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Bitcoin Cash retests a support zone as bulls look to push prices above…

Bitcoin Cash has posted decent gains recently and climbed from $104 to $116 over the past week. At press time, the technical indicators showed the sentiment began to shift to bearish. However, the price action revealed Bitcoin Cash still held on to a zone of support where demand can arrive in the coming hours.

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Disclaimer: The findings of the following analysis are the sole opinions of the writer and should not be considered investment advice

  • Although the higher timeframe market structure was bearish, a move upward could materialize for Bitcoin Cash
  • The $110 region has been an area to watch out for in the past two weeks

Bitcoin was back at the $20.2k mark at the time of writing. This represented a short-term support zone for the king of crypto. In a similar vein, Bitcoin Cash also pulled back to a bullish order block.


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The revisit to this short-term zone could see demand arrive for BCH and drive prices higher. Yet, the higher timeframe bias continued to be bearish. Hence, lower timeframe bulls can look to book profits quickly.

Bitcoin Cash breaks out past a two-week range but capital flow appeared to have reversed

Bitcoin Cash retests a support zone as bulls look to push prices to above $120

Source: BCH/USDT on TradingView

Bitcoin Cash had a rather bullish outlook on the lower timeframe price charts. The price slipped beneath the $112.5 support level two weeks ago.

During this period it formed a range between $112 and $104. The descent to $104 was also a move beneath a descending triangle, and bears had some justification for expecting a greater drop in prices.

That did not materialize. Instead, after the range formation, the past few days of trading saw Bitcoin Cash surge past the range highs. At press time, the $112 area was also retested as support. A lower timeframe bullish order block was present near this key level, and marked in cyan.

Therefore, buyers can use this pullback to buy Bitcoin Cash. To the north, significant resistance lies at $120.5 and $123.8. Bulls can look to book a profit here. Invalidation of this idea would be a 2-hour trading session close below $111.6.

Despite the bullish price action, the technical indicators did not agree with the findings. In fact, the RSI slipped below neutral 50 to show bearish momentum had some strength. The CMF also fell to -0.07 to indicate significant capital flow out of the market.

Bitcoin Funding creeps into positive territory once more

Bitcoin Cash retests a support zone as bulls look to push prices to above $120

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From 22 October, the price saw a sharp bounce from the range lows to the $111 mark and forced its way higher as well. In the past few days, the funding rate on Binance, OKX, and Bybit has hovered more often around the positive territory.

Recent trading hours saw funding spike into positive territory. This showed that short-term market speculators were bullishly positioned.

Although the technical indicators showed the momentum could have shifted into bearish territory, other aspects of the analysis maintained a positive outlook.

The price action of Bitcoin Cash showed a low-risk buying opportunity at press time. If Bitcoin falls beneath $20k, the bullish stance can be reviewed once more.

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Akashnath is a Chemical Engineering graduate deeply fascinated by Technical Analysis and the crypto markets and enjoys studying price movements and trying to find patterns.

Disclaimer: AMBCrypto's content is meant to be informational in nature and should not be interpreted as investment advice. Trading, buying or selling cryptocurrencies should be considered a high-risk investment and every reader is advised to do their own research before making any decisions.