Komodo Hits Demand Zone: Double Bottom + Bullish Divergence

AlanSantana Updated   
BINANCE:KMDBTC   Komodo / Bitcoin
Komodo (KMDBTC) Chart Analysis

KMDBTC Long term chart:
  • Here we are looking at a double bottom on the long term weekly chart for Komodo (KMDBTC).
  • After this demand/support zone was hit last time, back in November 2018, KMDBTC went on a bullish wave that generated 190% profits. We believe that the next wave can be even bigger, we are looking at around 250% profits from the current price to resistance. Up to 720% in profits to ATH.
  • Bullish divergence on the MACD.
  • Increasing trading volume.

Let's take a closer look to see the different signals in the making (main chart above):

  • The bullish divergence on the above chart is marked with a purple arrow and is showing up on both the MACD and RSI.
  • Now trading above EMA10 (needs a close above it on the daily time frame for signal confirmation).

Komodo (KMDBTC) hit strong support (demand zone) and is very likely to produce a bullish wave within the next 1-3 weeks.
All details are shared on the chart.

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(1) 0.000164 -Reached 26-May (+9%)

(1) 0.000164 -Reached 26-May (+9%)
(2) 0.000181 -Reached 29-May (+20%)
(3) 0.000194 -Reached 29-May (+28%)
If KMDBTC can stay above EMA50 (0.0001772), then an impulse up is very likely...

Looking bullish for me.
(1) 0.000164 -Reached 26-May (+9%)
(2) 0.000181 -Reached 29-May (+20%)
(3) 0.000194 -Reached 29-May (+28%)
(4) 0.000210 -Reached 4-June (+38%)
(5) 0.000227 - Next targe.
(6) 0.000255

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