- Solana price experiences profit-taking since making new all-time highs.
- Significant gaps between the candlesticks and certain Ichimoku levels hinted at a mean reversion.
- A retest of the prior resistance zone as support is necessary to help confirm an uptrend.
Solana price action has been a leader in the altcoin space, pushing into new all-time highs and pushing former heavy-hitting market cap cryptocurrencies lower. As a result, profit-taking before the weekend was expected.
Solana price presents a buy-the-dip moment during the weekend trade
Solana price is likely to give traders who missed the most recent advance a second opportunity to enter. The recent price drop was expected, especially given the significant gaps between the Thursday and Friday candlesticks and the Tenkan-Sen. One anomalous behavior within the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo system is how price action responds to gaps between the candlesticks and the Tenkan-Sen. Gaps are not tolerated for long in Ichimoku, and there is often a return to equilibrium within a few periods.
SOL/USDT Daily Ichimoku Chart
The likely level of near-term support that becomes a buying opportunity for Solana price is the $210 value area. $210 is between the daily Tenkan-Sen and Kijun-Sen and provides enough wiggle room should sellers push price ranges between the two. A hypothetical trade setup would be a buy limit order between $205 and $210 with a stop loss slightly below the Kijun-Sen ($192) and a profit target just above the 161.8% Fibonacci expansion at $266.50.
A signal that a deeper retracement may occur would be any daily close below $200. That would set up conditions for bears to push Solana price to the weekly 50% Fibonacci retracement at $150.
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