Dogecoin Price Technical Analysis – Springs up; More Upsides Possible?

Key Highlights

  • Dogecoin price climbed a few points higher during the past couple of sessions, and currently showing positive signs.
  • A bearish trend line formed on the hourly chart (data feed from HitBTC) was broken during the upside move.
  • If sellers step back, then a move towards the last swing high of 32.6 Satoshis is possible.

Dogecoin price traded higher Intraday, and if the recent trend line break on the hourly chart is true, more losses are likely moving ahead.

Trend Line Break

Dogecoin price managed to pop a few points higher Intraday, and traded above a major bearish trend line formed on the hourly chart (data feed from HitBTC). Buyers also succeeded in taking the price above the 100 hourly simple moving average, which is a bullish sign and may encourage buyers to take the price further higher.  The price traded as high as 31.9 Satoshis and retreated back.

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However, the broken trend line is currently acting as a support for the price along with the 100 MA. Furthermore, the 50% Fib retracement level of the last wave from the 28.6 Satoshis low to 31.9 Satoshis high is also positioned around the 100 MA. So, one can say that there is a monster support forming near 30.0 Satoshis in the short term.

As long as the price is above the stated level there is a chance of more upsides. The next stop on the upside could be around the last swing high of 32.6 Satoshis. On the downside, a break and close below the 100 MA may take the price back towards 28.5 Satoshis.

Looking at the indicators:

Hourly MACD – The MACD is about to change the slope to bearish, which can be a concern for buyers.

Hourly RSI – The RSI is also above the 50 level, which is a positive sign.

Intraday Support Level – 30.0 Satoshis

Intraday Resistance Level – 32.6 Satoshis


Charts from HitBTC and CEX.IO; hosted by Trading View



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