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Bitcoin and Ethereum are below their long term swing point with targets of 28,000 and 1900.00

Bitcoin and Ethereum are below their long term swing point with targets of 28,000 and 1900.00
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Bitcoin failed to stay above the long term swing point and has also taken out 38.2% of the rally up to the long term swing point, this was 42,250. It is now sitting on the 40,032 major Gann square. You can use 38.2% of the break at 42,600 as the short term swing point, above it look for the long term swing point and below it 78.6% at 36,300, this is also a major Gann square. Failing to hold 36,300 should send it down to the long term target of 61.8% at 28,000.



Ethereum got well above the long term swing point, however it hit the 3571.00 major Gann square and is now back below it. On the positive side it is holding right at 38.2% of the current rally at 3040.00. A rally from here that can get it back above the long term swing point and the 3344.00 major Gann square, that is also the 200 day average should send it to 61.8% back to the ATH at 3830.00. The ideal target below 3040.00 would be 78.6% at 2475.00, however you also have to watch 61.8% at 2714.00, because it is a major Gann square and it is the stronger market of the two right now based on the retracements.

You can get all the Gann Law of Vibration charts for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Solana, Cardano, Ripple and Dogecoin HERE These charts are very useful for short term support and resistance.


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