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Bitcoin Price: Legendary Trader John Bollinger Eyes ‘Upper Band’ Breakout

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Mon, 18/09/2023 - 18:16
Bitcoin Price: Legendary Trader John Bollinger Eyes ‘Upper Band’ Breakout
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Bitcoin is once again capturing the attention of renowned trader John Bollinger, who sees potential for a bullish trend. On Monday, the digital asset reclaimed its $27,000 price point, but it is yet to be seen whether this is the start of another rally. 

Understanding the Bollinger Bands

Bollinger, famous for developing the 'Bollinger Bands,' a set of trend lines plotted in and around the price structure of a traded asset, took to Twitter to discuss Bitcoin's recent price movement. 

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Bollinger Bands are primarily used to measure the market's highness or lowness relative to previous trades. "And there is the first tag of the upper Bollinger Band after a new set of controlling bars was established at the lower band. The question is now can we do a walk up the upper band? Too early to answer," tweeted Bollinger. This analysis suggests a tentative optimism; the Bitcoin price tag on the upper Bollinger Band could indicate a potential upward trend, but Bollinger remains cautious. 

https://twitter.com/bbands/status/1703808620105023745

Bitcoin reclaims $27,000

CoinGecko data showed that Bitcoin's price reached $27,000 and its market dominance crossed the 50% threshold on Monday. This marks a substantial shift in market dynamics, particularly as many altcoins are either stagnant or declining in value. Although Bitcoin's price is still 4.5% below its June high and 22.5% down from its January peak, it has shown resilience compared to other cryptocurrencies. Ethereum, its closest competitor, is slightly underperforming despite the recent upgrade buzz.   

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