Tron bulls can consider this level if they falter
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- TRX’s H12 market structure bias was bullish.
- Open Interest rates steadied near $63 million.
Bitcoin’s [BTC] recent upswings have set most altcoins to reverse losses made in the first half of June. In particular, Tron [TRX] edged closer to reclaiming the June high of $0.08580. However, the altcoin must deal with a roadblock, a bearish order block, below the June high to advance further.
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Will bulls falter again?
At the time of writing, TRX’s price action rebounded near the $0.07858 level after rejection at the bearish order block of $0.0826 – $0.0858 (red) on the H12 chart. Bulls still aimed at the bearish OB and could falter again if the roadblock proves sticky to crack.
A likely drop could ease the confluence area of $0.0786 and the ascending trendline support. Notably, the ascending trendline has been at a crucial support level since mid-June. A drop and likely rebound at the confluence area could offer bulls re-entry for long positions targeting the bearish OB.
A breach of the ascending trendline support will invalidate the bullish thesis. Such a breach could make a retest of $0.7500 feasible.
Meanwhile, the Average Directional Index was above 20, and the Chaikin Money Flow was above the zero mark, indicating a strong uptrend and capital inflows for TRX.
But the RSI retreated from the overbought zone but eased near the 60 marks, reinforcing that buying pressure was still present.
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Open Interest rates wavered
TRX’s recent retest of the bearish OB was marked by a positive CVD (Cumulative Volume Delta) – rising slope, which underscored bulls’ leverage.
But the Open Interest (OI) rates fluctuated below $63 million in the past few hours. Notably, the 13 July price jump was followed by a sharp rise in OI from about $57 million to $63 million. But OI wavered below $63 million after that – a stagnated demand in the futures market.