- DOGE makes an entry into the green zone after experiencing a surge of 1.12% in one day.
- Looking at the trading volume, the traders seem to have a demand for the meme coin as it experienced a surge of 5.98% in 24 hours.
- This rising wedge may still be in its formation period and could indicate a bullish signal for the memecoin.
Based on the 24-hour chart, DOGE makes an entry into the green zone after experiencing a surge of 1.12% in one day. Despite DOGE remaining in the green zone over the week, the meme coin did fall into the red zone midweek. However, the meme coin was able to quickly recover and continued to stride in the green area.
Looking at the trading volume, the traders seem to have a demand for the meme coin as it experienced a surge of 5.98% in 24 hours. At the start of the week, DOGE was trading at $0.06121, and after experiencing a continuous spike during the week it is finally trading at $0.06313, at the time of writing.
Looking at the DOGE/USDT 1-day chart, the candlesticks initially faced a massive tumble back in August. This made DOGE fall below the $0.7 level. The downfall may seem like the meme coin was trading in a descending triangle; however, the trading pattern was imperfect as it failed to form a low high initially.
Later, in between the trading patterns, DOGE was able to start maintaining a descending triangle formation, however, it seemed that the meme coin made a bearish entry. Immediately, after it faced a fall, DOGE started trading in a rising wedge pattern. This rising wedge may still be in its formation period and could indicate a bullish signal for the memecoin.
Observing the previous patterns, if the memecoin copies its old patterns, then, it could reach the $0.08 level soon. Moreover, this $0.8 level could be a launchpad for the meme coin to cross beyond the levels of $0.1.
Furthermore, traders should note that even though DOGE fails to maintain the projected trading pattern, there could be a high chance that DOGE’s next target would be at $0.8. Hence, the buyers and sellers need to set their target points before deciding their entry and exit points in the market.
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