Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis (February 24)
- XRP/USD market now trades sideways around a $0.28 mark.
- Trading indicators signal that the XRP/USD market still somewhat under declining moves.
- A strong rebound expected, while sudden dip occurs around the $0.24 major support level.
Ripple (XRP) Price Analysis
- Major resistance levels: $0.30, $0.32, $0.34
- Major support levels: $0.24, $0.22, $0.20
The XRP’s market has remained dominated by differential lower lows since it couldn’t move past $0.30 price level over time. The crypto market, majorly resisted by the US dollar to now fluctuates around $0.28 price point.
From the view of point, the downward pressures in the market also have less-active strength hence the reason for averaging a low value at $0.26. Being as it is, a downward break of the $0.26 price point remains the vital line that could allow the crypto’s value drop to locate support between the levels of $0.24 and $0.20 marks.
Ripple (XRP) Technical Indicators Reading
There have several attempts being made by the XRP/USD bears to push southward beyond the $0.26 line. The 50-day SMA trend-line is tightly over the current trading level of the pair. The 14-day SMA trading indicator is underneath the bigger SMA at a close point. A market point at $0.28 appears as the current upper range line. And, it indicates that it will be instrumental in determining the XRP/USD price upsurge.
The XRP market will continue with the current oscillating mode provided that a $0.26 mark remains unbroken downward, and the 50-day SMA trend-line stays over the trading level of the market. However, there are underlining indications to suggest a strong rebound in this crypto trade, especially while sudden dips occur around the $0.24 major support level.
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