Band Protocol (BAND) - Bullish divergence

On the above 2-day chart price action has corrected 90% since the sell signal back in July 2020 following a massive 5500% from the buy signal in January 2020. A number of reasons now exist to be bullish, including:

1) Really? You don’t see it?!

2) Price action has corrected to the 0.786 Fibonacci level, which is also support on past resistance. Look left.

3) Regular bullish divergence. Multiple oscillators are currently printing bullish divergence with price action. It is clearer to see on the 1-day USD chart below.

4) On 'what if' list.

Is it possible price action falls further? For sure.

Is it probable? Very unlikely.


1-day USD chart bullish divergence

Type: trade
Risk: <=6% of portfolio
Timeframe: 3 to 6 months
Return: 20x
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These signals are fantastic.This is the 10-day dollar chart. What you now see is a hammer candle, they are a leading indicator of the momentum that is about to be seen over the coming weeks.

Unfortunately not alt-tokens are printing such candles. If I find the time..

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nudge nudge wink wink

I don't try to time bottoms, but when I do...

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But when I do....
Probably a good moment - Past resistance confirmed as support.
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Higher low on the golden pocket that also happens to be past resistance, perfect.

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Do you see? Did you see what printed??
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"Did you see?" now confirmed.

If you read those words on an idea I've updated, pay attention ;-)
** Swing trade opportunity **

Do not ignore. Price action is well outside the Bollinger Band on the daily. Remember 95% of all candles trade inside the band, which is 1100 sats.

On the lower time frames a strong sell signal has printed. Look for support around 700 sats in the first instance or if you’re a Patron, wait for a new buy signal to print.


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