- Cardano price collected liquidity resting below the September 13 swing low at $0.460, triggering a reversal.
- Investors can expect ADA to continue this recovery rally until it retests the $0.505 hurdle.
- A daily candlestick close below $$0.0.450 will create a lower low and invalidate the bullish outlook for ADA.
Cardano price triggers its liquidity fractal pattern again after the recent sell-off in Bitcoin and Ethereum. The collection of sell-stop liquidity has also caused ADA to catalyze a run-up. Interested traders can capitalize on this rally by jumping on this trend at the right time.
Cardano price signals buy
Cardano price created the seventh liquidity run on a twelve-hour chart as it swept the September 13 swing low at $0.460 and created a double bottom at $0.450. This development kick-started a reversal that has pushed ADA up by 5.82% so far.
The bounce in ADA could easily retest the immediate hurdle at $0.505. Since Cardano price produced a higher high at $0.521 relative to the September 6 swing high at $0.512, the trend seems to be favoring bulls. Hence, the ongoing recovery rally could aim for the $0.530 resistance level.
If ADA retests $0.530, it will have rallied 17% and is likely where the upside will be capped for the so-called “Ethereum-killer.” Additionally, this move would have produced a higher high relative to the last higher high at $0.524 formed on September 10.
ADA/USDT 12-hour chart
On the other hand, if Cardano price produces a lower low below the $0.450 level, it will invalidate the bullish thesis for ADA. This development could see Cardano price crash to the $.435 stable support level.
The video attached below talks about Bitcoin price and its potential outlook, which could influence Cardano price.
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