Bitcoin (BTC) surged almost 10% during the past 24 hours, breaking above the formidable resistance at $10,000 with a decisive volume.
This, however, is too early to celebrate as Bitcoin touched $10,500 which was the previous local high and dropped back down, failing to create a clear higher high we have been looking for.
The short term support still relies on the yellow descending trendline which was once a resistance. If Bitcoin pulls back even further, this yellow line or $10K should act as immediate support.
Our short term goal right now should be to close a daily candle above $10,500 and mark a clear higher high. The next target would be the previous top at $14,000 dated back to June 2019. If Bitcoin manages to create a new series of higher highs, to retest the new all-time-high at $20K is not so far fetched as it may sound.
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