The Last Time Volatility Was This Low Bitcoin Went On to Rally by $2K

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The fifth upright week results, bitcoin to be sealed in a low-volatility squeeze identical to one discerned along of an abrupt $2,350 comeback in October 2019.

As cryptocurrency has bounced over 4% within 24 hours, prices still persist tangled among $9,000 and $10,000. According to CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Price Index,  the top cryptocurrency by market value has devoured the adequate portion of the recent months trading.

As of continual absence of clear directional prejudice, the Bollinger bandwidth, a price volatility record, has dwindled to 0.08, the deepest level as of October 2019.

Bollinger bands are spotted two regular variations within 20-day striding ordinary (MA) of price. 

Commencing from Sept. 26, 2019 Bitcoin noticed a debate in the spectrum of $7,700–$8,600 for about three weeks. October 17 results, the volatility chop down, the Bollinger bandwidth dwindled to 0.08. 

According to technical analysis theory a protracted interval of low-volatility unification always paves the path for a massive stir in guidance. 

As on October 22-23 the cryptocurrency underwent a slight decrease from $8,000 to $7,300 on only to increase  $10,350 by Oct. 26. Virtually, rates bounced by $2,350 in the nine days pursuing the volatility gauge’s fall to 0.08.

January 2020 results the abrupt hight in prices seen and  April 2019 were both gone in advance by a decline in bandwidth to below 0.10.

As of options market data Additional, investors glance to be expanding stakes to situation for a comeback in the cryptocurrency,. 

According to Chris Thomas, head of digital assets at Swissquote Bank.

“The Chicago Mercantile Exchange appears to be stepping up its options presence as we’re seeing some larger orders come into the market with mainly call buying from 11k-13k one to three months forward,” said