• Shiba Inu price takes a breather as RSI points to overbought.
  • SHIB price saw additional tailwinds with spillover effects from Nasdaq, Tesla and Bitcoin. 
  • Drawing Fibonacci retracements reveals where price could go next in this uptrend.
  • Shiba Inu price has been on a tear since Friday, generating 61% gains for investors. SHIB price is taking a breather today, providing bulls with the opportunity to add to their  SHIB positions. A Fibonacci retracement from the all-time low reveals there is still 83% more gains in the uptrend, potentially targeting $0.00007364.

    Traders who bought Shiba Inu price at $0.00002775 will have seen their positions return around 61% of profits. As Shiba Inu price takes a pit stop at around $0.00004465, new buyers and buyers who want to re-enter the trade have the option to at $0.00004000. SHIB price already broke that level twice before, but today is respecting as support, with bulls defending the level to keep the uptrend live.

    For SHIB price monthly pivots do not seem to have played a part in the uptrend. Fibonacci retracements are another story, however, with the 50% Fibonacci level falling in line with $0.00003999, and both 61.8% and 78.6% also falling in line with crucial historical levels from May. Considering this, the next profit level is likely to be at the 38.2% Fibonacci level near $0.00004761 and ultimately $0.00007364, which means that entering today could offer 83% of gains in the future.

    SHIB/USD daily chart

    SHIB/USD daily chart

    As mentioned, Shiba Inu price could start to fade as the current rally depends on many external tailwinds. Should one or all of these start to fade, expect a quick nose dive in the price action towards $0.00003153 as first real support. In the case that global markets completely shift to risk-off, expect cryptocurrencies to be the first to be ousted in the portfolio reshuffle and SHIB price to hit $$0.00002008.

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