Bitcoin [BTC/USD] Price Analysis: Prices side with bulls in short-term, long-term still in turmoil

Bitcoin [BTC] briefly broke the $4,000 sentiment level yesterday. However, it dipped back and was trading at $3,966 at press time. The market cap of Bitcoin was hovering around $70 billion, with a 24-hour trading volume of $9.19 billion.
Most of the trading volume of Bitcoin usually comes from BitMEX exchange via the trade of Bitcoin perpetual contracts against the US Dollar. However, the trading volume of BTC contributed by BitMEX has reduced in recent weeks as it contributed only $469 million, which is 4% of the total Bitcoin trade volume.
FCoin exchange is the top contributor as it contributed $644 million in terms of trading volume via the trading pair ETH/BTC, which is 5.50% of the total trading volume.
Source: TradingView
Bitcoin, on the one-hour chart, showed an uptrend that extended from $3,689 to $3,957, while the downtrend extended from $4,163 to $4,039. The prices were testing the immediate support at $3,953. Subsequent supports were seen at $3,848 and $3,696.
The Parabolic SAR markers spawned below the price candles and indicated that the price trend reversed and was headed upwards, whixh was a bullish signal.
The MACD indicator showed a bullish crossover below the zero-line. The MACD histogram on the one-hour chart showed green bars developing in tandem with the crossover.
The Relative Strength Index hit the 60-line and started its descent and was at the 50-line at press time, indicating an equal momentum between the sellers and the buyers.
Source: TradingView
The one-day chart of Bitcoin showed no signs of an uptrend, however, the downtrend extended from $9,800 to $4,056. The price of BTC bounced off the support at $3,189 on December 15, 2018. The immediate resistance was at $4,056, and subsequent resistance points were at $7,641, and $9,800.
The Aroon indicator showed the Aroon up line and Aroon down line collapsing. This indicated a consolidation movement that BTC was undergoing at press time.
The Stochastic RSI hit the oversold zone and showed a collapsing trend, which passed below the 50-line. This presented a bearish movement for Bitcoin in the longer timeframe.
The Chaikin Money Flow showed a rising trend, which meant that the money flowing into the Bitcoin market was high.
The one-hour chart showed a bullish trend for Bitcoin, which was confirmed by the Parabolic SAR, MACD, and RSI indicators. Unlike the one-hour chart, the one-day chart showed a consolidation phase for Bitcoin as indicated by Aroon, Stochastic RS, and CMF indicators.
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