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What’s happening now? Bitcoin futures fell to new lows following a near-term peak of 41,335 on June 15.
What does it mean? The decline is a final wave in a downtrend that began on April 14, when Bitcoin set a high of 65,520. It will be followed by an upward correction that will take back much of the decline since mid-April but will fall short of that all-time.
What’s the alternative? If the price moves above 65,520, then the decline that began April 14 was a correction within an ongoing uptrend.
What does Elliott wave theory say? By my principle count, the downtrend that began April 14 is wave 5 of Submicro degree with wave 1 of Micro degree, the beginning of a downtrend involving many larger degrees. Submicro 5 is the last waver in Micro 1, which will be followed by an upward correction, wave 2 of Micro degree, which will likely take the form of a Zigzag and will recover a large portion of the decline from April 14. Micro 2 will in turn be followed by an energetic 3rd wave decline.
By the alternative count, the decline from April 14 is a downward correction, perhaps wave 4 of Subminuette degree, within a rising wave 5 of Minuette degree.
Learning and other resources. See the menu page Analytical Methods for a rundown on where to go for information on Elliott wave analysis.
By Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, June 22, 2021
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