The past week was average for the cryptocurrency market. BTC price is still firmly over 11’000 USD but struggles to find the momentum to push even higher.
Traditional financial markets are in the meantime experiencing some volatility, mainly induced by the difficulties found by Democrats and Republicans in reaching a deal about an additional fiscal stimulus in the US. A rotation from tech stocks to other sectors seem also to start being in the realm of possibilities. This will represent an important development with respect to what we have seen since the lows of March. At the same time, it is eventually going to be interesting to see if BTC behave like a tech stock or not.
Overall, BTC performed better than top altcoins as represented by our indexes.
Looking at the last seven days’ prices, all the coins seem to be trading in the lower half of their price range apart from BNB and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
On a weekly basis, we can see how the top coins are approaching a negative setting in terms of moving averages’ difference, while RSI and MACD in particular are giving the opposite signal. The situation appears to be also worsening on a wider time horizon, with MACD in particular deteriorating for basically all the coins.
We proceed to have a look at the frequency distributions of the coins’ price in terms of satoshis to have a look at the relative performances. All the coins bar BCH and BNBare showing particular weakness with respect to BTC. On a wider period, the “strong” group is joined by XMR, Cardano (ADA), and Chainlink (LINK).
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