- AVAX price contemplates a retest of the $72.06 to $81.23 daily demand zone.
- This buy opportunity will likely be followed by a 25% advance to set up an all-time high at $100.
- A daily close below $72.06 will invalidate the bullish thesis.
AVAX price has been on a massive ascent for roughly 20 days and is currently hovering above a mix of crucial support floors. A bounce off of these levels is likely to trigger another quick run-up for the altcoin.
AVAX price to enter triple-digit territory
AVAX price action between September 7 and October 20 formed a bullish continuation pattern. In particular, Avalanche bulls triggered a 153% ascent between September 7 and September 23, known as a flagpole. This move was followed by a consolidation in the form of a descending parallel channel known as a flag.
A decisive daily candlestick close above the flag’s upper trend line at $57 constitutes a breakout, forecasting a 153% ascent to $130. This target is obtained by adding the flagpole height to the breakout point.
So far, AVAX price has rallied 56% and has a lot more to go. However, there is a good chance that Avalanche will retrace to the daily demand zone ranging from $72.06 to $81.23. This move will allow the bulls to replenish for another leg-up.
In such a case, AVAX price will rally 25% to retest the 100% trend-based Fibonacci extension level at $100. A highly bullish case could see Avalanche bulls extend this uptrend to the next level at $130, constituting a 60% ascent.
AVAX/USDT 6-hour chart
On the other hand, if AVAX price fails to hold above $72.06, it will indicate a weakness among buyers and even invalidate the bullish thesis if the daily closing price goes below it.
Such a move is likely to trigger a further descent to the $60 support level.
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