Yesterday I posted long term analysis on AMP here: My mid-/long term analysis is still relevant at the time I'm publishing this 2 hour candle chart, so feel free to take a look at the mid-/long term chart as well. Because I received some requests to publish the live chart for a short term view as well, I decided to publish this 2 hour chart.
AMP successfully broke out of the short term from my February 21st analysis and is resuming its course towards the long term ceiling, to test it for another break attempt on the mid / long term chart. Short term Synereo AMP is flagging and searching for the timing to break out from this . It looked like it was about to break upward yesterday, but the rapid Bitcoin price fall probably interfered with that (trade cautious, Bitcoin is still volatile).
Synereo announced it will have a coin burn this march. One third of the coin supply will be burned this month, which will make it more scarce, and will probably influence the price in a positive manner. https://blog.synereo.com/2018/03/06/synereo-to-burn-100000000-worth-of-amps/
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It bounced up a bit and is flagging upward since. It will probably try to test the purple flag ceiling line(s) again.
I have noted the updated short term targets in the event of an upward or a downward break: