Is Bitcoin’s Rally Over? Top Analysts Predict Imminent Price Corrections

As Bitcoin navigates through significant price changes, varying analyses from crypto analysts have painted a diverse picture of its short-term trajectory.

A prominent crypto analyst, Ali, identified a sell signal on Bitcoin’s short-term charts using the TD Sequential indicator.

According to Ali’s analysis, the TD Sequential indicator suggested that Bitcoin’s current uptrend might be losing momentum. This could potentially lead to a correction over the next one to four candlesticks, particularly noticeable on the four-hour chart.

Diverging Bitcoin Views From Top Crypto Analysts

Contrasting this perspective, another prominent analyst, Rekt Capital, recently previous resistance levels.

This change has been marked by Bitcoin forming its first higher high since its drop to $56,000, as bull market despite periodic market attempts to unsettle investors.

The TD Sequential indicator’s sell signal comes as Bitcoin has shown a 7.6% increase over the past seven days, reaching a 24-hour high of $66,567 before retracing slightly to $65,592.

Bitcoin (BTC) price chart on TradingView

Rekt Capital noted the significance of the $60,000 support level, suggesting that maintaining this level is crucial for further positive momentum. He remarked that the recent breakout to $66,000 is a testament to how quickly market sentiment can shift toward a bullish trend.

The analyst disclosed:

The Bitcoin Bull Market is not over. But time and time again, the market will try to shake you out of your positions before you are able to profit significantly from them.

Insights From Galaxy CEO On BTC’s Future Trends

Meanwhile, Mike Novogratz of Galaxy Digital market landscape could change rapidly, especially with impending regulatory developments in the US.

Mike Novogratz further expanded on the macro view, suggesting that the next few months could be pivotal for the crypto market as it responds to new narratives and regulatory developments.

He also recently predicted that Bitcoin’s price will oscillate between $55,000 and $75,000 for some time, indicating a phase of consolidation before any major moves.

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