Price analysis 6/9: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, SOL, MATIC, LTC, DOT

Bitcoin remains well above the crucial support at $25,250, indicating that market participants have shrugged off the news of the lawsuits by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against Binance and Coinbase. When markets do not stay lower for long after negative news, it is a sign that traders are looking to buy the dips rather than panic and dump their holdings.

ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood has been buying the dip in crypto-related stocks since the SEC unleashed its recent crypto regulatory action. Wood purchased $21 million worth of Coinbase stock on June 6 and followed that up with a purchase of Block Inc. shares worth $19.9 million between June 7 and 8.

The resilience of the cryptocurrency space is supported by a risk-on sentiment. The U.S. equities markets are on a roll, with the S&P 500 rising above 4,300 on June 9, the first such instance since August 2022.

Can bulls sustain the recovery in the cryptocurrency markets, or will higher levels bring out the bears in large numbers? Let’s study the charts of the top 10 cryptocurrencies to find out.

Bitcoin price analysis

Bitcoin (BTC) turned down from the moving averages on June 7, but a minor positive is that the bulls did not allow the price to slump below $26,125. This suggests that lower levels are attracting buyers.

The bulls will again try to thrust the price above the 20-day exponential moving average (EMA) of $26,924. If they succeed, it will suggest that the selling pressure is reducing.

The BTC/USDT pair may then climb to the 50-day simple moving average (SMA) of $27,536 and later to the resistance line of the descending channel. The bears are expected to fiercely defend this level.

Another possibility is that the price turns down from the current level. In that case, the bears will try to strengthen their position by pulling the price to $25,250. Buyers are likely to protect this level to the best of their ability.

Ether price analysis

The bulls have managed to maintain Ether (ETH) above the resistance line of the falling wedge pattern, indicating demand at lower levels.

The 20-day EMA ($1,854) has flattened out, and the relative strength index (RSI) is near the midpoint, indicating a balance between supply and demand. This balance will tilt in favor of the bears if they yank the price below $1,778. The ETH/USDT pair may then slip to $1,740 and subsequently to the support line of the wedge.

On the contrary, if buyers drive the price above $1,927, the bulls will gain the upper hand. The pair may first rise to $2,000 and thereafter dash toward the next major resistance at $2,200.

BNB price analysis

BNB (BNB) nosedived below the important support of $265 on June 7. The bulls tried to push the price back above the breakdown level on June 8, but the bulls held their ground.

The RSI in the oversold zone indicates that the selling may have been overdone in the near term. That could start a relief rally, which is likely to face selling at $265 and again at $280. If the price turns down from either level, it will signal that the sentiment remains negative and traders are selling on rallies.

On the downside, if bears sink the price below the intraday low of $253 made on June 7, the BNB/USDT pair may extend its decline to $240 and below that to $220.

XRP price analysis

XRP (XRP) remains in an up move. The bears tried to start a correction but could not pull the price to the 20-day EMA ($0.50) on June 7, indicating that the bulls are holding strong.

The rising 20-day EMA and the RSI in the positive territory indicate that the bulls are in command. Buyers will try to thrust the price above the overhead zone between $0.56 and $0.58. If they succeed, the XRP/USDT pair may start a new uptrend. The pair may first climb to $0.60 and then to $0.80.

If bears want to start a pullback, they will have to tug the price below the 20-day EMA. That may attract profit-booking from short-term traders, and the pair could fall to the 50-day SMA ($0.47) and later to $0.42.

Cardano price analysis

The bulls tried to start a relief rally on June 8, but the long wick on the day’s candlestick shows that bears continue to sell Cardano (ADA) at higher levels.

Although the downsloping moving averages indicate an advantage to bears, the RSI in the oversold territory suggests that a relief rally may be around the corner. The ADA/USDT pair may bounce off the solid support at $0.30.

The first overhead resistance to watch out for is the 20-day EMA ($0.35). A break and close above this resistance will indicate that the selling pressure may be reducing.

Alternatively, if the price continues lower and plummets below $0.30, it will clear the path for a potential decline to $0.24.

Dogecoin price analysis

Dogecoin (DOGE) remains below the breakdown level of $0.07, but the bulls have not allowed the bears to sink the price to the next support near $0.06.

Any recovery from the current level is likely to face selling near the 20-day EMA ($0.07), as seen from the long wick on the June 9 candlestick.

If the price turns down and continues lower, it will suggest that the bears are selling near overhead resistance levels. The DOGE/USDT pair could then dip toward the support near $0.06.

If bulls want to prevent the decline, they will have to quickly drive the price above the 20-day EMA. Such a move will suggest the start of a stronger recovery. The pair may then attempt a rally to $0.08.

Solana price analysis

Solana (SOL) dipped below the $18.70 support on June 8, but the long tail on the candlestick shows that the bulls are trying to protect the level.

The 20-day EMA ($20.15) has turned down and the RSI is below 39, indicating that it is going to be difficult for the bulls to start a solid rebound from the current levels. If the price breaks and sustains below $18.70, the SOL/USDT pair could drop to $17 and thereafter to the vital support at $15.28.

Contrary to this assumption, if the price rebounds off the current level, the pair may reach the moving averages. A break and close above the 50-day SMA ($20.92) will signal the start of a stronger relief rally toward $24.

Related: Why is Bitcoin price stuck?

Polygon price analysis

Polygon (MATIC) continues to move lower toward its crucial support at $0.69, indicating that bears are in firm control.

The bulls are expected to defend the $0.69 level with vigor because if they fail to do that, the selling may intensify and the MATIC/USDT pair could plunge to the next major support at $0.50.

On relief rallies, the breakdown level of $0.82 is likely to act as a major hurdle. If bulls overcome this obstacle, the pair may move up to $0.94. This level is likely to witness strong selling by the bears.

Litecoin price analysis

The bulls repeatedly purchased the dip below the 50-day SMA ($88) between June 7 and 9, indicating solid demand at lower levels. However, the bears have not given up as they continue to sell Litecoin (LTC) near the 20-day EMA ($90).

If the price turns down from the current level, the bears will try to pull the LTC/USDT pair to the uptrend line, which is likely to attract buyers. If the price rebounds off the uptrend line, it will suggest that the pair may extend its stay inside the triangle for a few more days.

On the upside, buyers will have to push the price above the 20-day EMA ($90) to open the doors for a possible rally to the resistance line of the triangle.

The next trending move is likely to begin after the price breaks above or below the triangle. Until then, the range-bound action is likely to continue.

Polkadot price analysis

Polkadot (DOT) remains below the breakdown level of $5.15, but a minor advantage in favor of the bulls is that they have not allowed the bears to sink the price below the immediate support at $4.90.

If the price turns up from the current level, it will suggest buying on dips. The bulls will then again try to propel the price above the 20-day EMA ($5.24). If they do that, the DOT/USDT pair may recover to $5.56.

Contrarily, if the price once again turns down from $5.15 or the 20-day EMA, it will indicate that bears continue to sell on minor rallies. That will increase the possibility of a drop below $4.90. The next major support on the downside is way lower at $4.22.

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