- VeChain price is pulling back to a stable support barrier to find a footing for its next leg.
- This move might take VET into the immediate demand barrier that extends from $0.181 to $0.190.
- Although unlikely, a breakdown of the $0.163 support barrier would invalidate the bullish thesis.
VeChain price broke a smaller market structure on its recent ascent. On its upcoming rally, the bulls might push to retest the local top.
VeChain price primed for higher highs
On the 4-hour chart, VeChain price a brief spike above the 50% Fibonacci retracement level in the last leg up. Since this point, VET has dipped lower, creating a higher low. Now, VeChain price could bounce off the immediate demand zone that ranges from $0.181 to $0.190 or simply head higher.
The bulls are aiming to retest the upper boundary at $0.246 in their next rally, which is roughly a 23% climb.
However, this ascent could face resistance around the previous swing high at $0.222. Therefore, VET buyers need to have a substantial volume breakout to have any chances of retesting $0.246.
If the sellers overwhelm the buying pressure, the second demand level’s upper trend line at $0.175 could be tested. Such a move will not kill the optimistic narrative if VeChain price manages to recover quickly.
VET/USDT 4-hour chart
While the bullish scenario seems logical, investors should note that a potential spike in selling pressure or a flash-crash that breaches the $0.163 support barrier would invalidate the upswing thesis.
Under these conditions, VeChain price could slide to $0.159.
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