‘Uptober is Again’ – CryptoKaleo’s Bitcoin Worth Prediction as Month-to-month Flips Inexperienced


Dealer CryptoKaleo tweeted ‘Uptober is again’ to his half one million followers because the Bitcoin worth pumped again over $19,500 right now – recovering the weekly and month-to-month open.

For almost all of October, the month-to-month candle was purple – final week’s candle closed within the purple, and most of this week has seen the Bitcoin worth commerce below the weekly open – roughly $19,250.

As quickly as that weekly open was reclaimed, the Bitcoin worth spiked as much as additionally reclaim the month-to-month open – simply over $19,400.

CryptoKaleo Bitcoin Worth Prediction

CryptoKaleo has been optimistic Bitcoin can get well to the $28,000 – $30,000 degree that was misplaced in June – amid FUD over Celsius being liquidated, the Three Arrows Capital debacle, and extra ‘crypto contagion’ that noticed the Bitcoin worth crash to a yearly low of $17,500 on June 18th.

On September 4th, @CryptoKaleo tweeted ‘28K earlier than you suppose‘.

Whereas that Bitcoin worth prediction is but to play out, he has doubled down this week tweeting ‘I nonetheless imagine the underside is in‘ based mostly on the final crypto bull run’s all time excessive versus the prior bull cycle ATH.

His historic Bitcoin worth chart above (an inverted chart) compares the distribution cycle of 2018, and the buildup cycle that adopted, to the size of time the Bitcoin worth has spent across the $20,000 degree – now round 132 days.

He predicts a mark up is ‘imminent‘.

Merchants Lengthy Bitcoin

Analysts within the Jacob Crypto Bury Discord server additionally longed Bitcoin when the weekly open was reclaimed, and sentiment turned bullish throughout Twitter.

The Bitcoin worth then recovered again above the month-to-month open open inside the house of 1 5 minute candle.

At press time the Bitcoin worth has hit an intraday excessive of $19,650 – not far off Elon Musk’s BTC worth prediction of $20,000 earlier this month shortly earlier than the CPI print.

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