- Polkadot price might slide below $37.55 to collect liquidity resting around the $35.47 support level.
- This downswing will provide sidelined buyers an opportunity to accumulate DOT before embarking on a 30% upswing to $45.72.
- A daily close below $35.47 will invalidate the bullish thesis and likely trigger a descent.
Polkadot price looks to be showing a slightly bullish reaction as it nears a support floor. This uptick in buying pressure could be a lure as DOT could slide lower in search of liquidity. Therefore, investors need to be aware of a potential wick to the downside.
Polkadot price prepares for a move higher
Polkadot price has been on a downswing for roughly three weeks and shows signs of reversal as it hovers above $37.55. While the 30% correction seems done, there is a small chance DOT might dive lower to collect the liquidity resting below the $37.55 support level and fill the fair value gap at $35.47.
This move will provide the buyers with a perfect opportunity to accumulate DOT at a discount. Regardless of where it drops to, investors can expect Polkadot price to kick-start its upswing toward $45.72 thereafter.
This upswing would constitute a 30% climb from $35.47 or 21% from $37.55. In some cases, DOT could extend to the $47.91 and $49.71 resistance barriers.
DOT/USDT 4-hour chart
While things are looking up for Polkadot price, a breakdown of the $35.47 support floor will indicate a weakness among buyers and increased selling pressure. This move will also invalidate the bullish thesis.
In this scenario, Polkadot price will retest the $34.27 support level, where it could give the rebound another go.
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