I have a question. It starts with a sentence: Bitcoin Price Looks North After Passing $6.4K Resistance. What does 'look north' mean in this sentence?

Below is the URL if you wish to read more about the article to understand the word. https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-indicator-turns-bullish-for-first-time-in-8-months/


It means "Bitcoin's price is predicted to continue going up."

North is at the top of (most) maps, and higher values are (generally) at the top of graphs. Looks xxx is way of saying "looks like it will move in the direction of xxx."

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