- Cardano price has changed its course of action from bearish to bullish.
- A bounce from the demand zone, ranging from $1.525 to $1.624, has signaled a shift in trend favoring the bulls.
- If ADA breaks below $1.451, the bullish thesis will face invalidation.
Cardano price has retested a critical support level indicating the presence of bulls and hinting at the start of a new uptrend. Interestingly, the said barrier coincides with the demand zone, adding a tailwind to the upswing that originates here.
Cardano price eyes a higher high
Cardano price was slashed in half after multiple market sell-offs, starting from May 19. Now, ADA needs to rally 15% to reach the pre-crash levels at $2.037.
The reason for this bullishness is the recent climb above the 50% Fibonacci retracement level at $1.637. Moreover, the bullish order block, ranging from $1.525 to $1.624, that facilitated this run-up has propelled ADA by roughly 10% after a retest. This move implies a resurgence of buyers.
Going forward, investors can expect the so-called “Ethereum-killer” to slice through the immediate resistance level at $1.833. This barrier has prevented two upswings from coming to fruition over the past two weeks. If ADA shatters this level, market participants can expect a swift 11% rally to the pre-crash level at $2.037.
ADA/USDT 4-hour chart
While things seem to be going up for Cardano price, investors should be wary of a potential sell-off that cuts through the demand zone, stretching from $1.525 to $1.624.. A 4-hour candlestick close below $1.525 would signal increased sellers.
However, a breakdown of the support level at $1.451 will invalidate the bullish thesis and trigger a 9% downswing to the range low at $1.322.