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BNB price analysis for 6 February 2023, BNB, the fifth largest cryptocurrency based on market cap, is in a downtrend since November 2021. The downtrend broke in August but the 50 weekly SMMA stood as resistance. You can read more about BNB price from CoinCodex. On the first day of this week, it seems that buyers try to control the price based on the weekly Heikin Ashi Candlestick. The weekly MACD slightly turns positive and the RSI fluctuates over 50.
BNB price analysis on the Daily Chart 6 February 2023
By diving into the daily timeframe, the price fluctuates above the 50 SMMA line ($288.1). Additionally, the price moves higher, close to previous resistance areas.
The TFLOW V3 Algo has already generated a Re-Entry Long signal.
The Daily MACD indicator is positive.
The Daily RSI fluctuates over 50 and close to the overbought zone.
In the 5-hour chart, BNB creates an uptrend movement that surpassed the 50 SMMA ($310.4). The Volume Profile indicator determines $303.94s a strong trading area and the price fluctuates above it. The price moves higher but in a corrective way.
The 5-hour MACD is positive with a negative histogram. Moreover, the 5-hour RSI fluctuates over 50.
The price of BNB forms a bearish momentum in the weekly chart as the technical analysis and the indicators coincide. In the short-term scale, the price fluctuates in an uptrend movement close to previous highs. The price maintains the uptrend as it fluctuates over the 5-hour 50 SMMA.
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