- VET turned north after dropping to 20-day SMA earlier in the week.
- $0.1000 aligns as the initial target on the upside.
- The RSI indicator on the daily chart shows VET is about to become overbought.
VeChain price started the new week on the back foot and lost more than 13% before reversing the course on Friday. Following an impressive 11% rebound, VET preserved its bullish momentum on Saturday and was last seen gaining 6.6% on a daily basis at $0.09590.
VET could struggle to break above $0.1000
On the upside, the first resistance is located at $0.1000 (psychological level). On Monday, VET lost its traction after approaching this level as the Relative Strength Index (RSI) indicator on the daily chart rose above 70 to show overbought conditions.
Currently, the RSI is floating a little below 70, suggesting that the price could have a tough time pushing higher even if it manages to reach $0.1000 and make a correction before the next leg up. Above that level, the upper limit of the ascending channel coming from March 1 forms the next hurdle at $0.1050.
On the other hand, the first support could be seen at $0.0850 (lower limit of the ascending channel) ahead of $0.0777 (20-day SMA). A daily close below the latter could trigger a technical selloff and cause a bearish shift in the near-term technical outlook.
The ongoing rebound suggests that sellers are struggling to dominate VeChain's price action. However, the technical picture suggests that another downward correction is possible before VET aims for new highs above $0.1000.
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