The Vechain worth is aiming for an upward motion of 50% within the coming weeks

  • The VeChain price breaks away from the crucial Fibonacci expansion level.
  • Successive weekly dojis indicated a resumption of the trend.
  • Weekly Relative Strength Index (RSI) near historic highs.

The Vechain price is already up 22% and the momentum shows no signs of easing. The breakout above the Fibonacci extension of 3.618 of the 2018-2020 bear market at $ 0.097 is relief for the bullish speculators after failed attempts over the past three weeks.

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Since November 2020, vocational training has kept the 10-week simple moving average (SMA) religious at the end, thus establishing an increased trend for digital tokens. Unlike other pullbacks, the 25% March correction stayed well above the major moving average and all major retracement levels of the 2020-2021 bull market.

With the trend resuming, traders will need to focus on the 2018-2020 bear market’s 4.618 extension level at $ 0.124 as the first resistance level. A more believable target is the 2.618 extension level of the March decline at $ 0.141, which is a 26% gain from current price.

More aggressive traders need to focus on extending the March correction by 3.618 at $ 0.166. This is a 50% gain from current price, but given the extent of the breakout and volume exposure, this is a reasonable forecast.

VET / USD weekly chart

Multi-period charts suggest $ 0.097 as critical support for the rally and any weekly close below that level will immediately shift the outlook to neutral. Subsequent support is the March low at $ 0.075, followed by a combination of the 10-week SMA and the 0.382 retracement level of the 2020-2021 advance at $ 0.070.

If the critical moving average does not hold onto a weekly close, it is a signal that the trend has changed and a much deeper correction is underway. The retracement level of 0.50 is at $ 0.057 and the retracement level of 0.618 is at $ 0.044.

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