Bitcoin SV (BSV) Daily Price Forecast – February 18

 

BSV/USD Medium-term Trend: Ranging

Supply zones: $150, $200, $250
Demand zones: $50, $40, $30

BSVUSD continues in a range-bound market in its medium-term outlook. The bears managed a drop of the cryptocurrency to $60.00 in the demand area on 15th February. This was the low of the week as exhaustion sets in.

The bulls return was signaled by the bullish doji at $61.17. BSVUSD rose to $62.85 in the supply area over the weekend.

Today’s 4-hours opening candle is bullish as price has risen to $64.06 in the supply area. With price above the two EMAs crossover and the stochastic oscillator signal points up at 64%. It suggests that the bulls may control the range in the medium-term.

BSVUSD is in consolidation and trading between $68.00 in the upper supply area and at $60.00 in the lower demand area of the range. Traders should wait for a breakout at the upper supply area or breakdown at the lower area with a retest before a position is taking.

BSV/USD Short-term Trend: Ranging

The cryptocurrency is in consolidation in its short-term outlook. The strong bearish pressure was lost as price revolves around $61.00 in the demand area.

Today’s market opened bullish at $61.63 and BSVUSD rose to $64.06 in the supply area. Wicks were seen around the supply area which was a sign of exhaustion as price drops to $62.49 in the demand area.

BSVUSD is consolidation and trading between $64.00 in the upper supply area and at $61.00 in the lower demand area of the range. A breakout at the upper supply area may be considered for a long position after a retest while a breakdown at the lower demand area may be a short position with good bearish candlestick pattern as confirmation.

 

 

 

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