The collective cryptocurrency market has managed to sustain its bullish wave of the previous week. Bitcoin Cash [BCH] retained its sixth position on the global coin ladder after being pushed down by Litecoin [LTC] and EOS [EOS], despite being the most under-performing coin in the top-10.
Bitcoin Cash has dropped by 2.51 percent against the US dollar in the past 24-hours with the current market cap of the coin standing at $2.2 billion.
In terms of exchange dominance, BW takes the top spot, accounting for $36.16 million or 11.67 percent on the BCHABC/USDT trading pair. Second on the list is LBank with 5.77 percent or $17.88 million on the BCH/BTC trading pair.
The one-hour Bitcoin Cash trend line shows a massive spike on 8 February, with the price rising to $127.29 from $120.13, within a day. Bitcoin Cash saw a massive uptrend during the same, extending from $115.09 to $128.92, following the mid-week uptrend from $111.53 to $117.29.
Bitcoin Cash’s immediate support level prior to the recent rise stood at $110.4, which now stands at $120.22, while the coin now poses an immediate resistance level of $126.08, capped off by the recent high. However, a drop from the cap of the bullish high of last week can be anticipated.
The Bollinger Bands point to a slight decrease in volatility of the coin, compared to the previous week’s incredible rise in volatility, and the Moving Average line shows a mildly bullish market.
The Chaikin Money Flow indicator points to a balance in the money put in versus the money drawn out of Bitcoin Cash, with the CMF line just touching 0.
The Fisher Transform line shows a cross-over into a bearish zone as the Fisher Line has been overtaken the Trigger Line in the BCH market.
The one-day trend line of Bitcoin Cash shows a stabilization spree after the coin’s post-hardfork bearish spree. The coin is experiencing a prolonged downtrend from $626.58 to $130.75, for the better part of four months.
Bitcoin Cash has an immediate support level of $106.38, which the coin hovered around late-January. The immediate resistance level of the coin stands at $132.41, which the coin is just hovering below, and will require another bullish push to break.
The Parabolic SAR points to a bullish swing for the coin, even in the long-run, as the dotted lines are aligned below the coin’s trend line.
The Relative Strength Index shows that investors are increasingly purchasing BCH as the market has switched to green, but the RSI is pointing downwards, indicating a decline in buying pressure. At press time, the coin’s RSI has decreased from 52.51 to 42.68.
The Klinger Oscillator shows that the Bitcoin Cash market is bullish following the recent increase in the price, but the two lines are looking to converge, indicating a switch.
Bitcoin Cash has managed to retain the bullish wave of the previous week and still managed a fairly bullish high with the price in the $125 bracket, well-above the immediate support of $120.19. However, the short-term bulls do not look to stay as the coin has been edging down against the US dollar compared to the other coins in the market. In the long-term, major indicators point to a slightly bullish trend, following months of fairly stable-price movement.