While watching tennis on April 17, I caught a ‘too good to be true moment.’ What was it? A Coinbase commercial. The commercial included the price history and an actual projection (of course much higher) of Bitcoin. Frankly, I couldn’t even believe this was legal, because the commercial showed Bitcoin soaring from 58,000 to infinity.
I took a picture of my TV screen and commented on it in the Profit Radar Report (you can watch the full commercial here, the projection to infinity is shown at second 16).
Here is what I wrote about that in the April 25 Profit Radar Report:
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“What captured my attention is that the commercial actually projected the price of bitcoin going through the roof, which of course activated my contrarian antennae. The chart insert shows the price of Coinbase since going public (down 23.6%).
Short-term, Bitcoin Futures are at support (around 47,500) with RSI-2 over-sold. This support may spark a bounce and a drop below support is needed for lower price targets.”
The chart below shows that Bitcoin first bounced from support but eventually that support failed and led to much lower prices. One down side target was the 161.8% Fibonacci extension at 30,574, which was reached on May 19.
As Bitcoin dove towards 30,000, it also fell more than 50% below its 50-day SMA, which doesn’t happen often.
The orange lines below highlight other times Bitcoin traded more than 50% below its 50-day SMA. This kind of ‘oversoldness’ always led to a rally, although In 2018 that rally was brief.
In Summary, there was extreme Bitcoin euphoria around 60,000 and a possible ‘washout’ event around 30,000. It’s quite possible that price will trade in that range for a while as emotions recalibrate.
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