The Solana (SOL) price displays a bullish reversal opportunity with a double bottom pattern at the psychological Mark of $30. However, the declining 50-day EMA opposes the bullish growth to reach the neckline at $38. So, should you consider taking a bullish trade or wait until prices exceed $38?
During the last few bearish weeks, the SOL/USDT chart shows the Solana market price declined sharply to reach the bottom crucial support level at $30. The correction coincides with a reversal from the 100-day EMA accounting for a bear cycle of 20%, undermining the previous recovery rally seen in July.
The bear cycle, however, fails to break the psychological Mark of $30, leaving a consolidation with the overhead resistance of $38. Additionally, the bullish resurfacing influence over the consolidation range teases a double bottom which generally forecasts a reversal from a notion formed at a solid base level.
The consolidation’s ceiling at $38 acts as the neckline of the bullish pattern and the recent reversal of 10% over the last two days cements the idea of a trend reversal. Hence, optimistic swing traders can find buying opportunities at the current market price.
However, the traders waiting for a breakout entry opportunity will have to be patient till the Solana market price surpasses the $38 neckline. The bullish pattern gives the next target as the $47 horizontal level.
However, considering the reversal rally fails to exceed the 50-day EMA, the double bottom theory will be nullified, potentially leading to a drop to $30.
The rising RSI slope peaks above the halfway line supporting the bullish reversal theory by indicating a rise in the underlying bullishness. However, the sideways trend in the midterm reflects a bullish turmoil over the trend control.
Source : coingape