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Ethereum’s run is not over yet

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Ethereum’s run is not over yet

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This article was posted on Friday, 15:51, UTC.

Ethereum Ethereum has been on a tear for several days now.  As regular readers know, I had a target of $60-62.  That target was reached a few days earlier than I expected, and I fully intended to focus my attention elsewhere after exiting at $60.  But the advance has not stopped yet. Pricetime is giving every indication that it will push through the 5th arc: Pushing through the 5Th arc is obviously a signal that the run is not over.  There are a couple of possibilities. One of them is that the run will push toward the top of the…

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Jim Fredrickson

Jim Fredrickson

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