Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH Price Nurtures Uptrend to $2,500; Brushes Shoulders with $2,200

Published April 12, 2021 | Updated April 13, 2021

Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH Price Nurtures Uptrend to $2,500; Brushes Shoulders with $2,200

  • ETH price holds onto crucial support at $2,100 after trading a record high at $2,200.
  • Consolidation is likely to increase based on the MACD.

ETH Price reclaimed the position above $2,000 last week after a correction that tested the support at $1,930. Numerous buy orders were triggered, allowing bulls to push for new all-time highs. ETH price shot upward, but the momentum fizzled out, hitting a barrier at $2,200.

Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH/USD 4-hr chart

ETH/USD price chart
ETH/USD chart by Tradingview

A break above the record high of $2,200 would lead to more buy orders as investors join the market. Speculation is likely to shoot as Ethereum heads toward another high at $2,500. Many –technical analysts believe that ETH price is not done with the spike to new highs. Gains past $2,500 will bring it close to $2,700.

Ethereum Eyes Consolidation

At the time of writing, Ether exchanges hands at $2,150 after recovering from the support established at $2,100. The 50 Simple Moving Average (SMA) also contributed to the support. For now, this buyer congestion zone is key to the uptrend.


The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) indicator suggests that Ethereum has settled for sideways trading action. This indicator identifies positions to buy the dip and sell the top. As the MACD line cross above the signal line, traders are advised to buy. On the other hand, crossing under the signal line implies that ETH price is falling fast into the bears’ hands.

Meanwhile, the MACD levels at 24, hinting at the trend remaining sideways in the short term. Traders should look out for the direction the indicator makes to trade Ethereum properly. However, the MACD cannot be used on its own and needs the support of other indicators or technical patterns.

ETH Price Intraday Levels

  • Spot rate: $2,150
  • Trend: Consolidation
  • Volatility: Low
  • Support: $2,100, $2,000 and $1,900
  • Resistance: $2,200
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