- Solana price volume continues to decrease as buyers and sellers wait for a clear direction.
- Solana is trading between two strong resistance and support levels.
- Until price action displays something different than the status quo, the short-term direction remains down.
Solana price – like many cryptocurrencies today – sits at a make-or-break level. Above the current candlestick, the black horizontal line is the Point-Of-Control for the last high volume node between $139 and $75. Solana must remain above that level, or it risks returning to sub-$100 levels.
Solana price requires buyer conviction; else, short sellers will continue towards $90
Solana price continues to trade in a constricted but overall bearish condition. Bulls face consistent rejection against the Tenkan-Sen, a level that has acted as resistance now for over two weeks. Many attempts to trade above the Tenkan-Sen have been successful, but any convincing close above eludes buyers.
Near term-support for Solana is significant. Value areas between $115 and $125 are the weekly Tenkan-Sen, weekly Kijun-Sen, 38.2 Fibonacci retracement, and 61.8% Fibonacci extension levels. So it is no wonder why bears are having a difficult time pushing Solana price lower. However, risk-off sentiment remains a growing concern and will outweigh any structural, technical price support.
SOL/USDT Daily ichimoku Chart
While Solona price sets up for a strong sell-off, bears should be aware of the conditions that could quickly invalidate any downside movement. First, buyers will need to push Solana to a close above the daily Kijun-Sen at $168, but that still puts the Chikou Span in a touchy spot. October 9th is when the Chikou Span could close at $168 and be above the candlesticks to confirm a new bullish expansion phase.
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