LUNA Price Challenges 0.23% Fibonacci Retracement; Keep Eyes On $120admin
LUNA’s price continues to extend gains after slipping below a crucial support level on February 17. However, the price faces strong resistance near $97.90. Still, the underlying bullish sentiment could keep up the pace of gains intact in the asset.
- LUNA price edges higher challenging the upside resistance barrier near $99.0.
- Investors can expect LUNA to continue with the gains and retest the all-time highs near $120.
- However, a breakdown of the $90.0 support level will ignore the bullish theory.
As of writing, LUNA/USD is exchanging hands at $97.49, up 2.86% for the day. The 24-hour trading volume of the eight-largest cryptocurrency is holding at $2,177,736,684.
LUNA price set to move higher
On the daily chart, the LUNA price retraced 45% after testing record highs at $119.44 on April 5. The price after briefly falling below the 0.5% Fibonacci retracement level, which is extending from the lows of $43.87 bounced back to revisit the highs of $99.48.
Now, a daily close above the 0.23% Fibonacci retracement level would push the price higher to recapture the all-time highs near $120.0.
On the flip side, a break below the session’s low would neglect the bullish arguments for the price. In this scenario, the sellers would drag LUNA to the lows of Tuesday at $88.56.
In addition to that, a sustained selling pressure would open the gates for the psychological $0.80 level.
LUNA faces rejection near the horizontal zone extending from $97.0 to $103. Thus, making it a crucial level to trade. The buyers must cross the range with above-average volumes to sustain further gains.
MACD: The moving average convergence divergence attempt to cross above the central line.
RSI: The relative strength index stays in the positive zone while reading at 54.
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