Pullback to this area can be used to enter a long position in Binance Coin.

Traditional and crypto market participants were keeping a close eye on the FOMC meeting results. Another 75 basis point (0.75%) increase is expected as the Federal Reserve fights inflation. In the short term, Bitcoin may resemble major stock indices in the coming days.

Traders may want to wait until the dust settles on that event before entering any positions. Long-term Binance Coin investors will be pleased with the coin’s performance in late October. BNB’s fortunes were likely to improve further.

Binance Coin is ripe for a pullback to $310

Binance Coin reaches highs from August, where next?

Source: BNB/USDT on TradingView

Binance Coin witnessed a breakout from the range it traded within since late August. Alongside the price, the OBV also witnessed a breakout from a resistance level plotted in August. Correspondingly, the RSI also surged in the past few days to reflect the strong bullish momentum.

The RSI being in overbought territory alone does not warrant a pullback. However, the price hit a bearish order block on the 12-hour timeframe from August at $330. The large upper candlewicks of the past couple of days suggested that the bulls’ attempts to drive prices higher were thwarted.

Yet, the market structure remained bullish. A pullback to the $310-$300 area can be used to enter a long position targeting $336 and $360. A session close beneath $300 would invalidate this bullish idea.

Binance Coin shows short-term holders at a profit

The 30-day MVRV ratio has been positive since June and suggested that holders were at a profit. In the past two weeks, the MVRV saw a huge spike. This coincided with the price’s ascent on the charts from the $260 area. The large rise in the metric showed the possibility that buyers in recent weeks would be willing to sell.

On the other hand, the 30-day active address metric has been in decline in recent months. However, that need not negatively impact the price action of Binance Coin in the weeks to come.

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