Regularly published in-depth analysis for the Ethereum (ETH) and sometimes other crypto tokens. We talk about the current price and a possible future development.
After the fork
We are all happy that the HF (hard fork) went so smoothly. The readers of this blog were informed way in advance what might happen to ETH price. First, we were here probably the only ones to mention that “there is no doom” at all in the beginning of July. Then, after identifying the main pattern we kept publishing “bottom line, the ETH should keep rising”.
But as we all know, the only sure thing is the changes.
Especially after the crowd seem to be 98 % onboard for a bull run (“did you hear that Coinbase added the ETH, it’s gonna be huuuge..”).
And indeed, the Elliott Waves picture at the moment is not that bullish anymore:
We have two “a-b-c” legs, in every leg the wave “c” is a perfect 100 % extension of wave “a”.
Doesn’t seem that bullish at all, my dear friends.
Well, short-term the author expect at least one more final push:
If the 5-th wave will stop somewhere around shown on the chart above level, we will need to turn outright bearish.
If, however, the ETHBTC will start extending up, we could consider the possibility of a sequence 1-2, 1-2.
Bottom line: be cautious, there is a pretty high risk of a reversal.
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