Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis (February 19)
- The US dollar has now forced the XRP price value into a range trading condition.
- The XRP/USD price now hovers around $0.30 and $0.28 zones.
- The $0.30 value, again seen as a strong-line retarding free upward ride of the XRP/USD bulls.
Major supply zones: $0.32, $0.34, $0.36
Major demand zones: $0.26, $0.24, $0.22
Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis
After a notable downward price movement in the XRP/USD trade operations, the US dollar has now forced the crypto’s value into a range trading condition. The crypto fell from a high point at $0.34 down to around $0.28 price value.
During trading sessions on February 16, the pair averaged lower towards the major demand zone at a $0.26 mark. Currently, the pair’s value is trading in a range outlook around price zones at $0.30 and $0.28 points.
Ripple Technical Indicators Reading
There has been an interception of the bigger SMA trading indicator by the smaller SMA from the top. And, the 50-day SMA is of more trending flat over the 14-day SMA trading indicator as they both point towards the east direction.
Price also trades around a small space between them. Above all, all these are happening around range price zones of the $0.30 and $0.28 marks of the XRP/USD market.
The XRP/USD market bulls have to make every recuperating move against the bears. But, in the course of that, they have revisited a noted pressurizing point at $0.30. Hence, the reason for the current choppy price movements of the crypto-trade. The $0.30 value has lately observed as a strong-line retarding free upward ride of the bulls in this market. And, as at now, there is no profound indication that the bulls will be sustainably breakthrough it northwardly.
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