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  • Theta price has been rejected twice at $9.636, coinciding with the 62% Fibonacci retracement level.
  • While THETA might pierce the said level or beyond it, a rejection here seems likely.
  • A decisive close below 50% Fibonacci retracement level at $8.504 will signal the downtrend’s start.

Theta price has seen confined moves as it recuperates losses experienced after the crash on May 19. As THETA approaches a critical resistance level, another rejection seems likely. A consolidation might evolve here due to the presence of a demand zone.

Theta price to experience range-bound moves

Theta price rallies seem to be capped by the 62% and 70.5% Fibonacci retracement levels at $9.636 and $10.429, respectively. The three attempts to surpass these barriers have failed, and the latest rejection led to a 24% downswing into a demand zone, extending from $7.341 to $7.809.

A resurgence of buying pressure from this point propelled THETA by roughly 28% over the past two days. However, the bullish momentum was exhausted before tagging the 62% Fibonacci retracement level at $9.636.

So, a similar turn of events might trigger a 16% crash in Theta price to the said demand zone. If the selling pressure continues to build up, THETA might decline 12% to tag the next support area, ranging from $5.909 to $6.838.

THETA/USDT 12-hour chart

THETA/USDT 12-hour chart

On the flip side, if Theta price produces a close above the 62% or 70.5% Fibonacci retracement levels at $9.636 and $10.429, respectively, it will signal the presence of buyers.

However, a decisive close above 79% Fibonacci retracement level at $11.22 might open the possibility of an uptrend.

If this were to happen, THETA might experience a minor pullback, which could set the stage for the start of a new upswing. In such a case, the range high at $13.18 will be the most likely target for bulls.