- Algorand price faces a potential sell-off as the TD Sequential indicator flashed a sell-signal on the 12-hour chart.
- The last two times this setup flashed this sell signal on the same time frame, ALGO price saw a 12%-to-28% correction.
- A bearish thesis invalidation might come into play if ALGO manages to break above the recent high at $1.30.
Algorand price saw a 100% rally in the last three weeks and recently hit a local top of $1.30. Now, ALGO could potentially reverse as the Tom DeMark (TD) Sequential indicator presented a sell signal on the 12-hour chart.
Algorand price eyes a reversal in trend
Algorand price suggests exhaustion of the bullish momentum after the previous 12-hour candlestick developed as a potential reversal doji. Additionally, the TD Sequential indicator flashed a sell-signal in the form of a green nine candlestick. The bearish setup forecasts a one-to-four 12-hour candlestick correction before the uptrend resumes.
Interestingly, the last two times the TD setup turned bearish within this timeframe ALGO price took a significant nosedive. If something similar was to happen, investors should expect a pullback to the immediate support levels provided by the 78.6% and 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level.
These areas of interest sit at $1.12 and $0.97, respectively.
ALGO/USDT 12-hour chart
While this does seem bearish for Algorand, investors should note that cryptocurrencies are highly volatile. Therefore, a spike in buying pressure due to unforeseen events could lead to a 12-hour candlestick close above the recent high at $1.30.
If this were to happen, Algorand price might rise to $1.60 or even $2.00.
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