Bitcoin’s Lower Highs

Bitcoin Lower High
BTC’S LOWER HIGHS
20.02.2019
A SERIES OF LOWER HIGHS SINCE ATH
CHRISTIAN OTT
AUTHOR
Introduction
The ongoing bear market for Bitcoin has revealed a very interesting pattern for the biggest cryptocurrency. Ever since its all-time high, Bitcoin has had rallies upwards and downwards, but has continuously failed to produce higher highs. Each US Dollar high that followed after 20k USD was placed lower than the previous one. Since December 2017, Bitcoin has repeated this pattern over and over again. I made a list of Bitcoin’s lower highs, that you can find below:
4,415 USD29.11.20184,239 USD24.12.20184,115 USD08.01.201919,892 USD17.12.201717,178 USD05.01.201812,986 USD20.01.201811,775 USD20.02.20189,948 USD05.05.20188,488 USD24.07.20187,402 USD04.09.20186,823 USD22.09.20186,810 USD15.10.2018
Conclusion
As the numbers show, Bitcoin’s price produced lower high after lower high after lower high. Some of the lower highs came very close to the previous high but couldn’t manage to rise above. Therefore, I would expect the first higher high since Bitcoin’s all-time high to have a significant effect on the market. The question is just – when will we see this higher high? Can we see it tomorrow? Possible. Can it take a couple more months and more lower highs until we see a higher high? Absolutely. However, with the Bitcoin price going lower and the margin between previous lower highs getting smaller, I expect this pattern to come to an end in a not so distant future.