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Aave, Cosmos, Monero Price Analysis: 28 March

Akashnath Sumukar

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There was some on-chain sign of a move toward $450 for Aave based on the concentration of large wallets. On the charts, the medium-term outlook was neutral but climbing above $360 would be a sign of bullish strength. Cosmos also faced strong resistance at $19.8, and Monero was consolidating above a level of support at $215.

Aave  [AAVE]

Aave, Cosmos, Monero Price Analysis: 28 March

Source: AAVE/USDT on TradingView

A previous analysis noted a bullish scenario for AAVE (in cyan). The $340 mark has been defended; $344 has not been ceded to the bears. Resistance at $360 hasn’t yet been overcome either, but it could be. RSI was above neutral 50, but neither this nor the recent buying volume on OBV were strong evidence of an upward move.

Closing beneath $340 will invalidate the bullish scenario laid out for AAVE, and will likely see $325 and $300 revisited as support.

Cosmos [ATOM]

Aave, Cosmos, Monero Price Analysis: 28 March

Source: ATOM/USD on TradingView

Awesome Oscillator crossed over above the zero line, following ATOM’s bounce off the $16 region of demand and the subsequent flip of $18 from resistance to support.

The 20-period EMA (white) was moving beneath the 50 EMA (yellow) to highlight recent bearish pressure. A climb above the $19.8 level could see a move to test the $21.3 resistance level.

Supertrend Indicator highlighted the $19.8 resistance level as a point where it would flip from signalling a short, to signalling a long.

Monero [XMR]

Aave, Cosmos, Monero Price Analysis: 28 March

Source: XMR/USDT on TradingView

Monero was once more consolidating above the $215 level of support, with frequent candlewicks up as high as $224. For long-term traders, the $200-$230 area presents an accumulation opportunity.

On the 4-hour charts, Bollinger bands width was decreasing once more while Chaikin Money Flow in neutral territory, showing that neither buyers nor sellers were in control of the market.

For scalp-trading, volatility was present but came with its own risks.

The shorter-timeframes showed some evidence of bearish momentum and a move back to $215. Hence, the $213-$215 area could be used to enter scalp longs, with a stop-loss at $212.4 and a take-profit at $223.8.


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Having studied Chemical Engineering, Akashnath's focus is on the UK and Indian markets and especially crypto assets. He is devoted to technical analysis and is always on the lookout for investment opportunities.