DOT the Perfect Token for Support and Resistance Lovers

KRAKEN:DOTUSD   Polkadot / U. S. Dollar
Polkadot (DOT) has been increasing tremendously; the coin is currently up by 500% in less than three months. What is even better is that DOT’s pattern is actually predictable and one of the easiest for support and resistance traders.

Polkadot Pattern
The token has so far proved to follow Darvas’ box theory better than most other assets (including stocks). This means that the price moves within ranges defined by boxes with an upper limit (resistance) and a lower limit (support). In this case, Polkadot has been continually moving higher, and so the upper limits, once breached, became the new lower limits and a suitable entry point.

Due to the fast pace at which the price has been advancing, trend-following indicators on the bigger timeframes have not performed very well. If you would like to use trend-following indicators, the 30 minutes timeframe or even lower may be more suitable for DOT.

If you would like to stick to the bigger timeframes, then Williams %R (displayed above) has been working well. Williams %R is an oscillator that identifies oversold and overbought zones. Williams %R is one of the fastest oscillators, meaning that it identifies overbought and oversold zones the quickest. If you look at the chart, it has identified oversold zones in some of the best places corresponding with the lower limits (support areas).

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