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BNB, ADA and SOL Price Analysis for November 30

Thu, 30/11/2023 - 16:10
BNB, ADA and SOL Price Analysis for November 30
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The growth has not lasted long, and most of the coins have returned to the red zone.

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The price of Binance Coin (BNB) has declined by 0.47% over the last day.

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Today's move has not affected the general position of BNB on the daily chart. The price remains more bearish than bullish as the rate keeps trading near the support level of $224.

Binance Coin (BNB) Price Analysis for November 29

If buyers cannot seize the initiative soon, a further drop may lead to a breakout, followed by a blast to the $220 area.

BNB is trading at $228.4 at press time.


Cardano (ADA) has followed the decline of BNB, going down by 2.40%.

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The rate of ADA keeps falling after a false breakout of the resistance of $0.3951. If today's bar closes below yesterday's low, the drop may continue to the $0.36 zone shortly.

ADA is trading at $0.3763 at press time.


Meanwhile, the price of Solana (SOL) is almost unchanged since yesterday.

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Unlike other coins, the rate of SOL is looking bullish on the daily time frame. Traders should pay attention to the nearest resistance level of $62.10. If the bar closes near or even above it, the rise may lead to the test of $67.12 soon.

SOL is trading at $61.25 at press time.


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