Solana (SOL): Will it Rebound Back to $170 or Slip Down to $150?

With the resurgence of memecoin mania, Solana also received significant momentum. The bulls used all their strength to keep the value above $180 but the growing bearish strength caused a notable pullback. As a result, the SOL price is consolidating strongly within a narrow range of $163 to $172, indicating the possibility of a large move ahead.

While the crypto markets have been outpowered by the bears, can the SOL price initiate a fresh upswing to nullify the selling pressure?

Ever since the start of the rally in March, the SOL price has demonstrated its strength by marking highs above $200 a couple of times. However, a rejection followed, causing a 40% loss in value. Regardless of this, the current trade set-up suggests the bulls to be holding a tight grip over the rally and hence demonstrate a higher possibility of reclaiming $180 in the first few days of June.

As suggested in the above chart, the SOL price continues its trade within a symmetrical triangle and is currently holding above the local support zone between $155 and $160. The tight accumulation has occurred due to the equal participation of the bulls and bears and hence this suggests a huge price action could be on the horizon.

Besides, the technicals suggest a notable change in the trend as the Gaussian channel just turned green, indicating the beginning of an upswing. Moreover, the price is closely ranging just below the upper bands of the channel and if they manage to break above the levels, a fresh upswing may begin. Secondly, the stochastic RSI has also reached below the lower threshold and could be preparing for a rebound, substantiating the bullish claim.

Therefore, Solana’s (SOL) price continues to remain within bullish influence and hence a bullish breakout above $175 may be expected at the beginning of the second half of 2024.



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