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The Litecoin (LTC) price, unlike most top cryptocurrencies has not been able to breach its June ’21 high [$197.8]. Although some analysts may argue that a break above the July inside bar resistance [$148.1] may be sufficient for a halt of the correction phase, we still feel a need to probe into the lower 4HR time frame for hints into dominant trend direction and likely scenarios.
Let’s dive into it.
The LTCUSDT started a bearish campaign on the 4HR time frame after signaling a hidden bearish divergence on 16 September 08:00, sending the price spiraling down by 24%.
It’s clear the daily time frame shows strong bearish presence, as the on-chart RSI viewed from the 4HR time frame breaks below hidden inside bar support while above the RSI level-75 on 16 September 08:00 and 23 September 20:00.
Efforts by the bulls to restore the uptrend via a bullish divergence on 22 September ’21 04:00 and 26 September 12:00 was not sufficient for the selling pressure.
Recent hidden bearish divergence on 27 September 04:00 shows that we could see lower prices this week.
As the LTC price slowly rise at press time and the RSI approach the level-75, we anticipate a price slump that could exceed the recent support level at $139.70. However, a price surge above the bearish divergence resistance could set the pace for a bullish comeback, as a peek into the daily chart suggest a regular bullish divergence.
Litecoin (LTC) Intraday Levels
- Spot rate: 148.3
- Mid–Term Trend [H4]: Slowing Bearish bias
- Volatility: Low
- Support: $139.7
- Resistance: $154.9, 166.6, and $193.0
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