The brief Dogecoin price rally last week following Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s bid to buy Twitter appears to be fizzling out as DOGE closes the week over 8%.
DOGE’s price dropped to $0.142 on April 17, three days after peaking out locally at $0.149. The Dogecoin correction, albeit modest, raised its potential to trigger a classic bearish reversal pattern with an 85% success rate of reaching its downside target. As a result, Dogecoin’s probability of correcting toward its H&S neckline near $0.132 appears higher, down about 7.5% below today’s price. The level coincides with DOGE’s 50-day simple moving average (50-day SMA; the blue wave), thus providing additional support.
A decisive breakout move below the support confluence could risk triggering the H&S setup, with the downside target sitting below $1, down almost 30% below today’s price.