- The bears are in the dominance of the long-term outlook of the cryptocurrency.
- Traders may look to sell at price exhaustion area with bearish candlestick.
BNB/USD Long-term Trend: Bearish
Supply zone: $50.00, $70.00, 90.00
Demand zone: $10.00, $8.00, $6.00
BNBUSD is in a bearish trend in the long-term outlook. The close of the daily candle on 2nd June as a doji nullify the bulls’ journey to the upperline of the channel. Hence the return of the bears with a large bearish candle at $50.00. BNB dropped initially to $29.61 breaking the 10-EMA a support area and later to $28.06 in the demand area on 4th June.
The week saw brief bulls return with the cryptocurrency price up at $32.84 in the supply. This should be seen as a market correction and a confirmation of the bearish continuation.
The new week is starting bearish with price break down at the trendline and a drop in price to $50.00 in the demand area. A close below the line will open the support at 50-EMA for a retest i.e $27.55 with $20,00 in the demand area as the second bears’ target.
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