Bitcoin SV, Filecoin, Ontology Price Analysis: 31 October

Saturday 31 October 2020, 10:23 PM AEST - 2 months ago

Bitcoin defended $13,200 and was trading at $13,486 at the time of writing. The situation for altcoins was decidedly less bullish as most of the rest of the market saw losses and could have further downward to go. Bitcoin SV did not drop below $160 and could hint at recovery if it continued to hold above $160 in the coming days. Filecoin saw a pullback in the past few days but the formation of a higher low could encourage bulls. Ontology was trending downward and could post a small bounce before further losses.

Bitcoin SV [BSV] PA-2-BSVUSDT-2.pngSource: BSV/USDT on TradingView

Bitcoin SV was bearish in the short term, however, the important level at $160 was not yet breached.

The OBV showed the two possible directions for the market. A break above the descending trendline on OBV would signal bullish strength, while a break below the flat trendline would signal bears were in control of the market.

The level at $170 could be pivotal for BSV. A break below $160 could signal a break to the downside, while a break above $170 could signal bullishness, with good trading volume a necessity for either move to be considered strong.

Filecoin [FIL] PA-2-FILUSDT.pngSource: FIL/USDT on TradingView

Over the past week, FIL appeared to be setting a higher low. The previous low was at $20.5 and the past couple of days saw a new low set at $28.8. This could be a signal of a short-term rally for FIL that could extend into next week.

The coming hours could see further losses, and a close beneath $28.5 may see the asset approach $26.

The 20 SMA (white) was moving beneath the 50 SMA (yellow), and the Parabolic SAR also gave a sell signal on the 1-h chart.

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