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Bitcoin 28,000, Ethereum 1900.00

Bitcoin 28,000, Ethereum 1900.00

See why these are the targets and what it will have to take out to change it.

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This is an update to the post "Cryptocurrencies all hit key levels above" 2/12/22

The high on 2/10/22 failed to get up to 38.2% keeping the long term trend negative, it also came very close to the 200 day average. A break from 38.2% should send it to new lows for the move, it already failed to hold 38.2% of the rally at 41,000 and there is one area to watch for a bottom if they fail to make a new low and that is 78.6% at 36,050. Following the ONE44 Fibonacci rules, not making a new low after coming off of 38.2% should send it to 61.8% the other way. For now we are still looking for new lows and the 61.8% level of the ATH and 2018 low, this is 28,000.


The high on 2/9/22 hit and closed above 38.2% at 3190.00, that day also hit the 200 day average. The next day was right back below it and the break took it to 38.2% of the rally at 2865.00. This looked like a good sign after hitting a much bigger retracement above, however the next rally could only go back to test the long term swing point of 38.2%. The break from it has now taken out 2865.00 and like Bitcoin we are looking for new lows for the move and watching 78.6% to see if they fail to make that new low. The target after new lows is 61.8% of the ATH and the 2020 low, this is 1900.00. The target on a failure to make a new low is 61.8% (3830.00), since they already reacted to 38.2% (3190.00).

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