This article was posted on Tuesday, 07:30, UTC.
Ethereum Regular readers will recall that I suggested yesterday morning (China time) that it was time to pull the stops in very tight on ETH. Those following me on twitter received a pic of a rising wedge chart pattern before and after it broke, with the implicit suggestion that the market was showing signs of an impending breakdown. That breakdown came, but not until after the chart registered a double top which can only be described as nerve-wracking to the extreme. Still, I suppose I should have foreseen the possibility of a brain-bleeding double top, as that is what it…
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