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Solana (SOL) Dips -2.50% – A Quick Daily Outlook

Posted Tuesday, December 28, 2021 by
Arslan Butt • 3 min read
  • The SOL/USD coin is gaining immediate support at the 185.89 level. However, the overall trading bias remains bullish
  • On the other hand, the US dollar has failed to reverse its negative trend and continues to flash red for the day
  • BTC has begun a significant decline, trading below the $50,000 support level. Bitcoin (BTC) and other major altcoins, including Solana, have bounced off their immediate resistance levels
Today, during the Asian trading session, the SOL/USD Coin failed to put a stop to its early-day bearish rally, taking further offers below the $190.00 level, amid a risk-off mood in the crypto market. However, the crypto market is in a dismal mood after Bitcoin failed to break above the $52,000 resistance zone versus the US Dollar.

 

SOL/USD
BTC has begun a significant decline, trading below the $50,000 support level. Bitcoin (BTC) and other major altcoins, including Solana, have bounced off their immediate resistance levels, signaling that traders are selling and the sentiment is weakening.On the flip side, the weaker US Dollar was considered one of the critical factors that helped to limit any deeper losses in the SOL/USD coin. Currently, the SOL/USD coin is trading at the 192.971 level and consolidating in the range between 186.029 and 195.602. Despite multiple developments in the crypto world, the sentiment in the crypto market has been flashing red, possibly due to the lack of important data/events and the holiday mood. Meanwhile, billionaire Ray Dalio believes that the price of Bitcoin will be limited, which will have a negative influence on investor confidence and lead to falls in altcoins.

Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, which is the world’s largest hedge fund, believes that the price of Bitcoin will never reach a level as high as $1 million. “Logically… there’s a limit to its pricing in respect to other items like it,” he explained.

At the same time, Mexico’s 3rd-richest Billionaire’s advice to investors is to invest in Bitcoin, which might help limit losses in the crypto market. As per his keywords, “People should avoid fiat currencies like the dollar and the euro, and invest in Bitcoin instead.” He referred to fiat money as “false money made of paper and lies” and said that “central banks are producing more money than ever before.”

This isn’t the first time Salinas has recommended that people purchase Bitcoin. Actually, the billionaire tweeted in November, “buy Bitcoin right now,” claiming that the United States is “looking more and more like any other reckless third-world government,” along with a chart depicting “the extent of false money creation.”

The US dollar has failed to reverse its negative trend and continues to flash red for the day. However, diminishing concerns over the highly contagious Omicron coronavirus strain, paired with solid US Retail Sales figures, may encourage investors to seek riskier assets, rather than going for safe-haven assets like the US dollar. As a result, the declines in the Solana prices appear to be limited by the modest price movement in the US dollar.


Solana (SOL/USD) – A technical outlook

The SOL/USD coin is gaining immediate support at the 185.89 level. However, the overall trading bias remains bullish, and it could drive an uptrend in SOL/USD. A surge in buying could prompt a further uptrend until the $197 or $204 resistance levels. The upward trendline has already been violated, suggesting odds of a continued downtrend. It is likely to provide resistance at 191.45.

On the lower side, the SOL/USD coin is likely to gain support at 185 and 176. A break below 176 could expose the SOL/USD coin to the 168 level. The RSI and 50 EMA support a downtrend; therefore, consider staying bearish below the 196 level. Good luck!

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