The panic selling in the crypto market has resulted in an extended correction in RUNE price. The coin lost its crucial support of $5.7, which majorly supported during December 2021 and early January. The RUNE price has devalued by 40% within a week and now challenges another key support of $3.35.
Key technical points:
- The daily-RSI slopes plummeted to the oversold region
- The intraday trading volume in the RUNE token is $66 Million, indicating a 1.85% hike.
During the first half of January, the RUNE price continued to resonate in a narrow range extending from $8.1 to $5.7. Such consolidation phase represents a short break for price action before they continue their primary trend.
On January 19th, the token price gave a strong fallout from the $5.7 support, providing a selling opportunity for crypto traders. In just five days, the RUNE price lost 40% in value and plunged to the crucial support of $3.4.
The technical chart represents a bearish alignment among the crucial SMAs(20, 50, 100, and 200). These SMA lines could provide strong resistance during a possible bull run.
The daily-Relative Strength index(24) represents a sudden dip to the oversold territory, indicating the sellers might have pushed the token beyond its fair value.
RUNE Sellers Trying To Engulf $3.35 Support
The RUNE/USD pair is currently trading at the $3.2 mark, indicating an intraday loss of 16.31%. The token price has dropped below six-month prior support of $3.35, suggesting the price will continue its downfall.
However, the crypto traders are advised to wait for candle closing below this support to confirm a fallout and a possible sell opportunity to the $2 mark.
The Moving average convergence divergence shows the MACD and signal lines provide a bearish crossover below the neutral zone(0.00), indicating a sell signal.
- Resistance level $4.7, $5.7.
- Support levels-$3.5, $2.1.
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