Ethereum (ETH) Long-term Price Analysis – January 12

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ETHUSD Long-term Trend – Bearish


Distribution territories: $200, $220, $240
Accumulation territories: $90, $70, $50

On January 10, Ethereum’s price went through a notable decline after it was trading along the $160 mark. The cryptocurrency failed to push past said mark after trading between the $160 and $140 range, and ended up falling below it.



The cryptocurrency’s 14-day SMA is bent southwards while being over the 50-day SMA. The Stochastic Oscillators are trying to move into the oversold zone, which indicates the bear market may be about to return.



There’s a possibility the cryptocurrency will now start trading between the $120 and $100 marks. If the $100 mark is to be breached southwards, the cryptocurrency may go down to the $80 mark. While we figure it out, traders can be on the lookout for a decent position to enter the market.




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