MATIC Price Today: Bulls Rejects Near $2.0, Face Downside Risk Of 21%

Polygon (MATIC) price looks exhausted after rallying 60% from the January lows. The price bounced back after testing the lows on January 24 since then, MATIC has been in the continuous upside momentum and is now slamming at the upper trend line of the downside channel.

  • Polygon price trades lower on Thursday inside the downward channel.
  • The price face short-term resistance at $2.10, expect more downside below this level.
  • A decisive close above the mentioned level could reverse the current trend.

As of printing, MATIC/USD is trading at $1.98, down 3.38% for the day. The current market cap of polygon stands at $14,875,151,119 as per the CoinMarketCap.

MATIC price took a breather at the current level

On the daily chart, Polygon (MATIC) price consolidated near the $1.50 demand zone, which has been utilized by the investors to engage in the current leg up. MATIC has depreciated nearly 55% from the highs made in November at $2.92.

Source: Trading view

MATIC has been trading in the downtrend channel with the lower high and lower low formation. Bulls have been rejected three times near the upper trend line of the mentioned channel. Investors loose their patience every time approached the higher levels and pulled their funds to book profits.

The price has been struggling below the 50-day SMA (Simple Moving Average) at $2.07.

Looking at the previous price action there is a higher probability that MATIC would take a U-turn from the current level and would retreat toward the $1.50 significant level.

A breakthrough of this foothold would invite more sellers toward the $1.20 level. This would be the continuation of the lower high and lower low formation, a classic downside pattern.

On the flip side, the Bulls engaged in continuous efforts to push above the bearish sloping line. An acceptance above the 50-day SMA would bring the buyers back into the limelight with the first upside target of $2.20.

Technical indicators:

RSI: The Daily Relative Strength Index (RSI) reads at 50 with a bearish bias.

MACD: The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) still trades below the midline.

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