-Price has been forming a
-300 MA is acting as support
XRP has had a wild run over the last year as the SEC lawsuit has put many dampers in the price. Despite this lawsuit still pending, XRP has been consolidating above the $1.00 mark for nearly 35 days, marking the longest consolidation above it in history. Although this may seem like a statistic, indecision across other large cap coins may put XRP at risk of a downfall below the $1.00 mark. After such a long consolidation period, we should see a larger move on XRP soon.
Ever since XRP broke the $1.00 mark on August 13th, price has successfully stayed over it besides on September 7th when prices fell below it for a very short period of time. This price action can tell us $1.00 is now a strong support as price has successfully bounced off it numerous times. Shown in light blue, we can see the XRP has formed over the last month. At the time of writing, XRP is stuck between a major resistance of $1.12 & major support of $1. 05 .
Considering how close XRP is trading to its major support of $1. 05 , we can assume a break can happen at any time. If bears assert more control & pull XRP below this support, price may be in for a large fall to its major support of $0.95. Before this can occur, XRP must break below the 300MA which has acted as support for nearly 2 months. In the case XRP gains enough steam to break & hold the major resistance of $1.12, we should expect a revival to the 4 month which is shown in black. If bulls manage to break & hold the $1.20 mark, XRP will then be back in position for a large push to $1.30+.
Over the last day or two, we can see the has been falling towards the oversold region. At the time of writing, XRP is attempting to break out of this region and head towards the 50 value. If strength manages to break the 50 value, XRP will be in position to break its current . While looking at the , we can see the MAs have started to flatline right around the 0 value. If the can break the 0 value, XRP will be clear for a push.
XRP Intraday Analysis
Spot rate: $1.07
Support: $1. 05
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