If you want to find great plays during alt season, look for trend reversals and coins still under their 200 day EMA.
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The crypto market has been pretty bullish lately, and looking at charts it is easy to see why.
This chart looks at BTC from 2013 – 2019 and beyond using fib levels. You can see the 2013 market cycle looks a lot like the 2017. Does that pattern repeat?
ADA is setup for a breakout with it forming a potential inverted head and shoulders bottom right below the 200 day ema.
Here is a look at what the 2018 – 2019 bear market could look like in terms of Elliot Waves. This rough sketch implies we are on a corrective 4th wave before the final 5th wave down.
After almost hitting Charlie Lee’s price target, LTC has gone on to breakout of some key resistance here in 2019.
BTC has a bullish setup, that if not looked at in context of the long bear market, is pretty attractive. Is the new JPMorgan Coin bullish enough news to push it over the edge?
An S/R flip is a “support / resistance flip.” That is, when support becomes resistance or resistance becomes support (when support and resistance flip).
As you can see in the chart above, the LTC breakout looks solid in terms of price action against BTC.
We look at BTC as a since 2011 here in 2019 to see if I can spot any potential patterns.