Bitcoin price is bearish below $8,000 and the BTCUSD pair remains at a risk of an extended decline towards the $7,500 weekly target.
Bitcoin Price Medium-Term Analysis
Last week, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) was in a bearish trend following a decline from the $8,500 level. The bears broke the $8,300 and $8,200 support levels to enter a bearish trend zone. On September 6, the bearish pressure intensified as Bitcoin price dived below the critical support level $8,000 to form a new weekly low near $7,770 level.
Bitcoin price is trading below the 9-day and 21-day Moving Averages (MA) at $7,947 as at the time of writing.
On the upside, if more buyers emerge, the crypto’s price will rise and retest the $8,000 price level. Conversely, if the downside momentum continues, the next target for the bears will be $7,500.
Meanwhile, the Moving Averages Convergence Divergence (MACD) line and the signal line are below the zero line which indicates a sell signal.
BTCUSD Price Short-term Analysis
On the 1-hour chart, BTCUSD price is in a bearish trend while trading below the $8,000 level. If the crypto’s price fails to move up; we may see extend declines below the $7,750 and $7,650 support levels. However, if buyers can reinforce and power the market, traders can expect face resistance near $8,000 or $8,050 levels.
The BTC price is now facing resistance at the $7,990 price level. Meanwhile, the MACD line and the signal line are above the zero line which indicates a buy signal.
- Resistance Levels: $7,990, $8,000 $8,050
- Support levels: $7,770, $7,750, $7,500
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