All of this is pretty normal and a very healthy pattern. If you are looking to enter, sweet zones will be in the $367 and $345 range with next target being the 1.618 fib uptrace, which conveniently aligns with a prior resistance point.
Charted entry is based on being able to get $340ish. Adjust appropriately if you enter in the $360s. Ideally on this you'd only want to stop out if it falls back through the major downtrend line convincingly. I think chances of that happening with the November drama coming is very slim since I believe Cash's major players and the large movers that have been accumulating will want Bitcoin Cash to be so it can contend for the title, and in such a vastly oversold market, they're definitely in control.
It also shows why analysis is great, but it's always important to adjust dynamically to real world market conditions.
Right now I'm thinking the target is still the same at ~$467 and so one can safely enter above $400. Long trades are most certainly trading with the trend right now.
If you bought Bitcoin Core at a 3 digit price, doesn't matter if it's $999. You just won the lottery.
Logic applies even more here since if Cash succeeds we'll see _real_ parabolic ATHs because it can be used effectively as a currency due to the blocksize.
The exception is in bear markets. Then fundamentals are the only thing that matters since the chart is always a falling knife, and the question of "is this thing ever going to actually be worth anything" becomes immediately important and incredibly profitable.