Biggest Movers: DOGE Higher on Wednesday, After Falling to Recent 7-Week Low

DOGE Higher on Wednesday, After Falling to a Recent 7-Week Low

Dogecoin was marginally higher on Wednesday, after moving back above a recent support point during today’s session. The meme coin fell to a seven-week low on Monday, however bulls have moved to buy the dip. Toncoin was another token to rise, reentering the $2.00 region in the process.

Dogecoin (DOGE)

Dogecoin (DOGE) climbed back above a key support level in today’s session, after traders opted to buy a recent dip in price.

After slipping to a low of $0.05866 on Tuesday, DOGE/USD rose to an intraday peak at $0.05945 earlier in the session.

As a result, DOGE continued to move away from a price floor at $0.05840, which was broken on Monday, sending price to its lowest point since mid-August.

Today’s rebound comes after the 14-day relative strength index (RSI) bounced away from its own support at 32.00.

At the time of writing, the index is tracking at a reading of 33.72, which is still close to the oversold region.

The next visible point of resistance now stands at 37.00, and if broken, there is a good chance that DOGE rises past $0.06000.

Toncoin (TON)

Toncoin (TON) was another big gainer on Wednesday, as the token jumped away from a support point of its own.

TON/USD peaked at $2.03 earlier in the day, which came hours after hitting a low at the $1.98 mark.

Wednesday’s surge occurred as traders chose to maintain a floor at the $1.95 level, with a ceiling at $2.10 now a possible target.

In order to get there, price strength, which is now sitting at 46.42, will need to break a ceiling at 48.00.

There will be some difficulty in achieving this however, as the medium-term momentum in TON remains bearish, following last week’s downward crossover of moving averages.

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