- Tron traded a new monthly high at $0.0325 but lacked the steam to contain gains above $0.03.
- TRX/USD recovery above $0.03 will depend on the ability to hold above support at $0.026 and $0.025.
Tron is in the middle of a dire retreat following massive gains that explored levels above $0.30. A monthly high was traded at $0.0325 before the bears pushed bulls out of the cockpit. At the time of writing, TRX/USD is trading at $0.0268 amid hustle and bustle of the bulls trying to seek immediate support to aid in stopping the losses.
Consequently, with the RSI falling from the overbought, the momentum is bound to get stronger. The next target from the current price level is $0.0250. A reversal is expected at this same level which will see Tron try its luck at reclaiming the position above $0.03.
All is not lost especially when we put the level of the MACD into consideration. Although is has stalled at 0.0018, there is a wide bullish divergence above the MACD that reinforces the presence of the buyers in the market.
In addition, the position of the 50-day SMA above the longer-term 200-day SMA highlights that buying pressure still exists. Bulls need to come back from the sidelines because they can only recover the lost ground above $0.03 if they have confidence in the recovery trend.
TRX/USD daily chart
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