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Bitcoin, Ethereum continue to break from our long term targets

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The break so far from the long term target has taken out 23.6% back to the 6/22/21 low. The bigger area of support is down between 59.500 and 53,400, this is 38.2% back to the 6/22/21 low and 23.6% back to the 2018 low, with a major Gann square at 52,800. If there were to be a washout move, look for 44,200 to 43,750 this is 38.2% and 23.6% of those same moves and a major Gann square at 44,160. With this current rally the short term swing point is 38.2% back up at 60,700. A failure to get, or close above here keeps the short term trend negative and you can look for the levels just mentioned. Above 60,700 look for 78.6% of the same move at 66,000.


The current low held 38.2% of the 9/22/21 low, this was 4010.00 and the rally from it is now above 38.2% of the move down at 4320.00, use this as the short term swing point. Above it, look for 78.6% at 4575.00. Getting right back below it should send it down to the area of 3740.00 and 3654.00, this is 23.6% back to the 2018 low and 38.2% back to the 6/22/21 low. On a crazy break, look for the long term swing point at 3030.00.

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