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Under the hammer last week was Stellar’s Lumen, while Binance managed to consolidate the previous week’s rally. Moving through to key levels early will be key in the week ahead.
Binance is being hit by the bears this week, as investors lock in profits from last week’s rally. Holding onto $9.00 levels will be key in supporting a bounce back.
It was a mixed bag for the majors last week and we could see the same again in the week ahead. IOTA is looking to take the lead early on.
The bears take a bite mid-week, with gains from the start of the week under threat as the broader cryptomarket hits reverse. A recovery through to $0.0265 would signal a possible rebound.
Following a mixed week last week, a bearish start to the week could weigh should the majors fall below key levels.
It’s been a mixed start to the week for Tron, with investors still paying for Monday’s sell-off. Holding onto $0.028 Levels will be key through the middle of the week.
Tron led the way in what was a relatively bearish week last week and things have not got much better for the broader market at the start of this week… More losses or a rebound on the cards?
It’s a bullish start to the week as Tron continues on from last week’s bounce back. Breaking back through to $0.027 levels mid-week will be key to support the renewed momentum.
It’s a positive early part of the week, though the bears have stopped the momentum, with Tron having seen red in 5 of the last 6 days and with Tron back in the red through the early hours of this morning.
Can increased adoption across a number of the crypto majors restore some faith in the broader market and deliver the beginnings of a recovery?
A cryptomarket meltdown slammed the majors on Thursday, with the week ahead likely to test investor nerves, which could limit any gains in the week.
It’s in the red for just the 2nd day of the year for Tron, though with the broader market in the green, a rebound may be on the cards.
It’s a bearish start to the week for the majors, a recovery by mid-week needed to avoid heavier losses and slide through the week’s major support levels.
It’s been a bad start to the year for Binance Coin, which bucked the broader market trend on Tuesday. A hold onto $6.00 levels mid-week will be key to avoid a sell-off going into the weekend.
A choppy week left the majors in the red, with the crypto bears still in control in spite of solid gains the previous week, upside seemingly capped for now, with another choppy week in store.
There’s upward momentum mid-week, with Ethereum needing a move back through to $140 levels to support a run at $160 later in the week.
The majors kick off the week in positive territory, supported by momentum from the previous week, upward momentum in the early part of the week needed to deliver a 2nd consecutive week of gains.
It’s been a bullish start to the week, IOTA up more than 30% through to Tuesday’s close, with IOTA needing to hold on through the middle of the week to end the week on a high.
It was another weekly loss, but this morning could deliver a much-needed boost, holding onto key levels at the start of the week key to avoiding another week of heavy losses.
It’s another bearish start to the week, following last week’s heavy losses, with the negative bias expected to pin Stellar’s Lumen back from any attempts at a bull run.Stellar’s Lumen Price SupportStellar’s Lumen slid by 4.69% to end the day at $0.1129 on Tuesday, taking the current’s week’s deficit to