A popular crypto analyst is looking into the US Dollar Index (DXY), an indicator of the strength of the US dollar.
Crypto analyst Justin Bennett tells his 110,500 Twitter followers that the higher-than-expected unemployment rates in the US should be bearish for the DXY and bullish for crypto.
“A significant drop from the DXY following higher-than-forecast unemployment.
A daily close below 111.80 would be bearish going into next week (bullish for crypto).
Looking at the charts today, Bennett tells his followers that the hourly DXY chart confirms a “fakeout.”
“The hourly DXY chart shows a confirmed fakeout earlier in the session.
Still clinging to 111.80 for now, though.”
Bennett goes deeper into how exactly DXY levels are going to affect crypto assets like Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).
“I can’t stress enough how significant 109.30 will be for the DXY next week.
The confluence there is massive.
2022 trend line, descending channel support, and key monthly level.
Close below = extended crypto rally
Bounce aggressively = crypto pullback.”
Lastly, the trader looks at popular memecoin Dogecoin (DOGE) which has been rallying lately because of Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter.
“If DOGE can reclaim this area, we will likely see that next leg up begin.”
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