The price of Bitcoin Cash has declined and moved near the $900 support level against the USD. Currently, there is a bearish trendline that has formed resistance at $990. The trading pair is correcting higher but sellers may gather momentum near $990. The decline below $1,000 was shocking even if the price was able to correct higher by a few points.
BCH Price Trend
On the Bitcoin Cash chart, there is a downside slope from the resistance at $1,200. The trading pair declined further and broke two supports at $1,100 and $1,050. Also, the pair took a break and closed lower than the $1,000 level. After that, Bitcoin Cash traded lower toward the support level at $900 before the buyers gained momentum. It formed a low around $895 and started a minor correction rally afterwards.
Currently, the Bitcoin Cash to USD pair is trading above the 23.6% fib level from the last wave from $1,035 to $895. Unfortunately, the pair is still facing many hurdles on the upside around the $950 and $990 price levels. There is a significant bearish trendline that has formed with resistance at the $990 level on the hourly chart. To prevent any upside move, the 50% fib level from the $1,035 to $895 decline is capped at $965. So, even if the price attempts an upward correction, it will most likely be stopped by sellers around $950 and $990.
From the price chart it’s safe to say that the Bitcoin Cash to USD trading pair is on a downtrend and even if a recovery is attempted, the sellers may gain momentum below $1,000. From the downside, there is support near the $920, $900, and, $850.
The technical indicators show that the hourly MACD is entering into the bullish zone slowly while the relative strength index is near 50. The significant support level is $900 while the significant resistance level is $990.
The next few trading sessions are crucial to the short-term progress of Bitcoin Cash.