Ethereum Classic slipped beneath the $11.4 mark and retested it as resistance, but OBV showed that the recent wave of selling pressure did not have a great volume of selling. This indicated that a recovery, once impetus shifted in favor of the bulls, would be quick and ETC would be able to climb back above $12.46 swiftly.
At the time of writing, momentum was shifting in favor of the bulls in the short term. MACD formed a bullish crossover and was climbing toward the zero line. ETC found some demand in the $10.7-$10.8 region and bounced past the $11 mark.
Flipping $11.4 to support could spark a move to $12.46.
On the hourly chart, XMR showed that momentum was neutral as it was in the $215-$220 region. XMR dropped from $230 to $205 and climbed back to $220. Even though RSI climbed back above neutral, there was not enough evidence yet to justify taking a position in either direction for XMR.
A revisit to $200-$205 can be used to enter a scalp long, while rejection at $230 can be used to enter an aggressive short with a tight stop-loss. The $218-$222 region has also been of significance in the short-term.
Climbing above $230 to flip it to support will be a bullish development, but XMR has struggled with this feat since late February, and even when the bulls managed this flip, they weren’t able to drive the prices past $240.
UNI had two levels to watch for a flip of the $27.6 resistance level to support, which can be used to enter a long position targeting $29.8, or a retest of the $26 mark can be used to enter a scalp long position targeting $27.6.
Directional Movement Index showed a strong bearish trend was in progress, with the ADX (yellow) and -DI (pink) well above 20. Chaikin Money Flow also showed net capital flow out of the UNI markets.
However, expiry of BTC options and the general historical trend of bullish Aprils could reward long positions despite short-term momentum being in bearish favor.