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These haven’t been the best days for the most famous digital currency. Bitcoin found a temporary low of $8,371 on March 9 and jumped above $9,000 in a convincing manner on March 11. Despite this, the corrective rally seems to have stalled over the past few days.

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The cryptocurrency has spent most of the last 48 hours moving in a sideways manner in the narrow range of $8,800-$9,400. Trading volume has dropped more than 50% since March 9, possibly indicating a lack of confidence among traders in the sustainability of the corrective move higher. Should bitcoin see a decisive move above $11,700, volumes are likely to climb.

The probability of bitcoin prices falling below $8,600 has increased. On the higher side, only a daily close above the 10-day moving average would signal bearish invalidation. A convincing break above $11,700 will signal a bearish-to-bullish trend change.

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