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Over the previous two weeks, Bitcoin's value has surged significantly. BTC has risen more than 24% since the week of March 18, 2022, to its current weekly high. For the first time in 2022, Bitcoin hit a new 2022 high and is expected to close above the January open.
- The performance of the Bitcoin price continues to astonish both bulls and bears.
- In the wake of Sunday's positive close, Monday's market movement continued that trend.
- Before Bitcoin's price rises further, traders and investors are watching for signs of a correction.
The price of Bitcoin is projected to decline, but it is not a foregone conclusion.
Over the past two weeks, Bitcoin's price has surged so dramatically that both bulls and bears foresee a reversal. However, it's possible that won't be the case. In the event that Bitcoin has a daily close that puts BTC in the black for 2022, this could prompt some huge institutional positioning. Bitcoin has already set fresh 2022 highs.
In January and July, institutions generally seek for yearly highs and lows to be established - if an instrument is trading above the January open, holdings are often added, supported, and bought. Positions are frequently sold and reduced if an instrument falls below the January open. It's not uncommon for organizations to change the way positions are managed after a ceiling is broken.
Also known as the "new bottom" for 2022, this means that if institutional investors behave and position themselves historically typical, Bitcoin's price may remain between $47,500 and $48,000 until July. In such situation, the $50,000 price zone would serve as the next point of resistance to test.
However, it is necessary to get official confirmation of a shift in the institution's attitude. This week is likely to see some profit taking in the Bitcoin price and the larger cryptocurrency market. The breakthrough of the bear flag around $44,725, where the daily Tenkan-Sen ad 61.8 percent Fibonacci retracement is currently in place, is where Bitcoin price is expected to recover.
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