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ChainLink (LINK) Rebounds to a New All-Time High

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Updated by Kyle Baird
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In Brief

  • The LINK price has reached a new all-time high.
  • Technical indicators in the daily time-frame are showing considerable weakness.
  • Longer-term wave counts estimate that the trend could continue upwards to $10.80.
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On August 4, the ChainLink (LINK) price reached a new all-time high price of $$9.75.
While the upward move still looks strong in the long-term, there are numerous signs of short-term weakness present.

LINK Blasts Off to New All-Time High

The LINK price has been on a long-term upward trend since January 2019. The price initially struggled to break out from the $4 level, getting rejected twice in June 2019 and February 2020. However, it was finally successful in breaking out in July and has increased at an accelerated rate since, measuring a full 107% in only 28 days. While volume has been decreasing throughout the upward move—a sign of weakness—both the MACD and RSI are still moving up, even though the latter is overbought. The lack of bearish divergence on the weekly time-frame is also a sign that the price could continue moving upwards.
LINK Weekly Movement
LINK Chart By TradingView
Cryptocurrency trader @LSDinmycoffee posted a LINK chart, stating that the price could break out from the current symmetrical triangle, moving towards a high of $9.30. Since the tweet, the price has already broken out and reached the given target.
LINK Movement
Source: Twitter

Short-Term Indicators Show Trouble

The daily chart shows the first signs of weakness in the form of two bearish Doji candles on July 13 and August 2. Even though the price has cleared the highs of these Doji’s, they were both created with above-average volume. In addition, both the RSI and the MACD have generated considerable bearish divergence, a sign that a trend reversal is likely near.
LINK Bearish Divergence
LINK Chart By TradingView
The shorter-term chart shows the strong bounce that occurred after the decrease on August 2. The price bounced on the $7.05 support level and the 25-day moving average (MA). The latest upward move has seen a lower volume than before, however, as long as it’s trading above the previous resistance area at $8.70, the price movement can be considered bullish. This area may act as support if the price retraces to test supports.
LINK Bounce
LINK Chart By TradingView

Wave Count

The most likely wave count for the LINK movement is that it’s currently in the fifth and final wave (orange) of an Elliott formation that began in early March. The price is currently in the fifth sub-wave (black). If the entire fifth wave is 2.2 times longer than waves 1-4 combined (common Fib extension level), the price could increase all the way to $10.80.
LINK Wave Count
LINK Chart By TradingView
Looking closer at the movement, the Aug 2 decrease invalidated numerous simple wave counts. While it is possible that this is a type of complicated expanded correction, there is one impulsive wave count that is still valid. The price could be in the third minor wave (blue) of the fifth sub-wave. So, after a short-term correction, the price could still continue towards the previously outlined $10.80 high.
LINK Subwave Count
LINK Chart By TradingView
To conclude, the LINK price seems to be in the fifth and final wave of an Elliott formation, which could end near $10.80. The short-term chart shows that the upward move might still have some strength left in it.


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Valdrin Tahiri
Valdrin discovered cryptocurrencies while he was getting his MSc in Financial Markets from the Barcelona School of Economics. Shortly after graduating, he began writing for...