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Ethereum, ETCUSD and ZECUSD looking tired

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Ethereum, ETCUSD and ZECUSD looking tired


This article was posted on Sunday, 11:57, UTC.

In my last column I suggested that ethusd would be going higher.  If you take a look at the picture I sent in with that column, you can see that at that time, pricetime was at the high point indicated by the red arrow in the picture below. Price was above the 2nd of the 4th arc pair.  This is an excellent indication of the way markets can fool you. It becomes clear why it is important to wait for the close above resistance.  As you can see, the market reversed after the column was written, and the candle closed…

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