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Trader Peter Brandt points out that ETH will plummet

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Analyst and trader Peter Brandt is issuing a warning to ETH (ETH) investors, saying that the leading smart contract platform will lose ground in the crypto market and go down.

Thus, the strategist who nailed the drop in BTC in 2018, points out that he is pessimistic about ETH both from a technical and fundamental point of view.

“ETH is’s in a downtrend because it’s an overly complicated/expensive/weird platform for the NFT (non-fungible token) universe/DeFi token universe/metaverse.”

Source: Peter Brandt / Twitter

So, looking at Brandt’s chart, ETH appears to have pulled out two crucial support levels within a triangular structure, indicating the strength of the sell-off.

Therefore, the cryptocurrency analyst is also analyzing how ETH is performing against its rival Solana (SOL).

Thus, according to Brandt, ETH has been losing value against Solana since the pair (ETHUSD/SOLUSD) broke out of a head and shoulders pattern in March 2021.

“Actually, the bias of the ETH bears against the SOL is fully justified. NFT nerds, please excuse me if I didn’t use the ‘correct’ terminology. ”

Source: Peter Brandt / Twitter


So, it is not just ETH that the analyst is apprehensive about. Therefore, with regards to BTC, Brandt is also bearish on the main cryptocurrency on the market, stating that the BTC is no longer trading within a parable.

“I saw the parabolic advance violation and commented on it in real-time to BitcoinLive members, but looking back, I may not have taken the event seriously enough. BTC will fall,” he said.

Source: Peter Brandt / Twitter

So, although Brandt has noticed previously that parabolic breaches tend to lead to 80% dips, he also suggests that the era of BTC parabolic highs may have come to an end.

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All content in this article is for informational purposes only and in no way serves as investment advice. Investing in cryptocurrencies, commodities and stocks is very risky and can lead to capital losses.

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