Some Experts Predict Bitcoin Price Plunge $10K by 2023 | Russia Ukraine Conflict Hit Fear Greed Index Hard
Russia Ukraine conflict is adding to impulses of fear and greed in the current market, more details below. Meanwhile experts are chiming in and predicting just how low Bitcoin could go.
Stifel’s Barry Bannister recently predicted that Bitcoin could plunge by 76% to $10,000 by 2023. Agreeing with the headwinds that Bitcoin faces in terms of monetary outlook, Gareth Soloway, President and CFO of InTheMoneyStocks.com, is also placing his high-end target for Bitcoin at $20K. During a recent podcast, he added,
“Bitcoin kind of is a risk on assets so it’s treated like a tech stock, so very likely you will see further downside, I’ll start nibbling on a longer-term entry for Bitcoin when it gets to 20K and then I’ll just kind of keep buying all the way down. “
At press time, Bitcoin was well under the important psychological level of $40,000. On 26 February as well, Bitcoin was unable to sustain its recovery after briefly breaching the level amid the ongoing market risks.
What does the RSI say?
Looking at the 14-day Relative Strength Index (RSI) to understand Bitcoin’s momentum, one can figure out a lot of things. Interestingly, the RSI was at its lowest point on 21 February on the daily chart. It has largely maintained the 45-level since.
Consequently, Bitcoin assumed a bearish trend. This essentially means that the likelihood of Bitcoin remaining in the oversold territory is looking higher in the near term.
Meanwhile, amidst the Ukraine-Russia conflict, the market seems to be in a state of fear. In fact, some investors have been giving in to panic-selling. Even so, long-term players have full faith in the king coin.
Bitcoin Fear and Greed Index is 26 — Fear
Current price: $39,087 pic.twitter.com/Yg3fPW0vcg
— Bitcoin Fear and Greed Index 🇺🇦 (@BitcoinFear) February 27, 2022
Having said that, the Average True Range (ATR) indicator continues to show high volatility in the asset’s movement. In light of that, Soloway also predicted that Bitcoin reaching its previously projected $100K level is unlikely unless “monetary supply all of a sudden starts to increase.”
Bitcoin, for instance, formed a head and shoulder pattern on its technical charts on 18 February. In this context, Soloway noted that if BTC breaks its resistance, an upside potential of $50,000 to $52,000 can be expected in the short term. On the contrary, the support will stand close to the $27,000 to $29,000 range.
“I do think you can get down to the previous all-time highs back in 2017 which is right around that 20,000 level.”
At the time of writing, BTC was changing hands at $37,878 after losing its value by 2.27% over the last 24 hours.