DOT price is higher with significant gains on Saturday. The price opened higher and quickly recovered to test the session high at $18.69. However, the trading volume is supporting the current price action with more than 10% gains.

DOT price extends the gain from the previous session on Saturday. More profit if the EMA closes above 50 days at $19.42. The price could shoot towards its ultimate target of $22.0.

At press time, DOT/USD is trading at $18.58, up 4.85% for the day.

DOT continues north

Source: Trade View

On the daily chart, DOT price is reaching higher highs after record lows of $14.06. The price rose 45% to the swing highs of $19.57 and then returned to the recent lows around $16.01.

The DOT price has to face the 50-day EMA (exponential moving average) of $19.32 and pierce it to hit the first upward target of the $20.0 psychological level.

Investors need to hold onto buying momentum to fuel the upward rally. Next, market participants will revisit the $23.21 highs on Feb. 8 at $23.21.

Alternatively, if the price dips below the session level with a sell order spike, sellers will gather liquidity near the March 7 lows at $16.01.

DOT has been in a continuous downward trend since record highs in December, depreciating nearly 65% ​​in February. Investors should flip the pivotal $18.50 level to maintain upward momentum.

Technical indicators:

RSI: The daily relative strength index has been above the average line since Feb. 24 and has continued to rise. Currently, it stands at 51 with a positive bias.

MACD: The moving average convergence divergence is hovering below the midline but with a bullish tilt. There will be more buying opportunities as they rise above the central line.


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