Ethereum (ETH) breaks support, further downside expected

Major technical levels breached. Support much further down.

Danger zone breached

Ethereum (ETH) breaks major support

I recently wrote about Ethereum (ETH) back on November 21st, 2019. In that article, I discussed at length the importance of some key Gann cycles and levels, as well as important price levels. The most important near term price level was at 171.29. The 171.29 value area is a shared level of the bottom of the current Cloud in the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo system (Senkou Span A) and the final high volume node before the next high volume node below. In trading with the Volume Profile, the most common trading strategy employed is the breakouts above or below the high volume nodes. If the Volume Profile is thin between the high volume nodes, then price has an easy time moving through those levels. I always tell people that it gets ‘sucked’ into the next high volume node like a vacuum. And that is precisely the kind of behavior that we are observing right now.

The next high volume node is the VPOC (Volume Point of Control) at $136.96. This is also the 78.6% Fibonacci retracement of the June 26th, 2019 high of $364.49 and the confirmation higher swing low of $100.15 on February 6th, 2019. But there is one other Fibonacci retracement that is of particular interest. Notice how there appears to be a triple bottom that has developed between the current low of today’s candlestick (November 21st, 2019) and the lows on September 26th, 2019, and October 23rd, 2019. The wicks on those three days all have stopped on the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement level of the bear market swing low of $80.60 on December 14th, 2018, to the confirmation lower swing high of $1171.00 on January 30th, 2018. I do want to note that these Fibonacci retracements are done on a logarithmic chart and do represent the logarithmic values for the retracements as opposed to the standard, linear retracement.

If we anticipate the next major swing low to be around the $135.12 value area, then it…

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