After a massive 860% rally during 2020, Waves has been one of the best-performing assets in the market for a reason. The digital asset is currently trading at $2.34 after a significant correction which should be considered somewhat healthy considering the magnitude of the bull rally.
On the daily chart, the price of Waves has formed a wedge, but its converging trendlines are still far from touching. On October 1, the price got rejected from the upper boundary and it’s now aiming for a re-test of the 100-SMA support level at $2.21
If the 100-SMA breaks, bulls still have the lower trendline at around $2 for the strongest support level. A bearish breakout below this point will take WAVES down to $1.63 where the 200-SMA currently stands.
On the other hand, a successful defense of the 100-SMA into a bull break will push the digital asset close to $3 where the 50-SMA sits. The trading volume of WAVES has been declining significantly over the past three days, indicating that volatility is nearby.
Can Waves Price Recover In The Short-Term?
On the 4-hour chart, the price has dipped below a crucial support level at $2.41. Additionally, bulls have lost the 50-MA and the 100-MA. The RSI is not yet overextended and the last support level is $2.3.
Things aren’t looking great for the buyers, however, if they can establish a higher low compared to $2.3 into a higher high, they will confirm a 4-hour uptrend.
The 200-MA is close to a bearish cross with the 50-MA and the 100-MA which would further increase the selling pressure.
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