If there was any barrier sitting between Bitcoin and its all-time high, they don’t seem to be there anymore.
The last few weeks have encountered the flagship cryptocurrency in a tireless uptrend, setting one year-to-date high after another. On Wednesday, it achieved another mettle by jumping towards $18,500, a level it last touched in January 2018 during a corrective downtrend from $20,000.
But to some analysts, the ongoing Bitcoin price rally has risks written all over it. One of them—a TradingView.com-based pseudonymous chartist—discussed those bearish possibilities in a note published earlier Tuesday. He detailed them with three technical indicators, adding that they hint Bitcoin would fall to at least $13,868 in the coming sessions.
The TradingView …