Analyst nails Bitcoin monthly close 2 months running — His October target is $63K
Bitcoin price action exactly conforms to PlanB’s predictions for a second time, and if history repeats itself, BTC/USD should be at $63,000 by the end of the month. Bitcoin (BTC) was keen to retain $44,000 on Oct. 1 as the monthly close sparked a late show of strength.
BTC monthly close matches PlanB’s prediction
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView followed BTC/USD as it first returned to the $44,000 mark Thursday, then test lower levels before heading even higher.
While still not tackling resistance at $45,000 and higher, Bitcoin did not disappoint with its end-of-month performance, this almost exactly matching predictions from stock-to-flow model creator PlanB for a second month running.
With $63,000 now planned for October, expectations were high for Bitcoin to make up for lost ground going into Q4.
“September was bad. October is great. November is great. December is great,” Cointelegraph contributor Michaël van de Poppe summarized, telling Twitter followers.
Van de Poppe highlighted historical performance across various months each year, something which Cointelegraph previously noted all but consigned September to be a “boring” 30 days.
Others, however, were more cautious. In its latest market update, crypto trading firm QCP Capital said that it would remain cautious in its approach to the market as a whole.