While SOL failed to close above the $47 resistance area, it is currently making another attempt at moving above it.
In July, the price of SOL experienced a significant breakthrough, surpassing a descending resistance trendline that had been in place for an extended period.
In September, this trendline was confirmed as a reliable support level (green icon), leading to an acceleration in SOL’s upward momentum.
SOL managed to surpass a crucial hurdle at the $28 horizontal resistance area. Following this breakout, SOL achieved a new yearly high, reaching a price of $46.70 today.
the price failed to sustain its increase, creating a long upper wick and validating the $47 area as resistance.
The weekly Relative Strength Index (RSI) is bullish.
If the RSI reading is above 50 and the trend is upward, bulls still have an advantage, but if the reading is below 50, the opposite is true
There were concerns for a potential Solana sell-off since the bankrupt FTX exchange unstaked 3.96 million tokens and moved 750,000 to Binance and Kraken.
One thing that’s worth noting about FTX’s $SOL holdings: While FTX holds a very large % of $SOL supply, most of it is still locked and will be fully vested in 2028. SOL price can still be impacted in the short term. But not as bad as everyone expects.
bullish trend, primarily attributed to the Elliott Wave count.
which involves analyzing repetitive long-term price patterns and investor psychology to determine the direction of the prevailing trend.
The most likely count suggests that SOL is in the third wave of a five-wave upward movement (white). The third wave is often the largest and sharpest of the bullish waves.
the price may reach a local top soon.
it could consolidate near the $38-$40 level before completing wave five at $68.
the SOL price may extend wave three further, reaching the $68 region without consolidation. A close above $48 would confirm this.
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