It’s been a choppy start to the week. Mid-week gains could see another breakout going into the weekend.
After a bearish week, the majors kick off the week in the green. A move through key levels would be needed, however, for a return to positive ways.
It was quite a week for the cryptomarket as the bulls took control going into the 2nd quarter. The week ahead will define what lies ahead for the majors.
It’s a bearish start to the week, following the gains from last week. A hold onto key levels could see the rally resume as the week progresses.
After a bullish week last week, Stellar’s Lumen leads the way at the start of the week. A hold onto key levels would support more upside in the week ahead.
The bulls are in town and, after a solid week of gains, holding onto key levels would support more near-term upside.
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.
Following a mixed week last week, a bearish start to the week could weigh should the majors fall below key levels.
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 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.
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.
Following some heavy losses last week, the majors are back in the red at the start of the week, leaving the bears firmly in the driving seat as the year comes to a close.
Key HighlightsEOS gained 1.13% on Sunday, following a 0.44% rise in Saturday, to end the day at $5.4910.EOS fell through the first major support level at $5.397 and second major support level at $5.3641 to an early afternoon intraday low $5.2920.A late rally saw EOS break through the first major