Elrond price has hit a dead end after the recent rally locked horns with a four-month resistance level. Lack of buying pressure coupled with the exhaustion of buyers could be key in triggering a pullback for EGLD.
Elrond’s price rallied roughly 30% between September 27 and October 27, tagging the upper limit of the $38 to $59 range. Although EGLD briefly broke above this consolidation, it failed to sustain the bullish momentum resulting in a re-entry inside the range on August 17.
Since this point, Elrond price has tried to break free on multiple occasions but has failed. The latest retest is a testament to the significance of the $59 hurdle. To add to this bearish outlook, EGLD has produced a set of higher highs between October 4 and October 27, while the Relative Strength Index (RSI) has set up lower highs.
This technical formation is termed bearish divergence and indicates that the altcoin is rallying higher while momentum is declining. Due to this signal, Elrond’s price will likely tumble. The support levels that could absorb the incoming selling pressure include $51.17. A breakdown of this barrier could see EGLD retest at $48.50, which is the midpoint of the aforementioned range.
Therefore, investors can expect a 14% drop to $48.50 in the coming days.