Price Analysis 10/26: Btc, Eth, Xrp, Bch, Link, Bnb, Dot, Ltc, Bsv, Ada

Tuesday 27 October 2020, 7:34 AM AEST - 1 month ago

Morgan Creek Digital co-founder Anthony Pompliano highlighted data from Santiment, which showed that the 30-day rolling correlation between Bitcoin (BTC) and the S&P 500 is 0. Pomp stressed that the lack of correlation shows that Bitcoin is a store of value.

Along with that, Bitcoin has also outperformed most traditional asset classes such as gold, the S&P 500, crude oil, and the U.S. dollar since the sector wide crash that took place in March when coronavirus fears reached a peak.

301e5ae8-6ae0-4da6-9c90-97fcd2a3c09e.pngDaily cryptocurrency market performance. Source: Coin360

Abra Co-founder and CEO Bill Barhydt recently said that Bitcoin is the single best investment opportunity in the world right now and he has substantially increased his Bitcoin holdings in the past few days. After the recent purchase, about 50% of Barhydts total investment portfolio is now held in Bitcoin.

Is Bitcoin likely to resume its uptrend or will it take a pause and consolidate for a few days before starting the next trending move? Lets analyze the charts of the top-10 cryptocurrencies to find out.


The bulls are struggling to propel Bitcoin (BTC) above the $13,200–$13,343.66 resistance zone. This suggests that after the initial frenzy, buying has dried up at higher levels.

a960ab74-7e84-40ad-8782-931977a1fc61.pngBTC/USD daily chart. Source: TradingView

The failure to sustain above $13,200 could attract profit booking by the short-term traders that may result in a pullback to the $12,460–$12,050 support zone.

However, the upsloping moving averages and the relative strength index in the overboug ...

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