Bitcoin Oversold, Resistance at $33K-$35K

Bitcoin (BTC) bounced toward $30,000 on Friday as buyers reacted to oversold conditions. Still, any upside appears to be limited, and the cryptocurrency could face resistance at $33,000 and $35,000.

Momentum signals remain negative on the daily, weekly and monthly charts, which typically leads to a period of low or negative returns. 

Further, BTC is on track for its first-ever consecutive seven-week decline, according to Coinbase price data provided by TradingView, dating back to 2014. That's also a sign of negative price momentum.

For now, BTC is approaching lower support near its 200-week moving average, which is now at $21,800. 

Immediate support is between $27,000 and $30,000, which could stabilize price action over the next few days.

Also, on Thursday, short-term countertrend signals appeared on the charts, which typically leads to a brief price bounce.

The relative strength index (RSI) on the weekly chart is the most oversold since March 2020, although strong resistance and negative momentum suggests limited upside over the next few months.

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