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The advent of the symmetric triangle pattern for the Shiba Ino coin (shib), here’s what might happen

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What is the Symmetrical Triangle pattern?

The Symmetrical Triangle pattern is a pattern that resembles an equilateral triangle, where the price moves within two converging trendlines. This pattern can break in either direction – upward or downward – and often signifies a period of market instability. The direction of the breakout often indicates potential future price movement.

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According to the latest data, Shiba Inu is trading at an approximate price of $0.00000818. The asset is moving within the confines of a symmetrical triangle, and traders eagerly await a breakout.

For Shiba Inu, this symmetrical triangle could be a pivotal moment. Typically, the pattern suggests that the asset will continue in the direction it was trending before entering the triangle. Given Shiba Inu’s recent mixed performance, a breakout could indicate a strong movement in either direction.

The token’s burn rate is increasing by 150%. A higher burn rate generally acts as a factor that makes the asset scarcer, potentially driving up demand and price. This could serve as an incentive for SHIB as it approaches the apex of its symmetrical triangle.

Although the symmetrical triangle isn’t a guaranteed indicator of future price movement, it provides traders with a framework for potential scenarios. Given the current market conditions and the rising burn rate, an upward breakout remains a possibility.

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