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Bitcoin traders’ BTC price dip targets now include $30.9K bottom


Bitcoin (BTC) circled $36,000 after the Nov. 16 Wall Street open as analysis hoped for a deeper BTC price comedown.

BTC/USD 1-day chart. Source: TradingView

Bitcoin traders map out likely bottoms

Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView followed a retracement from intraday highs of $36,600.

Having failed to establish a breakout beyond 18-month highs during the week, Bitcoin was uninspiring for market participants, some of whom hoped to see a fresh correction to retest lower levels.

“Would be happy to see this latest rally complete the round trip back to $35k. Would be even happier to see a retest of $33k,” monitoring resource Material Indicators wrote in part of the day’s X commentary.

A snapshot of BTC/USDT order book liquidity showed support building at $35,000.

BTC/USDT order book data. Source: Material Indicators/X

Continuing, Material Indicators co-founder Keith Alan added that Bitcoin’s rising 21-day simple moving average (SMA) had been functioning as support in recent days.

“BTC continues to fight for the range above $36.5k,” he commented.

“Local support is forming around the 21-Day MA which is currently around $35.7k. Which side do you think breaks first?”

BTC/USD 1-hour chart with 21-day MA. Source: TradingView

Popular trader Daan Crypto Trades likewise flagged $35,700 and $38,000 as the main downside and upside levels to watch, respectively.

Fellow trader Gaah, a contributor to on-chain analytics platform CryptoQuant, meanwhile warned that a steeper correction could take the market closer to $30,000.

“As expected $37k offers strong Resistance for Bitcoin price!” he told X subscribers alongside his latest analysis.

“The window for a larger correction to the bottom of the channel at $30.9k is still open as long as $37k continues to offer Resistance for the price.”

BTC/USD annotated chart. Source: Gaah/X

Bitcoin dominance returns to 7-day high

Striking a more optimistic tone, popular trader and analyst Credible Crypto, known for his bullish market takes in the current environment, saw potential for BTC price upside to reenter next.

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This was due to a marked pullback among altcoins, which underperformed compared to Bitcoin on the day.

Largest altcoin Ether (ETH) was down 3.8% in 24 hours at the time of writing, while XRP (XRP) was down 5% and Solana (SOL) nearly 11% lower.

“Pulled the reigns in on alts, I have a feeling $BTC is ready to do it’s thing,” Credible Crypto wrote in part of the day’s X posts.

Bitcoin’s crypto market cap dominance increased to hit one-week highs of 52.82%.

Bitcoin market cap dominance 1-day chart. Source: TradingView

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