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ChainLink (LINK) Strong Uptrend | Resistance & Support Levels

BINANCE:LINKBTC   ChainLink / Bitcoin
ChainLink ( LINKBTC ) continues to grow... We are looking at a very strong uptrend ( ascending channel ).

The indicators are really bullish and signaling that this uptrend can continue.

On the chart above you can see the next resistance (magenta) and support (blue) levels.

Here is the earlier chart, when the retrace was completed... (hit play):
ChainLink is really bullish and looks like it can continue to grow.

Thanks a lot for reading

Namaste.
Comment: Next target is about to be hit...
Trade closed: target reached: Super strong bullishness for this pair... Our marked targets have been reached.

Enjoy the profits.
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Could it be entering an even steeper ascending channel? Perhaps even a parabola? Thank you
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AlanSantana toymachien3
@toymachien3, Can surely happen...
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toymachien3 AlanSantana
@AlanSantana, How would you draw the steeper ascending channel?
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AlanSantana toymachien3
@toymachien3, We need to wait for some candles to close first.
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toymachien3 AlanSantana
@AlanSantana, Thank you! Namaste. I taught English in Nepal four four months :) In Myagdi district, the little town Takam. Lovely people. Nepal is my favourite country in the world.
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toymachien3 toymachien3
@toymachien3, for four months*
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AlanSantana toymachien3
@toymachien3, That's pretty nice... Thanks for sharing. :)

I hope to visit one day.
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retracement soon?
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AlanSantana CSCduarte
@CSCduarte, So far growing and bullish.
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CSCduarte AlanSantana
@AlanSantana, yeah :) watching it closely
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