Weak stocks and fresh worries over Evergrande fail to keep Bitcoin down for long as $67,000 all-time highs reappear on the horizon.
Bitcoin (BTC) passed $66,000 again on Oct. 21 after fresh macro turbulence sparked a retest of previous all-time highs.
BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingViewEvergrande fails to hold Bitcoin bulls back
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD recovering from a dip to $64,000 overnight.
The move had come in step with a comedown in stocks, which were reacting to renewed concerns over Chinese property giant Evergrande.
Nonetheless, Bitcoin managed to preserve higher levels, resulting in only a brief trip below the $64,900 threshold, which had held as the BTC record since April this year.
#BTC successfully retested the orange area as support to reach a new All Time HighNow $BTC is dipping to turn its previous old All Time High into support (blue)#Crypto #Bitcoin pic.twitter.com/qJZnm8X387– Rekt Capital (@rektcapital) October 21, 2021
“Markets always go higher than the majority expects. Probably what will happen in coming months,” a still bullish Cointelegraph contributor Michael van de Poppe summarized to Twitter followers.
$75,000 next target
Wednesday, Oct. 20, saw new all-time highs of over $67,000 after a squeeze took BTC/USD $3,000 higher.
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The monthly candle for October, analysts noted, is already larger than the entire Bitcoin all-time high from December 2017.
“BTC is testing its old ATH for support,” Dutch crypto consultancy and education platform Eight wrote in its latest update on the day.
“If we bounce from here some levels to keep an eye on are around 75k, 87k, and 96k, derived from recent price action using the Fibonacci retracement tool.”
BTC/USD chart with Fibonacci levels. Source: Eight/TwitterAs Cointelegraph reported, Fibonacci is responsible for long-term BTC price findings, which currently put the peak of this cycle’s bull run at as much as $300,000. The trough, by contrast, could be anywhere from $47,000 to $60,000 — still an order of magnitude higher than last cycle’s $3,100 floor.