The 20-and-50-day EMA is nearing a bullish crossover
The LINK price faces selling pressure at $8 resistance
The intraday trading volume in the LINK coin is $984.8 Billion, indicating a 63.5% gain.
On June 10th, the LINK buyers’ failed attempt to surpass the $9.65 resistance resulted in a 37% drop. This downfall retested the May low support zone at $5.7 and started walking a lateral path.
The LINK price has resonated between the $5.7 and $7.5 barrier for nearly seven weeks. Furthermore, with improving market sentiment, the altcoin gave a decisive breakout from the aforementioned resistance.
Over the past three days, the LINK chart shows steady growth in volume activity, indicating market participants are looking for buying opportunities. Thus, a daily candlestick closing above the $7.5 mark should flip this breached resistance into a suitable footing to extend the ongoing rally.
If the coin price sustains the expected retest, the potential bull run should surpass the minor resistance of $8 and 24% higher to $9.65.
Though things are looking bullish for the Chainlink (LINK) coin, if buyers fail to sustain above the $7.5 resistance, the bullish thesis would invalidate, and prices may return to $5.7.
DMI indicator: The DI lines regain a bullish alignment with the recent crossover event reflecting an uptrend in motion. Furthermore, a positive turnaround in the ADX line suggests sustained buying from traders.
EMA: The bull run exceeds the 20-and-50-day EMA, increasing the bullish influence over the chart. Thus, the possibility of a bullish crossover between the said EMAs increases sharply.
Resistance levels- $8 and $9.65
Support levels- $7.5 and $5.7
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