The Dogecoin (DOGE) price lost its bullish structure by breaking down from a short-term support line. The price is likely not done falling.
The Dogecoin price has traded in a long-term symmetrical triangle since June 16 2022. The triangle’s support line was validated in October of the same year.
However, the price has fallen under a descending resistance line since reaching a high of $0.158 on Nov. 1, the highest price for more than six months. The price of DOGE made numerous attempts at breaking out over the past 24 days, all unsuccessful. However, an eventual breakout is expected since lines get weaker each time they are touched.
Dogecoin (DOGE) Price Is Not Done Decreasing
The technical analysis from the short-term six-hour chart shows that the DOGE token price broke down from an ascending support line. It is possible that the decrease was part of wave A of an A-B-C structure (black). Therefore, a relief rally ensued, and the DOGE price is now in the C wave. Giving waves A:C a 1:1 ratio would lead to lows near $0.074, close to a horizontal support area. The decrease could begin in the next 24 hours.
There is also a short-term descending resistance line (dashed) whose slope coincides with the previously outlined long-term one. Therefore, a breakout above it would invalidate the bearish forecast. In that case, the digital currency could increase to highs near $0.110.
To conclude, the most likely Dogecoin price forecast is a drop toward $0.075. Afterward, the upward movement could continue. However, a breakout from the short- and long-term descending resistance lines would invalidate this bearish outlook. In that case, the DOGE price could increase to $0.11.
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