XRP Price Analysis - $0.28 Support Failed

  • Relative Strength Index: The RSI is currently at a healthy 45 points. It has stayed mostly within range the past week meaning that the same trend will most likely continue. Even through the RSI is healthy, the market still seems to be on a downward trajectory.

  • Bollinger Bands: The price is currently within the bollinger bands after crossing below the lower band a few hours earlier. We have been seeing the price continue to gravitate toward the lower band since it has been on a bearish move ever since peaking at $0.32.

  • Volume: It looks like the volume is starting to pickup compared to what it was last week. Moreover, with the new week ahead of us we should expect an increase in volume in the next 24-48 hours.

Ripple's XRP Price Prediction

The RSI is healthy, the price is within the BB range and volume is low. This usually means that the market will continue to trade sideways. However, if we look at the big picture and take into account current events, we can see the market is definitely in a bearish phase. Moreover, XRP was unable to hold the $0.28 support level and is currently looking for a new level.

In my yesterday's XRP price prediction, I predicted that:

"the most likely scenario is more bearish momentum in the coming days. XRP has massive support at the $0.26 level, so my prediction is that XRP will touch that point sometime next week, and depending on any more news regarding the SEC lawsuit XRP will either rebound upwards or continue trading at that support level."

It looks like this is exactly what's happening as XRP will most likely test the $0.26 support sooner than I expected. My prediction for today is that XRP will touch the $0.26 level and bounce up to $0.27 or $0.28 from there. The SEC lawsuit is sure to bring bearish pressure, but at the end of the day their lawsuit doesn't have effect on the tech behind XRP, which is what gives the currency most of its value.

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