- AVAX price is likely to pull back after its 22% rally to the $25.83 support level, providing an opportunity for the next leg.
- The retracement is key in determining if it investors should add more to their holdings or consider booking profits.
- A daily candlestick close that flips the $25.83 level into a resistance barrier will invalidate the bullish thesis.
AVAX price shows no signs of stopping as it bounced off a stable support level on August 2 and triggered a massive run-up. This move seems to have reached an upper limit for now and is likely to pull back a little.
AVAX price remains unfazed
AVAX price surged 32% between July 26 and July 30, creating a range, extending from $19.54 to $25.83. This massive move retraced to the range’s midpoint at $22.68 over the next two days, forming a base for the next leg-up.
Soon enough, AVAX price kick-started its next ascent to the first target at $28.17. As investors continue to book profits, the uptrend is likely to exhaust a little, leading to a potential retracement to $25.83.
If this move shows strength after a pullback and holds above the aforementioned level, investors can bid here and expect the next target at $30.25 to be tagged. In total, this move would constitute a 17% ascent and is likely where the upside is capped for AVAX price.
AVAX/USDT 1-day chart
While the outlook for AVAX price is bullish, without a doubt, investors need to pay close attention to the upcoming pullback. A retest and hold of the $25.83 support level will be a positive development.
However, if AVAX price produces a daily candlestick close below the aforementioned level, flipping it into a resistance level, it will invalidate the bullish thesis and potentially trigger a deeper pullback to 23.93 or $22.68.
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