To say ETH (Ethereum) has performed well for us would be a massive understatement.
Ethereum was trading at $243 when I first mentioned it on this site.
That’s also when I was buying ETH.
Fast forward to today, and the cryptocurrency is trading at $1,160.
I’ve since bought several pullbacks along the way, including the recent dip below $1,000, as I announced on Twitter.
Anyone who bought ETH last year has at least doubled their money.
Even those who bought on December 31st are up over 50% as of this post.
But today’s article is about what’s next for the ETHUSD chart.
More specifically, what happens now that the market is hovering just below all-time highs around $1,440?
But first, there is no way for me or anyone to know exactly when Ethereum will make new all-time highs.
It could happen a few days from now or a few weeks.
However, I am confident that new highs for ETH are only a matter of time.
And if Ethereum follows Bitcoin, a close above the $1,440 area will send ETH to $3,000 in less than a month.
As Daily Price Action members know, I’ve called for ETHUSD to surpass $10,000 this year.
I’ve mentioned that since ETHUSD was trading at $250 last year.
So far, ether is right on track.
Just keep in mind that nothing goes up in a straight line.
Four days ago, ETHUSD completed a 32% pullback, and there are bound to be more retracements throughout 2021.
That said, I’ll continue to treat dips as buying opportunities, especially while ETHUSD trades below its all-time high near $1,440.