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I read this point on reddit and it seems to make some sense. Taking a look, it's somewhat intriguing.
"Maybe I'm seeing things but it seriously looks like someone might be propping it up. Almost every time it approaches a psychological barrier, a large comparatively sudden buy eats the order book above the barrier. Momentum seems to carry to the next barrier or fib level and it seems to repeat.
I'm relatively new to trading but it seems to me that's not how psychology works. If you want to buy coins, you don't buy it up above a barrier like that - you wait for the bounces down and buy them up. It just seems really fishy to me."
The 3rd one in particular was the uncoiling of the symmetrical triangle that formed, see here: http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:chart_analysis:chart_patterns:symmetrical_triangle
The 4th point was once the $900 wall got broken it exploded up with a strong candle of strength..
The 5th point was likewise, the breaking of $1000 and enthusiasm in the market.