Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Market Strategist Sven Henrich Says Bitcoin (BTC) Could Fall to $6,400

Sven Henrich, the founder and lead market strategist at NorthmanTrader, has stated in his recent note that there is still a possibility for the price of Bitcoin (BTC), the largest cryptocurrency by market cap, to collapse.

He said it’s crucial for the flagship cryptocurrency to reach “sustained new highs” in February. Otherwise, Bitcoin could embark on another bearish reversal such as that of early 2018. So, Henrich targets a possible crash to $6,400 area in 2022.

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He further pointed out that if the structure takes the form of 2017 highs, it could well be the next target lower. Failure to hold that support, the confluence interjection of key trend lines may ultimately yield a target of around $6400 in 2022.

Although Bitcoin’s bull case still remains positive, Henrich believes that the leading cryptocurrency is moving closer to a critical point in the current bull cycle.

Bitcoin (BTC) Must Hit and Hold $45,000

According to Henrich, Bitcoin must convincingly break above $45,220 to gain a hold above the 3.618 Fibonacci level.

Market Strategist Sven Henrich Says Bitcoin (BTC) Could Fall to $6,400

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After finding support at the 2.618 Fibonacci level during the two latest price retracements, Bitcoin (BTC) could eventually lose it and face a huge price dip if it fails to attain a new all-time high soonest.

Extremely Similar To 2018 Bear Market

According to Henrich’s account, the current performance of Bitcoin is extremely similar to that of early 2018 when the king of coins was preparing for the historic bear market.

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As the market strategist stated, Bitcoin (BTC) is at risk of forming a monthly rejection candle and a lower high in the following month. Such a setup was effectively a death knell for Bitcoin’s previous bull run.

Henrich concluded that traders have to prepare for possible bearish divergence, even if Bitcoin manages to attain new highs.

Solomon Odunayo
Solomon has a growing passion for writing, this propelled him to keenly work on Eagles News Media for about two years before delving into the cryptocurrency and Blockchain industry he finds more interesting. He worked as a crypto Journalist and Editor at NewsLogical before joining Herald Sheets, owing to the priceless experience he has accumulated since he became a contributor in the crypto community.

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