- Solana price shows a consolidation after a 27% crash from roughly $48 to $35.
- The ongoing range tightening will likely result in a 15% upswing to $40.39.
- A daily candlestick close below $35 will invalidate the bullish thesis.
Solana price shows that it is in a consolidation phase after the recent drop. This tightening could evolve into an explosive move to the upside. Investors can wait for a confirmation of the breakout and ride the wave.
Solana price ready for recovery
Solana price dropped 27% from its August 14 swing high at $48.37 and is stabilizing around $35. So far, SOL seems to be consolidating here for roughly the last week and shows no signs of an immediate uptrend.
However, investors can look for confirmations of a bullish move for Solana price in a lower time frame.
The volume profile shows that the point of control, aka the highest volume traded level, is present at $40.39. Hence, the breakout move will likely face resistance around this barrier, suggesting the upside for Solana price is capped at 15%.
If the buying pressure and bullish momentum are strong enough to flip this hurdle into a support floor, the uptrend for Solana price could extend to $44.45 or roughly $45. This barrier has been a major resistance level for the last three months, hence a local top could form here before a breakout.
SOL/USDT 1-day chart
While things are looking up for Solana price, a daily candlestick close below $35 will create a lower low and invalidate the bullish outlook. This development could see SOL drop to July 13 swing low at $31.75.
If the sellers step on the pedal, then SOL could revisit the subsequent swing lows until $25.84.
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