An important crypto analyst said that a deep Bitcoin price pullback is one of the best case scenarios for BTC in 2024. Check out the latest reports about the matter below.

Bitcoin to see huge gains

According to a popular trader, a significant drop in the price of Bitcoin (BTC) could lead to substantial gains for the cryptocurrency in the upcoming months.

Analyst Kevin Svenson recently shared with his 130,500 followers on the social media platform X that if Bitcoin tests its previous resistance level of $31,000 and holds it as a support level, this would be a positive long-term signal for BTC.

Svenson believes that this correction could pave the way for a sustainable rally next year.

“Bitcoin – Retesting Breakout Zone (Scenario):

Contrary to what you might think, the chart depiction below represents one of the best-case scenarios.

It allows indicators to reset, generates constructive price action, and sets the stage for a strong launch into 2024…

What is this chart really saying? It’s saying uptrend and bullish into 2024. I really don’t care about a possible dip. It’s just a buying opportunity.”

According to Svenson’s chart, Bitcoin is expected to reach the $31,000 level twice by the end of this year before surging to nearly $40,000 at the beginning of 2024.

The analyst also presents a realistic long-term scenario for Bitcoin, revealing a chart that shows the digital currency rallying above $125,000 in early 2025.

As of writing, Bitcoin is valued at $36,367, and if it reaches Svenson’s long-term target, it could potentially rise by more than 243%.

In other news, during a recent strategy session, the host of InvestAnswers addressed his 452,000 YouTube subscribers stating that the king of cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin (BTC), is in the initial stages of a parabolic move to the upside.

According to him, this is partially being driven by the poor financial decisions of governments.

The strategist referred to a chart created by crypto analyst Titan of Crypto and advised investors not to expect another black swan event to occur, which would bring the prices down again.

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