As the month of December begins, investors and analysts are keeping a close watch on the king coin’s movements, in order to gauge the direction of the market. Well, in this regard, it would be interesting to know if Bitcoin actually encountered as much loss in November, as the market perceived it did.
Bitcoin investors not in loss?
$53k has been a critical level as both support and resistance since March. It has been tested multiple times and on the macro scale, it has, at times, shifted the course of BTC’s price action. Thus, Bitcoin’s bounce back from the same during the recent retest is a good sign for investors.
Bitcoin price action | Source: TradingView – AMBCrypto
This is so because November’s price action caused investors significant losses, pretty much equivalent to the March sell-offs.
Bitcoin realized profit/loss | Source: Glassnode
However, looking at the state of the supply held by short-term holders (STH) and long-term holders (LTH), the market actually appears to be in a healthier position in comparison to September when Bitcoin fell by almost 23% in two weeks.
Presently, of the 18% supply held by STHs, almost 50% of it is in profit. This marks a 60% increase in profits compared to September.
Similarly, timely sell-offs from LTHs allowed them to make the most of the $67.5k all-time high…