Tezos Price Analysis: XTZ/USD is bearish for the next 24 hours

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TL;DR Breakdown

  • Tezos price analysis is bearish for the next 24 hours.
  • Tezos saw a bounce from $6 support today.
  • Further upside currently gets rejected.

The price is resisting any further progress in the direction of $7.5, which was strong support earlier this week. As a result, we anticipate XTZ/USD to attempt to revisit the $7.0 support soon.

The price is currently being rejected at the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level, showing that buying pressure building up further down.

Tezos price movement in the last 24 hours: Tezos bounces from key support levels

After a recent decline, XTZ/USD is now pushing higher. The pair was up over 5% at one point today, and after testing resistance at $6.19, it moved to $6.48 before slipping back to the upper boundary of its daily range. Trading volume has been pretty low this morning; as of writing, it stands at $157m.

The daily chart’s Stochastic indicator is moving up to indicate a return in bullish momentum. However, RSI hasn’t followed suit, suggesting that Tezos’ climb might have already ended. This means that a drop towards the $6.00 area could come pretty soon.

The seven-day SMA has formed a bearish crossover, confirming the current trend reversal, with lower highs and higher lows. After briefly touching on $7.50, XTZ/USD plummeted to a low of $7.00 before recovering somewhat at $6.93.

Tezos price analysis 4-hour chart: XTZ to go for another test of the $6 support?

On the hourly chart, we can see that the Tezos price has failed to move significantly higher today, suggesting another bearish trend overnight.

Tezos price analysis: Tezos is bearish for the next 24 hours 1XTZ/USD 4-hour chart. Source: TradingView

Tezos’ price has increased significantly this month, with buying momentum returning. A new broad high-low range was established on September 7th after falling to $4 the day before. On September 12th, the price reached a weekly high of $6.38, before declining back to near its opening levels at $6.50; we can see this in the daily chart.

The breakout from this range occurred on September 20th, when XTZ/USD moved to $6.76, before moving up to test the upper boundary of its new range at $7.20. After being rejected, it plummeted back down to test support around $6as shown in the hourly chart below.

As expected, XTZ/USD has tested resistance at $6 today and is now continuing lower into buying territory that also holds key support levels; this should provide opportunities for buyers looking to accumulate during the next few hours or days ahead.

Today, Tezo’s price had fallen to a low of $6.80 before it started moving higher again after testing the crucial support area between $7 and $7.20 – where buyers are waiting to jump in with their orders. XTZ/USD will likely attempt another bounce soon unless there will be further decline below $6.

On September 14th, XTZ/USD was up 100% to $8. However, the market did not continue to rise for long; instead, it reversed in the following days.

On Monday, the Tezos price fell 25%, with $6 serving as support the day before. The XTZ/USD pair has been in an upswing lately, with bearish momentum returning over the last several hours.

Tezos Price Analysis: Conclusion 

The Tezos price prediction for today is bearish. A further decline to the $6.00 support level is possible; if XTZ/USD falls below this line, it will most likely continue to fall. In our opinion, a bounce from the $6.00 mark would be a buying opportunity, but history shows that resistance at the top end of the daily range might cause delays (marked by a circle on the chart).

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Sergio Goschenko

Sergio Goschenko

Sergio is a cryptocurrency journalist based in Venezuela. He describes himself as late to the game, entering the cryptosphere when the price rise happened during December 2017. Having a computer engineering background, living in Venezuela, and being impacted by the cryptocurrency boom at a social level, he offers a different point of view about crypto success and how it helps the unbanked and underserved.

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