Back to 2016 price coming to xrp near you

Broken support, XRP won't hold it any longer at this high price. XRP is useless for big banks, unprofessional David schwartz (take a look at this twitter )
All big banks will use their own ''coin'' Ripple is too late. They had plenty of time but decided to waste their time on useless companies. Take the L moonboys. Won't ever reach .50 again.

It is a classic chart just take a look at the ''deutsche telekom ag stock'' than come back here.


I doubt you understand what Ripple is trying to do with XRP. Because if you did, you knew that banks having their own digital coin is just a perfect match!
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@severt, exactly, bridging walled gardens as Schwartz calls it I believe. All the hate usually comes before a big move.
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Dont be so emotional
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GerbenDeZeeuw UnknownUnicorn3259845
@UnknownUnicorn3259845, Way too emotional indeed... kiddo's... Also TradingView is to share trading idea's or TA. The irony is that based on his chart, you notice an enormous upward channel that seems to be intact for 5 years. That is pretty impressive. Also DTE is a different story.
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Close to zero similarities with the Deutsche Telekom AG Stock monthly chart; which was never moving in the upward channel for years like XRP does.

Also, why would you compare the 2.. XRP is a whole different beast.
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The break of 30 cents and a continuous series of lower high and lower lows was the biggest red flag and warning to gtfo lol
Hopefully your chart is true because at that price point I will just put my 100% portfolio into XRP
Your chart could be nice or not but you mirrored your feelings too much on your comments and your TA bud, sorry to see that actually.
Wow, such an informative and intelligent chart! Did your mom drop you on your head continually as a child? LOL! we will see what plays out.
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