Many of the same conditions we found on Litecoin’s (LTC) chart during yesterday’s analysis is also present on Ethereum’s (ETH) chart.
Ethereum at a make or break level
There are two key Gann levels that I want to point your attention to the 144-day cycle and the 120-day cycle. From the June 26th, 2019 high, the first day of Ethereum dropping below the Cloud on the daily chart (July 16th, 2019) brings us to today, which is 126-days from that June high. 126-days is well within the 120-day Gann wrote that the 120-day cycle usually occurs with the trend. He also wrote that it should be watched as a countertrend high if a low was found at 90-days (which there was). Some instruments follow 120-day and 250-day cycles, and some don’t. Today (November 11th, 2019) is 146-days from the June high and is also within an important Gann cycle, the 144-day period. The 144-day cycle is an extremely important one. Gann did not write much about this cycle – only that it can terminate movements and is generally misapplied by students of Gann.
Gann’s words about the 144-day cycle terminating movements are essential. When we consider the present value area that Ethereum is trading against, it becomes difficult to assume that prices will move higher from this value area. We should observe a resumption of the bull market that was started at the beginning of 2019 – but that is not a certainty — the volume profile on the right displays two key zones. The red horizontal line at $135.96 is the VPOC (Volume Point of Control) on Ethereum’s chart from the 2018 low to today. The horizontal line that reads ‘Danger Zone’ is the current high volume node that Ethereum is presently trading against. The exact bottom of that high volume node is also the break of the bottom of the Cloud. If price drops below $170, then we should anticipate a swift drive south to the VPOC at $135.96.
But let’s put things into perspective. The December 2018…