Bitcoin is in a Descending Triangle Pattern, which is actually bullish!

By Doc | Doc | 13 Sep 2019

Bitcoin is in a Descending Triangle, but that is actually a bullish pattern

Bitcoin has been flagging for some time now, about 3 months to be precise.

During that process it has been seeing lower highs and lows that have pretty much stayed the same.

The price action resulting in something that looks a lot like a descending triangle:



A lot of chartists would say that is a bearish pattern, evidenced by the lower highs.

To further back their beliefs, they will point to what happened in late 2018, where bitcoin created a descending triangle for much of the second half of the year, only to see it break to the downside with a massive washout.

That plunge ended up putting in the lows (around $3k) before bitcoin eventually rounded out a bottom and worked its way back up.

Why do I say this is a bullish pattern then?

Well, it's pretty simple actually, that's what the facts support.

According to Bulkowski (the undisputed authority on chart patterns), **descending triangles break up 53% of the time.**

If this descending triangle pattern forms during an overall uptrend (like we have now) the **odds of breaking out to the upside go to 63%!**


That means there is only a 37% chance that prices break down from here.

Not sure about you, but that sounds like the odds are on our side for a continued move higher!

Stay informed my friends.


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