Bloomberg says a key indicator suggests Bitcoin\u2019s pullback is likely to continue.\r\n\r\nThe GTI global strength indicator, which is used to identify the strength of an asset\u2019s price by comparing the movement of the daily close, shows BTC is not yet in oversold territory.\r\n\r\nAnalyst Josh Rager says if BTC can\u2019t break through resistance at about $8,650, it could soon test support at around $8,100.\r\n\u201cIn my opinion, the best and wisest move is to continue to scale-in at major support areas. While many are now targeting $6,100 to $6,500 as the \u2018bottom\u2019 \u2013 I can certainly see this level be front-run like every other major target this year. Another potential opportunity to get <$8,000 BTC\u2026\r\nIf Bitcoin fails to break above the current level, we\u2019ll get another retest of the support below \u2013 which has bounced once and could hold.\r\nBut if this isn\u2019t a bear trap I do see price heading down to low $7,000\u2019s. Lots of buyers are waiting between $6,180 and $6,500.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe Altcoin Market Will Likely Suffer Another 20% Drop\r\nRager says that if Bitcoin does indeed slip into the $7,000s, he believes the altcoin market will likely suffer another 20% drop.\r\n\u201cAltcoins have seen more selling pressure after the breakdown of Bitcoin.\r\nPeople realize this isn\u2019t likely to be a quick \u2018v\u2019 reversal. I expect some alts to see new lows for this year against Bitcoin. [Altcoins] can lose 20%+ more as Bitcoin likely hits $7,000\u2019s again (weekly close will tell).\u201d\r\nAt the time of publishing, Bitcoin is back in the red. The leading cryptocurrency is down 2.11% at $8,357, according to COIN360.\r\n\r\nMost altcoins are also flashing red, with the exception of XRP and Stellar (XLM),\u00a0 up 1.48% and 7.78%, respectively.