OVERALL TREND We are still in a massive downtrend from the high on 17 December 2017 - see the blue .
Fib: the Fib starts at the recent high on 4 March and 5 March 2018 so that we are measuring the retracement from that high since 6 March 2018.
The price has cleary fallen below the 0.236 ($10,526.8) and 0.382 ($9,790) retracement. The current price ($8,650) is just above the very improtant ($8,600), which previously acted as support on 9 and 10 March 2018. If we close the day today below $8,600, then we are looking to $7,752.60 as support.
HOW LIKELY IS IT THAT WE DROP BELOW $8,600 TODAY?
MACD: On the , the (12) in crossed over below the Signal line (26) on 7 March 2018, and if you followed and shorted Bitcoin at the high of $10,899 on that day, you would have made a decent profit by now. Since then, the continues to go further below the Signal line, consistent with the price action (so that there is no ) and there is no sign of a reversal.
CCI (20): On the , the actually gave us a sell signal a day earlier than - it gave us the signal on 6 March 2018 when it dropped just below 0. On that day, the high was $11,411 - imagine having shorted Bitcoin then. Since then, it has gone further below 0 and there is no sign of a reversal.
RSI The is used as a measure as to whether Bitcoin is oversold or overbought only. Generally, below 30 indicates that it's oversold, above 70 indicates that it's overbought. You can see that on each occassion the dipped below 30 (14 September 2017) and recently on 5 February 2018, the price bounced. At the moment, the is at 36 and therefore there is no indication that there will be a bounce today.
Overall, we are likely to stay below $8,600 today, meaning that in the next few days, we will be trading between $7,752.60 and $8,600.
This is a analysis only, short term bounces above $8,600 may occur.