- Shiba Inu price continues to consolidate after making massive gains.
- A false breakout above an ascending triangle could trigger a deeper corrective move.
- Strong support exists if a deeper pullback does occur.
Shiba Inu price has, in a surprise to many, maintained the majority of its huge rally. While Dogecoin killer Shiba Inu has made gains over 340% from the October open, it is still up over 280% despite the recent pullbacks. However, it could dip a little lower.
Shiba Inu price faces more profit taking and short selling if it fails to hold above the Tenkan-Sen
Shiba Inu price is up against a reasonably strong resistance area at $0.000028. $0.000028 is the daily Tenkan-Sen and the close of the end of the first rally at the beginning of October. This level represents the first roadblock to new higher highs, but a close below that level on the daily chart could trigger some further downside pressure.
The only support level below the Tenkan-Sen in the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo system is the Kijun-Sen at $0.000022, which shares that value area with the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement. Therefore, this would be a perfect support area for Shiba Inu price to find more buyers and for short sellers to profit. In addition, the 50% Fibonacci retracement at $0.000024 could also provide some near-term support.
SHIB/USDT Daily Ichimoku Chart
A close above yesterday's and today's daily highs ($0.000029) would likely invalidate any short-term bearish price action for Shiba Inu price. The Relative Strength Index has returned to neutral territory while the Composite Index is sloping at an angle, suggesting a cross above both of its averages is incoming. If Shiba Inu bulls can push for a close at or above $0.000029, then a retest of the recent all-time highs is likely.
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