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XRP’s likely bullish breakout may lack significant momentum

Mark Prestwood



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After consolidating under the $0.260 mark for a majority of last week, XRP’s price exhibited a growth of over 4 percent which improved its valuation to $0.265 on 14th Sept. XRP’s value underwent correction afterward and at press time, was valued at $0.257. However, short-term charts of XRP exhibited another positive outlook.

XRP 1-hour chart

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On 14th Sept, XRP breached short term support at $0.255; the valuation tested resistance at $0.264 but did not surge past it. At press time, the price was declining but a descending channel pattern was forming in the charts. The price movement of XRP navigated within the channel formation but it was observed that the pattern was breached by a couple of fakeouts toward the downside. The real bullish breakout was yet to surface in the charts and it was expected to transpire in the next few days.

50-Moving Average also completed a bullish crossover with 100-Moving Average indicating a trend reversal toward the bulls.

XRP 4-hour chart

Source: Trading View

4-hour chart of XRP exhibited a similar pattern of a descending channel. A bullish breakout was indicated as trading volume also decreased in the charts, confirming validity of the pattern. Fibonacci retracement lines suggested that the price faced immediate resistance at $0.261, which should be easily breached during the bull surge. The long-term resistance at $0.2655 should be tested if higher bullish momentum comes into play.

However, Relative Strength Index appeared a little bearish as traders seem to exit the market at press time.


XRP’s price treaded positive patterns in the chart but few indicators suggested that the breakout will likely entertain a price hike. Resistance line at $0.260 should be re-tested but a positive breach was unlikely.

Mark is a full-time member of the Editorial team of AMBCrypto. With his five-year experience as a business editor for one of the largest dailies in the US, Mark brings sanity and order to our editorial team. Mark is a business major and loves building automotive parts when he's not working. Email him at [email protected] or [email protected]

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