(ETH) peaked at $4,027 on September 3, just below the current all-time record of $4,372. Sponsored
Although the coin
showing signs of weakness, it is still trading above the key support area of $3350.
The weekly chart shows that ETH has potentially formed
is considered a bearish formation. Sponsored Sponsored
on the MACD signal line is of particular concern, as it is often the catalyst for bearish trend reversals.
The nearest support area is at the $1950 level, formed by the re-test of the July lows.
New all-time high?
The daily chart shows that ETH struggled to break above the $3350 resistance area between August 9 and August 29. This area is the 0.618 fibonacci retracement resistance level and a horizontal resistance area.
While the RSI initially generated a bearish divergence (blue), its trendline was broken on August 31 when ETH managed to break out above this area. On September 4, it peaked at $4,027, slightly below its highest ever price of $4,372.
Since then, the token’s price has been falling, and the rate of decline accelerated on September 7. Despite the decline, ETH managed to stay above the $3,350 area, which is now expected to act as support. So far, ETH has bounced off this area, forming a long lower wick and also confirming the supertrend line (green icon).
is in wave five of a bullish impulse that will end just above $4,000. source: Twitter The
wave count suggests that ETH is in wave five of a bullish impulse that began on June 22. The most likely target for the top of the upward move is between $4070 and $4180. This target is located at the 1.61 outer fibonacci retracement level (black) and at the 0.618 level of the 1-3 wave length (orange).
A closer look at this move shows that the bullish impulse is probably over
There is a completed five-wave sub-wave in the fifth and final wave (red). Moreover, the ongoing decline looks impulsive.
Therefore, it is likely that ETH
will correct in the near future.
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