It’s been another mixed start to the week for Tron. Following last week’s 12.71% sell-off, Tron managed to bounce back with a 5.51% rally on Monday, returning to $0.028 levels before hitting reverse.
Monday’s rally saw Tron move from a start of a week low $0.0254 to an early in the week high $0.029699. The rebound saw Tron break through the week’s first major resistance level at $0.02850 before the reversal.
A 2.12% fall on Tuesday left Tron with just a 3.3% gain going into this morning, with Tron joining the broader market following a buck trending rally on Monday.
Last week’s losses and moves through the early part of this week have seen Tron’s year-to-date gains cut to 38.5%
In spite of the solid gains since late November’s swing lo $0.0111, the extended bearish trend remains intact. Tron continues to fall well short of the 23.6% FIB Retracement Level of $0.0322 and, of greater significance, late April’s swing hi $1.0041
At the time of writing, Tron was down by 1.35% to $0.026235. Tracking the broader market through the early hours, Tron fell to a week low $0.02550 before recovering to $0.026 levels. In spite of the early sell-off, Tron managed to hold above the week’s first major support level at $0.0236.
A move through to $0.0265 levels would support another run at the week’s first major resistance level at $0.0285. Following last week’s high $0.0294, Tron will continue to face plenty of resistance on the way through to $0.030 levels to pin back a breakout from the week’s first major resistance level at $0.0285.
A material shift in sentiment across the broader market would be needed ahead of the weekend to give Tron a free run at $0.030 levels. We would expect Tron to continue to fall short of the 23.6% FIB Retracement Level of $0.0322, however, in the event of a 2nd half of the week rally.
Failure to move through to $0.0265 levels could see Tron give up more of the beginning of the week gains. A fall back through the current week’s low $0.02550 would bring the week’s first major support level at $0.0236 into play.
Sentiment from the broader market will have an impact going into the weekend. A continued reversal through the week could see Tron call on support at the second major support level at $0.0216 before any recovery. We would expect sub-$0.020 support levels to be left untested in the event of a crypto meltdown.
Following Tuesday’s pullback and this morning’s bearish moves, moving back through to $0.0265 levels will be key to avoiding a more material sell-off. Tron is up by 140% from November’s swing lo, so there’s plenty of incentive for investors to lock in gains should the current broad-based crypto sell-off persist through the week.
Major Support Level: $0.0236
Major Resistance Level: $0.0285
Fib 23.6% Retracement Level: $0.0322
Fib 38% Retracement Level: $0.0452
Fib 62% Retracement Level: $0.0663