em breve.

Janeiro tem sido quase sempre uma época de baixa para o Bitcoin e o mercado de criptografia mais amplo, particularmente após o rally de final de 2017. É plausível que o rally atual possa proporcionar uma tentativa de aumentar a pressão de compra, ultrapassando os 30 mil dólares, para que os maiores investidores possam descarregar suas sacolas para os investidores varejistas logo após a entrada no novo ano.

Níveis de preços BTC a serem observados no curto prazo

No gráfico horário seguinte do BTC/USD, podemos ver que o nível de quebra que discutimos na última análise, cerca de $27.050 (linhas brancas tracejadas), foi atingido uma vez que o bitcoin rejeitou o padrão triangular descendente.

Esta resistência conseguiu manter os preços reprimidos por 3 horas até que os comerciantes em alta finalmente romperam e levaram a Bitcoin de volta para $28.000.

Os preços então começaram a estagnar em torno do nível de $28.400 antes de afundar para $27.300 durante o início do pregão europeu desta manhã (08:00-09:00 UTC).

Desde então, o ímpeto de alta retomou exatamente quando o pregão americano começou, tentando conduzir o principal criptograma acima de $29.000, a partir da escrita destas linhas.

Há, no entanto, uma forte divergência de baixa do RSI no gráfico de 4 horas e horário (linhas brancas) que destaca a atual tendência de alta pode estar ficando sem vapor. As divergências do RSI são normalmente indicações confiáveis de que uma tendência está prestes a se reverter.

Se isto ocorrer, estas principais áreas de apoio devem ajudar a obter algumas reações quando os ursos retomarem o controle do ativo.

  • (1) $28.400 – Barra verde superior e o máximo anterior de todos os tempos.
  • (2) $27.850 – próxima barra verde a partir do topo e do nível S/R chave.
  • (3) $27.300 – terceira barra verde.
  • (4) $26.750 – barra verde inferior.
  • (5) $26.300 – barra amarela.

What is the Ichimoku-Kinko-Hyo-Indicator?

A tool in the area of chart analysis is the Ichimoku-Kinko-Hyo-Indicator. It is also known as the Ichimoku cloud indicator and is used to estimate the market situation as well as possible supports and resistances. This article would like to introduce it in more detail.

The inclined reader has noticed it: The analyses by Thomas Hartmann, the head behind the trading school cryptologists, very often refer to the Ichimoku-Kinko-Hyo-Indicator. Certainly not everyone will be able to do anything with it. So this article will explain the indicator as we did with RSI and MACD at the time.

What is the Ichimoku-Kinko-Hyo-Indicator?

The Ichimoku-Kinko-Hyo-Indicator, also known as the Ichimoku Cloud, is an indicator that is used to identify market sentiment and important supports and/or resistances. It consists of various moving averages. This indicator was presented to the public in 1968 by the Japanese journalist Goichi Hosada. However, he has been working on this indicator together with students since the 1930s. Japanese traders and analysts quickly used this indicator. However, it took some time before it arrived in the West.

The picture above shows the chart candles and only the Ichimoku cloud. At first glance it is noticeable that the Ichimoku-Kinko-Hyo-Indicator is comparatively complex and consists of different partial lines. Let’s take a closer look at them!

Meaning of the individual lines

Dark blue is the Conversion Line, known in Japanese as Tenkan-sen. It is a kind of moving average in which the average is formed from the high of the last nine days and the low in the same period. Nine days is the default value, which will be discussed again later. The conversion line is a measure of the market trend. This function as a signal line is the primary use case. It is not a dominant support or resistance line.

Orange is the base line or in Japanese Kijun-sen. It is formed similarly to the Tenkan-Sen and is the average of the 26-day high and the 26-day low. The Kijun-Sen is therefore slower than the Tenkan-Sen. It can be used as a stop loss because it represents a support or a resistance. If the course is above the Kijun-Sen, it is a bullish signal, if it falls below it, it is a bearish signal.

Green is the Lagging Span or the Chikou Span. It simply represents the price or the close values of the day candles, but the values are shifted by 26 days into the past. So the Chikou Span on July 9th is as high as today’s Close-value.

The Kumo Cloud: The Heart of the Ichimoku Kinko-Hyo Indicator
The red, green colored area in the chart is striking. It is also the most famous part of the Ichimoku cloud. This cloud is on the one hand a signal generator. If the price is above the cloud, the general trend is bullish and a price below the cumo cloud is bearish. If the price is within the cloud, the price is currently moving sideways.

Specifically, two lines form the kumo cloud, the violet line and the red line in the chart. These lines are also partial indicators.

Violet is the lead 1, also known as Senko Span A. The value is calculated as an average of Tenkan-Sen and Kijun-Sen and entered in the chart with an offset of 26 days. This means that the Senko Span A reaches 26 days into the future. The Senko Span A forms part of the limit for the so-called Kumo cloud.

Finally, red is the lead 2. Analogous to lead 1, this is also known under the term Senko Span B. Similar to Tenkan-Sen and Kijun-Sen, this is an average of the maximum of the last 52 days and the minimum in the same period. Like the Senko Span A, this partial indicator is entered in the chart with an offset of 26 days. Together with this, the Senko Span B forms the edge for the Kumo cloud.

If Lead 1 rises above Lead 2, the upward movement gains momentum, if Lead 1 falls below Lead 2, the same applies to the downward movement. For this reason, the cloud is green in the first case and red in the second.