Yesterday’s Bitcoin chart showed a support level at the $8755 value area, which is a very strong support zone for Bitcoin because that level is a natural middle harmonic price level. So far, so good. It has held. And at the time of writing this article, Bitcoin has jumped nicely back into the $9,000 value area, but right up in front of us is some trouble.

Yesterday’s Renko Chart

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Price is holding nicely above the $8755 zone and it is reacting positively to higher prices.

Today’s Gann Geometry Chart

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There is some danger here on this chart. The 4 Hour candlestick still has about 3 hours to close (it’s 1600 CST at the time of writing this article), but the volume is significant when compared to the previous 4 hours. Three key resistance zones right in front of us are:

  1. Resistance at the 1×8 Gann Angle (thin blue diagonal line).
  2. Resistance at the %50 Fibonacci retracement level.
  3. Resistance at the previous swing high (9800 value area).

This is a trifecta of difficulty that Bitcoin needs to thoroughly advance through for us to consider higher prices forming over the next week and certainly through the weekend. The $10,000 value area will be a tough nut to crack… maybe. There is some sneaky sneak activity on the volume profile which shows there is very little price history traded in the $10k zone. This indicates, to me, that price will fly through that zone once it gets to $10k with the first resistance zone near $11,4000. $11,400 is the new area where the scared and frightened previous buyers will step in en mass. And higher than that we will see more FOMO traders lifting prices up.