- Axie Infinity price has sliced through the 50% retracement level at $129, suggesting a further downswing is likely.
- A rejection at the $131 to $135 supply zone will confirm the bearish outlook and kick-start a 20% correction to $102.
- A daily close above $139 will invalidate the bearish thesis.
Axie Infinity price has been on a steady downtrend since November 6 after multiple failed attempts to rally higher. This correction has pushed AXS below a crucial level and hints that a further downswing is likely.
Axie Infinity price to be available at discount
Axie Infinity price set up a swing high at $163 on October 29 and consolidated for a while. However, multiple attempts to breach past this barrier have failed, suggesting that the liquidity resting above these barriers was collected.
As a result, AXS has dropped 24% to where it currently trades, at $125. In doing so, Axie Infinity price has shattered the 50% retracement level at $129 and has ventured lower. However, investors can expect a relief bounce that either gets rejected at $129 or the $131 to $135 supply zone.
This inability to cross higher will be the final nail in Axie Infinity’s coffin, suggesting that AXS price will kick-start a 20% downswing to the range low at $102.
While this correction might seem straightforward, it is not. The support levels at $118 and $114 have been extremely resilient in the past and have supported the upswing. Therefore, market participants can expect Axie Infinity price to witness buying interests around these levels.
AXS/USDT 4-hour chart
While things are looking rough for Axie Infinity price, a daily close above the $131 to $135 supply zone will indicate a willingness to move higher. While this move is bullish, an invalidation of the bearish thesis will arrive only if AXS price produces a daily close above $139.
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