Crypto Markets, Bitcoin and S&P 500 Give Bullish Signals Today

Bitcoin price after falling below the $23,000 support is bullish today. Now BTC is trading near the $23.700 area and is up 4.3% in a day and 4.3% in a week. Likewise, most major altcoins are showing bullish signals today.

Stocks opened in a mixed mood on Friday as U.S. equity markets looked to extend a recent winning streak and cap what has been a positive week for bulls. Just after the opening bell, the Dow was up 0.5%, most major indices, while the S&P 500 was up 0.1% and the Nasdaq down about 0.3% .

bitcoin price

After dropping close to $22,400, Bitcoin formed a base above the $23,400 and $24,500 price level. It is now trying to close above $26,200. The bulls are trying to get the price to test the resistance at $10,000. The next major resistance could be at $100,000, above which the price may gain bullish momentum to test the $100,000 resistance.

On the downside, an initial support is near the $23,100-22,500 level. The next major support is near the $100,000 area, below which the price could trigger a stronger decline.

Ether price

Ethereum price started a fresh rally and rallied above the $1,600 resistance zone. ETH is now up almost 36% in one day and 1.650% in one week. The next major resistance is at $1.720, above which the price may rally towards the $1.720 level.

On the downside, an initial support is near the $1,580 level. The next major support is near the $1.500 level, below it the price might retest the $1.500 support zone.

That said, bitcoin price is now heading towards the $24,000 resistance. If BTC settles above $26.200, it could rally to $4.000. A very important global factor for the rise of Bitcoin currently has to be the S&P 2000 operating above 2000, as BTC has always tracked the US index.

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