HOWEVER, in my previous analysis, I did outline what a potential V-shaped low would look like for VET. You can even see it on this chart, right where I drew it. I thought VET could get down to 70 sats , but it actually bounced earlier at 80. This was a liquidity hunt. Now the people who sold on the breakdown of 100 are forced to rebuy higher. This is why shakeouts often end accumulation ranges. The big guys already loaded up at 100 sats . There's no need to sell there. Maybe probably do another video on accumulation and shakeouts, but my first one is linked at bottom.
On the downside, if VET breaks back below 100 and starts to look worrying, my view will change. For now though...things are looking pretty great.
This is not financial advice! As I said, this is speculation, and my opinion based on my own observations and feelings.
Analysis where I called the rise towards 150 earlier this year: