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A promising bull pennant has formed. I'm not sure if it's developed long enough to be reliable, but it's there! LTC has a ton of potential and it's bound to shoot skyward eventually, but it's there FWIW.
People who bought at this price and are still hodling are going to be hard to scare off. I see a bounce here, but the stronger trend is the bottom pink trendline that we will eventually meet if we're to trust the trend. Typically, we trust the trend, but you never know. This isn't your everyday security. It's susceptible to different influences. They could ...
There's a head and shoulders pattern forming here. There is a wide latitude for the right shoulder to form, so I'm keeping an eye on it for the next week. There's some support above, but it could drop to as far as around $9.41.
As I sat wondering how accurate my 1/10 price target was, I saw potential for a more bullish perspective. The blue support could be what we're looking at for a trend reversal.
Using the most conservative metrics I can, whenever I do technical analysis, I find the baseline trend. What are the lowest confirmation points saying? LTC is still generally in an upward trend and I believe that it will stay in an upward trend barring any black swans.
The psychology-fueled launch into the $200's will subside, but when that's done, and the price ...
I'm not bullish on this chart. We are dangerously close to breaking through a severely important trendline support, but we're not quite there yet. If we break down past 2076 then you can start stockpiling canned goods and buying ammo, but as for now, things are still okay. I wouldn't short just yet.
This trendline, the dotted red one, goes back to the very beginning of '09. It's starting to develop as a very reliable support with five confirmation points this year alone. Depending on how trading shapes up, this is the line to look at as a signal to sell and short. If price action crosses this line significantly we're looking at a very serious situation.
This declining volume situation is finally pulling the price action down to the direction it should be. As indicated for a few months now, this is a bear market. Act accordingly.
The Brexit alone did not do this. The Brexit is revealing underlying market weakness. DO NOT BUY HERE.
We've got some bearish activity going on the weekly chart. I mentioned the red dotted line a while back as being the last, real line of support going back to Obama's economic recovery. As you can see, the Brexit crash took us precisely to it and then pulled back. I believe this line will hold. It's only if this trendline breaks that we can assume that the worst is ...
Will it keep going or tank though? It looks as though there will be no Brexit. That could mean good news. It should since nothing means bad news, these days.
The same trendline is being tested again with a sharp, bearish skid in the past five days. Despite bullish peaks it could be the end of the rally we've experienced since mid-Feb, but this trendline is holding strong.
It would be about time for this rally to reverse since it's pushed upward on steadily diminishing volume. There are many reversal signs on the ...
On the daily chart the price has been pinging off of support going back to 2009 (red, upward diagonal above the dotted line). For the past ten days it's loosely been following the 50sma. This is all happening as we approach the wedge between the trendline of the market's downward trajectory beginning May last year and the the support line from 2009 (point of the ...
"When you get range expansion, the market is sending you a very loud, clear signal that the market is getting ready to move in the direction of that expansion." Paul Tudor Jones
This is a crucial level of support that must be maintained. If we break through here we're in a very precarious position. The fall could be hard and fast.
The market has turned and this is the first test of a major league support line going back to 2009. If this breaks today there may be some painful days ahead for bulls.
For the first time in 6 years, the 50MA has crossed under the 100MA.
As I've said before. Volume divergence is the mark of a weak market movement. Smart money is not buying right now. The peaks of volume have coincided with selling from levels like the one we're currently at, so we should see more of that to come. The price in the last rally and today has gone up on the lowest level of volume we've seen in months.
Down it goes