Technical Analysis for MATUSD for 27th July 2022
Bitcoin Polygon Recovers, will MATIC Float to $1 in a Bull Continuation?
Past Performance of MATIC
Polygon is steady when writing, adding seven percent on the last trading day and down 14 percent week-to-date. In a bear breakout below a bull flag, sellers have the upper hand and appear determined to reverse gains of the first half of last week. Per the formation in the daily chart, MATIC prices will likely drop to $0.70 in a retest and completion of the second phase of a typical breakout formation following gains on July 14.
MATIC Technical Analysis
Despite the bounce in the early Asian session, sellers are currently in charge and will most likely confirm losses of July 26 in a continuation pattern reflecting losses of early May 2022. Notably, the bear bar that forced prices below the recent bull flag and July 18 lows has high trading volumes pointing to high participation, marking weakness. Therefore, based on the formation in the daily chart, traders may search to find unloading opportunities on every pullback, with targets at $0.60 in the short term. It would be especially the case if MATIC bulls failed to unwind losses and force prices above $0.80. However, any unexpected surge above $0.90 will strengthen bulls, laying the foundation for a refreshing surge towards $1.
What to Expect from MATIC
Technically, MATIC is within a bullish breakout formation. Even so, given the strong liquidation of July 26, the coin will likely plunge back to $0.70 and $0.60 in a retest should prices be capped below this week’s highs.
Resistance level to watch: $0.90
Support level to watch: $0.60
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