Ripple and the 61.8% rule
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Looking at the 9/7/21 high on the chart below we can see that it was 61.8% of the 4/14/21 high and 6/22/21 low. Following the ONE44 61.8% rule, any market that holds 61.8%, should go 61.8% of where it just came from. This usually happens when a market is directionless, or in a consolidation period. Knowing this the target on a break from that high was 0.86 (61.8%) and this was achieved on 9/22/21. Using the same 61.8% rule, the target on a rally from that low, is 1.21 and this was hit this morning. Our target now on a setback is 61.8% at 1.00.
Going back to the high on 5/6/21 we can use the 78.6% rule that is, Any market that hits 78.6% should go 78.6% back the other way. This is also where a lot of Bull markets end and start.
Looking at that high on the chart we can see that it was 78.6% of the move from 4/14/21 to 4/23/21 and this is where the Bull run ended. The break from that high took it all the way back to 78.6% of the 4/14/21 high and the 2020 low. This was hit on 6/22/21 and then again on 7/20/21. The long term target from here is 78.6% of that low and the 4/14/21 high, this is 1.65.
For now, look for the consolidation to continue between the 61.8% levels, once they break out of that range you can look for 1.65 (78.6%) on the upside and then our long term target of 2.09. On the downside look for 0.71 (78.6%).
The second chart below is a support and resistance chart based on Gann's Law of Vibration.
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