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Dogecoin Hitting $1 A Matter Of ’When,’ Not ’If:’ Why These Technical Analysts Are Bullish

Three popular technical analysts continue to remain bullish on Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) even as the meme cryptocurrency slid to the eighth position in terms of market capitalization among the world’s largest cryptocurrencies.

What Happened: Popular cryptocurrency analyst and trader Justin Bennett told his more than 66,000 followers on Twitter to not give up on Dogecoin and keep holding it as “patience is key.” He added that he is “already long” on the Shiba Inu-themed cryptocurrency.

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Cryptocurrency expert Scott Melker, known as “The Wolf Of All Streets” on Twitter, told his almost 97,000 followers on the microblogging platform that he believes Dogecoin is poised to rebound to the 0.35 level, based on the Dogecoin-Tether (CRYPTO: USDT) price charts.

The analyst most bullish on Dogecoin, is perhaps, pseudonymous cryptoanalyst and influencer “Altcoin Sherpa.” He believes it’s only a question of “when” and not “if” that the altcoin will touch the $1 level.

Why It Matters: The three analysts join other popular technical analysts like Kaleo, The Crypto Dog and Pentoshi who reiterated their bullish stances as Dogecoin regained the 30-cent level last week.

Cryptocurrency market analyst Gianni Di Poce recently said at the Benzinga Crypto Trading Festival that he “wouldn’t be surprised to see DOGE at over a buck a coin.”

Dogecoin’s year-to-date gains are an impressive 5,255.8%. However, the Shiba Inu-themed cryptocurrency is down 58.8% from its all-time high of $0.7376 reached in May and is now in eighth place in terms of market capitalization, as per CoinMarketCap data.

Price Action: Dogecoin is down 1.9% during the last 24 hours, trading at $0.3046 at press time.

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Source: Dogecoin Hitting $1 A Matter Of ’When,’ Not ’If:’ Why These Technical Analysts Are Bullish

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