Over the last three weeks, $TRB, which had experienced nearly a 200% increase, suffered a significant drop of around 20% last night in conjunction with the impact of profit-taking following the recent rally.
While the range of $21.50 to $20.50 could potentially act as support, the funding rate is still around -2.5%, suggesting the possibility of a sharp upward move before any significant downturn.
As seen on the daily chart below, should there be a potential rise, the first target would be to fill the imbalance gap at the $35 level, with aspirations to test the $46 price range, which was last seen in August 2022, should the funding rate not return to normal.
As long as the funding rate remains high and negative, around -2.5% or similar levels, it may be expected that the uptrend will continue until short positions in high and negative pairs are closed or liquidated.
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