Bitcoin will ‘teleport’ to $14K or worse if BTC breaks $16K — analyst

Bitcoin (BTC) hovered above $16,000 around the November. 28 Wall Street open as analysts diverged around the next market move.

BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

Bitcoin place cost near key support

Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD maintaining the $16,000 support level during the time of writing among misgivings over China’s effect on risk assets.

Following a modestly greater weekly close, the happy couple still lacked volatility as you commentator cautioned of the “teleport” toward $12,000 should $16,000 break.

“When it breaks below 16k, it teleports to 12k-14k,” Il Capo of Crypto was adamant.

Popular Twitter account Credible Crypto queried in which the volatility choose to go, while Crypto Tony likewise identified $16,000 like a line within the sand for their own buying and selling strategy.

“Finally some movement .. Stop-loss firmly remains at $16,000, and can close if hit to check out shorts when we start to shut underneath the support zone and switch into resistance,” a part of a tweet read at the time.

BTC/USD annotated chart. Source: Crypto Tony/ Twitter

Fellow trader Pentoshi meanwhile centered on macro triggers as China anti-COVID protests considered on sentiment.

The S&ampP 500, he predicted, was due a rejection next, setting a dark tone for any lengthy-term downtrend to carry on.

S&ampP 500 1-week candle chart. Source: TradingView

$19,500 turn into new BTC cost ceiling

Others came focus on the approaching monthly close among too little catalysts elsewhere at the beginning of a few days.

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Beyond an origin of potential volatility, trader and analyst Rekt Capital noted that Bitcoin’s monthly closing cost would determine its longer-term cost range.

“When BTC lost the ~$19500 level as support… It broke lower in to the ~$13900-$19500 Monthly Range,” he described at the time.

“Monthly Candle Close is on its way soon. A Regular Monthly Close below ~$19500 may likely read the ~$13900-$19500 Range since it’s new playground.”

BTC/USD annotated chart. Source: Rekt Capital/ Twitter

BTC/USD was lower around 21% for that month of November during the time of writing, marking its worst November performance since its last bear market year in 2018.

BTC/USD monthly returns chart (screenshot). Source: Coinglass

Cointelegraph formerly outlined potential bottom targets for that pair, included in this individuals according to performance during previous bear markets.

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