The leading cryptocurrency by market cap has only been around for just over a decade. Due to this, there isn’t much history in Bitcoin price charts to attempt to discover historical repeating patterns that can be used to help determine future movements.
The best example of a previous bear into bull market cycle playing out, can be found in the charts of the 2014-2015 bear market bottom, where the price of Bitcoin bounced hard into a new bull market after the final capitulation candle occurred. According to an inverse Bitcoin price chart, the current bear market bottom transforming into a bull market pattern is closely following a fractal from the 2014-2015 bear market, and it could help crypto analysts predict the upcoming price action as bullish momentum picks up steam.
Last Bear Cycle Fractal Shows Bitcoin Price Has More Runway Ahead
When there’s an air of bias across the market, either due to extreme FUD or FOMO, many crypto analysts and traders will flip a price chart upside down, in order to remove any preconceived bias from their analysis. These inverse price charts can often lead to the discover of new patterns.
In a pair of inverse Bitcoin price charts