BTC continues to fail below $ 10k
Data from Coin360 and Cointelegraph Markets show that the BTC / USD pair touched a 12-day low at $ 9,485 on Monday. At the time of writing, the BTC price is struggling to find support at $ 9,500.
The latest bearish move follows a 4-day slide of Bitcoin – which peaked at $ 10,500 before facing strong resistance.
Weekly declines are currently around 3.5%, while Bitcoin's monthly profit is still quite strong at 7%.
As Toiyeubitcoin reported, the annual profit for Bitcoin investors remains intact at nearly 40%.
Last week, veteran trader Tone Vays said that $ 9,500 would represent an ideal range to place a Long position.
Strong bulls on long-term profits
Meanwhile, the short-term volatility has failed to beat some of the most famous Bitcoin bulls in the industry. Speaking in an interview over the weekend, TV host Max Keizer stated that he had “officially” increased the prospects for the BTC / USD pair for the first time since 2012.
Now, he said, Bitcoin will not stop at $ 100,000, but instead, it will quadruple that price to reach $ 400,000.
However, at the current price, Bitcoin still surpassed technical expectations for its average price before the halving event took place in May 2020.
According to estimates of the stock-to-flow model, which accurately predicted the price of BTC in history, the leading cryptocurrency will trade at an average of $ 8,600 until next May.
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