Ethereum recovers from the recent lows although resistance at $180 is limiting movements.
ETH/USD technical levels are pointing toward growing bullish momentum in the near-term.
A trendline from the lows on Wednesday will continue to offer support.
Ethereum is gradually moving down. Moreover, it has recently broken the $180 support area. Before the lower correction, ETH had formed a short-term top near $183.
ETH/USD four-hour chart
The 50 Simple Moving Average on the four-hour chart is moving above SMA 100 indicating an uptrend momentum. The main support area is at $177 as indicated by SMA 100 while the second support is at $178 as shown by SMA 50.
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is recovering towards the overbought. Traders must be on the lookout for signs of a reversal as Ethereum approaches overbought conditions in the near-term.
The Moving Average Convergence Divergence signifies a growing bullish momentum especially after crossing into the positive territory. An improving bullish divergence suggests that buyers are gaining ground against the bears. As long as ETH/USD stays above the trendline, we are likely to see a continued bullish action above $180 and even extend the correction to the next hurdle at $190.
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