The fourth largest coin on CoinMarketCap, Litecoin [LTC] was trading within the $59-$63 range last week, witnessing significant surges that breached the coin’s resistances. The bulls, however, failed to push the coin above the anticipated $65 mark.
At press time, the crypto asset held a market cap of $3.67 billion and was priced at $60.16. The digital silver registered a 24-hour trading volume of $1.66 billion. LTC exhibited a growth of 1.66% against the US dollar over the past 24 hours, while it fell by 1.50% over the past seven days.
Coinall contributed the highest trading volume for the coin, accounting for 9.10% via the LTC/BTC trading pair. It was followed by Coinall with 4.88% of the trading volume.
Litecoin’s one-hour chart exhibited an uptrend from $58.85 to $60.98, while another uptrend from $57.34 to $60.85 was later recorded after a brief bear run. A small downtrend from $62.90-$60.83 was registered on the chart. The support for the coin was found at $56.74, while the resistance was at $65.
Bollinger Bands: The mouth of the bands depicted growing volatility in LTC’s price movement.
Awesome Oscillator: The closing bars of the indicator were green, indicating bullish price momentum for Litecoin.
Klinger Oscillator: Post a bearish crossover, the reading line continued to tread below the signal line.
The candlestick arrangement on LTC’s one-day chart exhibited an uptrend from $32.79 to $45.68, and a longer downtrend from $55.82 to $34.08. The immediate resistance for the digital asset was marked at $67.78, while the immediate support stood firmly at $30.55 and $24.10.
Parabolic SAR: The dotted markers were below the candlesticks and predicted a bullish movement for the coin.
Chaikin Money Flow: The CMF continued to tread well above the zero-line,