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Bitcoin has fallen below $9,000 for the first time in two weeks after breaching its 200-day moving average, which had been seen as a price support by some traders using technical analysis.
Bitcoin looks on track to produce a bullish long-term signal not seen in 3.5 years.
Bitcoin has been tiptoeing along key support, but evaporating bullish sentiment may see prices roll over to levels below $9,000.
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Bitcoin's struggle for a bullish breakout continues with a falling trendline capping gains for the fifth time in 11 days.
The number of bitcoin addresses holding more than 1,000 BTC has grown in the past 12 months, possibly reflecting an influx of wealthy investors.
Bitcoin logged double-digit gains in October, outperforming gold for the first time for months.
The widely tracked 200-day average continues to restrict losses in bitcoin and may catapult prices to $9,600.