Aggressive traders can buy at $178 and keep a stop loss of $160. Contrary to our assumption, if the ETH/USD pair turns down from the moving averages and plunges below the $150-$163.755 support zone, it can correct to $122. XRP/USD. XRP has risen sharply above $0.24508.
If the bulls can push the price above $0.27795, the XRP/USD pair can quickly rally to $0.34229.
If the bulls can push the price above the neckline and sustain it for three days, it will indicate that the lower levels are attracting buying.
A trend change will be signaled after the BCH/USD pair scales above $360. On the other hand, if the bears defend the overhead resistance and the price reverses direction from the neckline, a retest of $203.36 is possible.
The cryptocurrency will resume its downtrend if it turns from the downtrend line and plummets below $50.The first sign of strength will be when the bulls sustain the price above $62.0764 for three days.
A rise above $16.50 can carry the price to $18.30.
The pair will turn positive after the price scales above the descending channel.
If the price rises above $90, a pullback to $107 will be in the cards.
XLM/USD. The bulls are again attempting to push Stellar above the 20-day EMA. We like the way the small range days have resolved to the upside and it is being supported by a positive divergence on the RSI. If the price can rise above the 50-day SMA, it can move up to $0.088709, with a minor resistance at $0.072545.
If the bulls can push the price above it and the moving averages, it is likely to pick up momentum.
Price Analysis 30/09: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, EOS, BNB, BSV, XLM, LEO
pubblicato su Sep 30, 2019
by Cointele | pubblicato su Coinage
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