Bitcoin (Bitcoin (BTC)) fell sharply on Feb 17 and briefly traded below $40,000. Yet, it has jumpped afterward and is attempting to hold on above its bullish structure.

Bitcoin decreased considerably on Feb 17, forming a bearish engulfing candlestick in the process. The descending move occurred after a rejection from the $44,300-$45,000 horizontal resistance area. 

In addition to the significant drop, technical indicators are showing bearish signs. This is visible in the RSI (red icon), which has dropped below 50. The RSI is a momentum indicator and progresss below 50 are studied bearish.

BTC Range
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Short-term support

The six-hour chart shows which BTC is trying to hold on above an ascending support line that has been retained afterward Jan 24. A disruption below it would put the entire bullish structure in doubt. 

On another bearish note, BTC has failed to hold on above the minor $41,950 horizontal support field, that is now possible to act as resistance.

BTC Support
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A look at the two-hour chart does not show any bullish anomalies, which would be a sign which an ascending shift could likewise be on the horizon. Yet, it’s worth noting which the RSI has fallen into atopsold territory (green circle). The previous time this occurred, BTC created an influential local bottom.

Short-term
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BTC wave count analysis

Due to yesterday’s drop, the opportunity of the increase which began on Jan 24 being a five-wave ascending change is now at paramount risk.

The reason for this is that the rate is close to bresuchg down from the 1-2 trendline, that would inverify this diagram. 

additionally, if the ongoing decrease is the fourth wave (red), sub-waves A and C have had an exact 1:1 ratio (black). 

Therefore, a carry oned drop would suggest which the decrease is corrective instead.

BTC five wave count
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On the assumption that this occurs, the lengthy-term count would lean towards the entire evolution being part of a large symmetrical fourth wave triangle. 

In this rundown, BTC could fall towards $37,000 before climbing toward $50,000.

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While the ending diagonal probability is also credible, the sub-wave count is extremely irregular, casting influential doubt on its solidity. 

Diagonal
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