|Day's range||0.409 - 0.419|
|52-week range||0.101100 - 2.570000|
|Volume (24 hrs)||N/A|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||134.67M|
Back in the red for the majors in the early hours as investors lock in profits from the early part of the week, a recovery through the day ahead needed to avoid a more material sell-off through the second half of the week.
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It’s a positive start to the day, but whether the bulls can hold on and begin a rebound that brings the FIB Retracement Levels into play remains to be seen.
It’s a mixed start to the day as the bears continue to rock the markets through the first half of the week, with Ripple’s XRP and Litecoin amongst a number of the majors back in the red early on. A choppy day ahead…
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It’s been a choppy start to the day, following the weekend sell-off, the bulls needing to take a grip for the majors to avoid new lows for the year.
The majors have entered another morning sell-off, with the the extended bearish trend resuming, as the bears look to take back the reins.
It’s a been a choppy but positive start to the day, with the majors looking to consolidate the recent gains to begin a bearish trend reversal, a weekend rally needed to cement the formation of a near-term bullish trend.
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Another day in the red for the trio, with Bitcoin Cash taking another big hit early on as the bears reign supreme. The bulls will be looking for a weekend rally, but when it arrives and whether sentiment can shift is another story.
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There was some relief in the early hours, with Bitcoin and the broader market recovering some of Wednesday’s losses, though whether Bitcoin can hold on remains to be seen, investors likely to be quick to lock in profits.
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Bitcoin flat at the start of the week, with the bulls needing to hold on to $8,500 levels to support a run at $8,700, the bulls’ next target to continue reversing the bearish trend formed in early May.
Bitcoin Cash leads the chart early on, with the majors looking to recover from Saturday’s woes. It’s going to be a challenge to shake off the bearish trend, as the majors continue to fall well short of key resistance levels.
It’s been a mixed start to the day and volatility is likely to persist as investors consider what lies ahead for the cryptomarket near-term, the longer-term outlook still bullish in spite of concerns over the regulatory landscape.
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