Ethereum (ETH) Price Analysis – Looking to Break This Trend Line
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Currently ETH/USD has been consolidating around this $200 level.
Once we break these trend lines that are shown, we will be moving up to the $300 range rather quickly. From there, I imagine we will consolidate before a greater move up to the 500 area.
We can see significant divergence in RSI and MACD, MACD is also pointing up giving it a boost as well. We are very much in oversold territory and I think it’s just a matter of time before we get a more significant rebound.
I have also overlaid this ETH/BTC chart on top of ETH/USD. As stated in my other posts, we can recognize almost an identical flow and pattern. This leaves me to believe that with ETH/BTC hitting all times lows in 2017 and almost reaching some levels it did in 2016, that it’s just a matter of time before we get a significant move up.
In fact, we have already broken the trendline on ETH/BTC. It’s just consolidating at this point. Timing wise, the market might be waiting for the SEC to kick the VanEck ETF decision down the road, or it might be waiting for the Ethereum upgrade to take effect. Ethereum is positioned very well to have a massive move up and my bias is much more bullish on Ethereum than BTC at this juncture.
If we do not break up past these trend lines, we could see ETH go down to $150, possibly $100. However, I find the likelihood of a significant move up far greater with ETH/BTC hitting these 2017 lows (almost 2016 figures) and ETH/USD hitting these levels from 2017.
If you compare the 2014 BTC crash to ETH, we have already had a downward move that was similar if not greater in magnitude when compared to BTC. I am inclined to believe this area will be the bottom for ETH, but remember, this is crypto.