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With Solana unable to breach the $14.3 mark, could it see a 10% drop this week

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Solana unable to breach the $14.3 mark and could see a 10% drop this week
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Disclaimer: The findings of the following analysis are the sole opinions of the writer and should not be considered investment advice

  • Solana’s rejection at $15 was followed by successive bounces from $13.15 – $13.2
  • If this support zone fails, another move downward could follow

For the past three weeks, Solana [SOL] maintained a solid support level at the $13.15 region. SOL’s bulls have held their ground so far. However, another defense of this belt might be too much to ask from the exhausted bulls.


Read Solana’s [SOL] Price Prediction 2023-2024


Bitcoin [BTC] also faced resistance at $17.3k. The king coin would continue to have a bearish bias until the $17.3k and $17.6k levels were beaten. This meant that altcoins could have a hard time rallying as well. Solana traded within a range last month, and a move beneath the mid-range mark would signal a drop toward $11.

Solana bulls were unable to pierce a bearish breaker at $15 despite repeated attempts

Solana unable to breach the $14.3 mark and could see a 10% drop this week

Source: SOL/USDT on TradingView

On 10 November, Solana consolidated near the $14.1-$15 area for a few hours. It dropped swiftly from the $37 mark when news of the FTX collapse broke out. These few hours of consolidation were followed by a rally to $18 and formed a bullish order block. But in recent weeks, this zone of support was flipped to a region of resistance.

Since 14 November the same area, highlighted by the red box, has acted as a bearish breaker. It also represented the highs of the range that SOL traded within over the past month. This range extended from $15 to $11.3, and its mid-point lay at $13.14.

The Relative Strength Index (RSI) on the 12-hour chart was below neutral 50 and showed that bears occupied the driver’s seat. Meanwhile, the Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) was neutral and did not indicate either a strong buying or selling pressure since 3 December.

If Solana closed the 12-hour or one-day trading session below $13.14, it was likely to head toward the range lows at $11.3.

Open Interest was in steady decline, showing buyers were weak

Solana unable to breach the $14.3 mark and could see a 10% drop this week

Source: Coinglass

Since 24 November, the Open Interest chart has made a series of lower highs. Further, the OI gradually declined over the past three weeks. Solana reached a local top of $14.96 on that day, but has since been unable to ascend any further.

The falling OI and the gradual decline in prices meant that buyers who were optimistic about a breakout were forced to close their positions. Futures traders also had bearish sentiment based on the negative funding rate in recent days.

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Akashnath is a Chemical Engineering graduate deeply fascinated by Technical Analysis and the crypto markets and enjoys studying price movements and trying to find patterns.

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