LTC and EOS - Is Reversal Soon To Start?



The price of Litecoin has been decreasing through the previous period and fell back to the levels of the prior low at $43.6 around which it is currently being traded.  From last Thursday we have seen an increase which resulted in a lower high at $46.3 after which the price continued moving to the downside and formed a lower low. These price movements have formed a descending triangle whose apex points out at the next significant horizontal level below the 1.272 Fibonacci one.

LTC and EOS - Is Reversal Soon To Start?On the hourly chart, you can see that this triangle is most likely an ending diagonal from the impulse move to the downside made from the 10th of November when the price of Litecoin was sitting at $64.832. The mentioned high is considered the ending point of the B wave from a higher degree count and is why after the completion of the currently seen down move I would be expecting a trend reversal.

If we are seeing the ending diagonal the price of Litecoin is now likely to continue bouncing inside the triangle for two more times and potentially retesting the $41.714 horizontal support level before we can see a breakout to the upside. As this ABC is the third correctional structure from the yearly high it means that the Y wave of a higher degree might have marked the completion of this complex correction. But the correction might get prolonged by another X and Z wave leading the price of Litecoin ultimately to lower lows before the bullish period can start.


From Sunday when the price of EOS was sitting at $2.776 at its highest point we have seen a decrease of 8% measured to today’s lowest point at $2.554. The price is currently being traded slightly above today’s low but is showing early signs of minor reversal developing.

LTC and EOS - Is Reversal Soon To Start?Looking at the hourly chart, we can see that the price of EOS hasn’t fallen back to the levels of the prior low like we have seen in the case o Litecoin but a similar pattern is developing as we have seen a descending triangle forming from the end of November. This means that a similar expectation is made although we might not see a retest of the prior low for the completion of the ending diagonal.

The lower retracement then in the case of Litecoin could imply that we are seeing yet another ABC move to the upside instead of the now presumed 4th and 5th wave. In that case, the 4th wave would be the A wave and the 5th would be the B wave in which case it must end as a three-wave move from which these possibilities will be validated.


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