LTC/USD and EOS/USD showing signs of weakness with more downside expected



Last Thursday the price of Litecoin was $39.8. From there it started falling down fast as it came from $39,75 to $32,72 at the lowest point on the same day, which is a drop of 17.5%. The price continued its downward trajectory and reached $32.5 on Friday, but the price stabilized around $32.48 level over the weekend and even started increasing on Sunday when it came up to $33.426. But more movement to the downside has been made from there as the price came down to $30.47 on Monday.

LTC/USD and EOS/USD showing signs of weakness with more downside expected

From there on the price has started increasing and came up by 9.76% as it reached $33.366 slightly above the 0.5 Fibonacci level. But since it also came to the minor downtrends resistance it started decreasing again. Hence, the sellers pushed the price back below the 0.5 Fibo level again with a struggle at first. Then the sellers showed more determination as a large 5% red candle occurred, which is only 2% lower from the previous green one to the upside.

Since then the price has attempted another breakout as a minor uptrend was established. But the momentum wasn’t strong enough for the price to break both the 0.5 Fibonacci level and the downtrends resistance as they have perfectly intersected where the price attempted to cross. Since then more movement to the downside has been seen, and a breakout from the minor uptrend support line and the price went to $30.5 but only for a few minutes, as the buyers immediately pushed the price back past the $31 level.

Looking at my Elliott Wave projection, you can see that I am expecting another increase from here followed by another downtrend. This is because my Elliott Wave count implies that the current triangle-like structure is consolidative in nature and is a correction before further downside. From this Monday the price action movement is most likely in its second stage, which if a three-wave correction will go on for another increase as the third Y wave should develop.

After the correction ends, and I don’t believe that it will go further than the ending point of the wave W or around $33.32, although it might if it gets prolonged by two more waves, we are likely going to see another move approximately the same length as like the previous one. So I have pointed at the 0.786 Fibonacci level for the price target but I would be expecting it to go further down.


Since Monday when the price fell to $2.26 at it’s lowest point from the prior downtrend move, the price has started increasing with strong momentum as it came up by 11.45% to $2.52. From there as the price encountered strong resistance a retracement occurred as the price is currently sitting at $2.447.

LTC/USD and EOS/USD showing signs of weakness with more downside expected

Looking at the hourly chart, you can see a similar projection like in the case of Litecoin as the market is strongly correlated. The current upward movement has formed an ascending wedge, which is most likely going to end as a breakout to the downside with further downtrend continuation as it is definitely corrective in nature. The impulsive move to the downside that we have seen last week is the third wave Y, which means that the ascending wedge structure is the 4th wave X, and is the reason why more downside should be expected as the 5th wave Z to the downside is most likely going to start after one more minor increase.

The target for the expected minor increase would be around the 0.236 Fibonacci level or at where the most significant resistance is. After it ends the wave Z should start, which will lead the price down and the first target for its ending point would be on the next horizontal support area from $2.11-$1.94.

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