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In today’s edition of the Rekt Capital Newsletter, the following cryptocurrencies will be analysed and discussed:
- Neo (NEO)
- Cosmos (ATOM)
- Fetch ai (FET)
- Coti (COTI)
- Woo Network (WOO)
- JasmyCoin (JASMY)
Let’s dive in.
Neo - NEO/USD
Neo has been an Altcoin we’ve been covering for months.
Initially, I spoke of NEO at its November 2022 bottom:
And then after its +100% move from the November 2022 lows, I covered NEO when it was at a crucial crossroads, and I proposed two distinct pathways on what NEO could then perform:
If NEO were to follow the orange path, it would’ve confirmed a new macro uptrend, which would then set price up for a reclaim of the red area as support, before enabling further upside beyond the $30 level.
Alternatively, the green path was proposed, suggesting further consolidation between the November 2022 lows (green) and the red resistance area (red).
Ultimately, NEO has chosen the green path:
NEO rejected at the red resistance area and has since retraced to the green level below, almost fully cancelling out its +100% move from November 2022.
But this current price action isn’t out of the ordinary nor was it unexpected; historically, NEO has performed this movement when it wasn’t quite ready to confirm a new macro uptrend.
However, historically, maintaining the green level as support is the crucial ingredient to preparing price for upside over the mid- to long-run.
If history repeats, NEO will soon retest the green level, affirm price stability there, before lifting off to the upside towards the red resistance area once again; rejection at that red resistance could of course occur, but generally it’s a question of how long does this green-red range-bound consolidation need before finally breaking into a new macro uptrend beyond the red resistance area.
At this point in time, in the short-term it will be interesting to see if NEO forms either a Higher Low relative to those November lows or to form approximately a Double bottom area around there.
Either way, price stability at the green level is a crucial component to enabling future growth, and though downside wicking below that green level tends to occur (even downside deviation), the key is to really hold and/or reclaim green.