The Binance Coin (BNB) price recently broke out above a descending resistance line in place since November 14, 2019.
A breakout above a long-term resistance line is often a sign that the price could begin an upward move. This was outlined by PoxyXBT, a well-known trader who tweeted out a BNB price chart while stating that, after the retest of the resistance line, the market outlook for BNB has turned bullish.
And that's why I don't force trades…
Anyway, BNB is starting to look pretty bullish again.
Nice retest of the level
— Posty (@PostyXBT) January 6, 2020
Double Bottom for Binance Coin
The BNB price has been on a downward trend since April 19, 2019, when the price reached an all-time high of 48,134 satoshis.
On September 25, the price fell to a low of 18,050 satoshis and began an upward move that was unsuccessful. Afterwards, the price decreased and made a double bottom on December 21.
Besides being a bullish reversal pattern, the double bottom was combined with bullish divergence in the three-day RSI, which was recording oversold values. The three-day RSI has never recorded bullish divergence until now. However, it was oversold in the beginning of December 2018, prior to initiating an upward move of 260 percent and reaching the aforementioned all-time high.
However, the price is not at a significant support area, the closest one being at 15,000 satoshis. All things considered, the long-term outlook for BNB suggests that a bullish reversal might begin soon.
The BNB price broke out above a descending resistance line on December 29. However, the price failed to even retest the previous support level of 20,000 satoshis. Rather, the price created two long upper wicks at 19,500 satoshis and is currently in the process of creating a daily bearish engulfing candlestick.
In addition, the price is trading below the 50- and 100-day moving averages (MAs), which have made a bearish cross and are offering very close resistance to the price.
The daily outlook is bearish and negates some of the positive signs from the long-term outlook. What seemed like a double bottom looks more like a full retracement after a failed upward move, which is a bearish development.
The short-term bearishness is even more pronounced in lower time-frames. The double top with long upper wicks was combined with bearish divergence in the RSI. A price close below the red line would confirm the pattern and indicate that the BNB price is heading lower.