XRP cost has set up two lower highs and three higher lows since September 6. Interfacing these swing points utilizing trend lines uncovers a symmetrical triangle. This technical formation forecasts a 37% move, gotten by measuring the distance between the main swing high and swing low to the breakout point. Currently, the XRP cost is drifting simply over the lower limit line of the symmetrical triangle. A bounce off this level will impel Ripple to the quick resistance barrier at $1.12. Clearing this level will place XRP in front of $1.26 – a 20% ascent from $1.03.
Investors should await secondary confirmation, however, brought about if XRP price successfully flips the $1.31 to $1.41 supply zone into a support floor.
Assuming XRP price can produce a daily close above $1.26, it will have established a directional bias and confirmed a breakout. In such a scenario, the symmetrical triangle setup forecasts a 37% upswing to $1.73, obtained by adding the distance between the first swing high and swing low to the breakout point.
While the bullish outlook is plausible, it is predicated on XRP price producing a daily close above the upper trend line at $1.26. Considering the bearish outlook of the crypto market, investors should tread with caution and head to the sidelines after the initial upthrust to $1.12 and $1.26.
A daily close below this barrier will confirm a bearish breakout and trigger a 37% downswing to $0.65.
A sell-off in BTC that pushes it down to $53,000 will likely cause XRP price to follow suit. In this situation, market participants can expect Ripple to head lower to the $1 psychological level.
While the theoretical target is grim, the three3-day demand zone, ranging from $0.70 to $0.78, is likely to cushion the incoming selling pressure and prevent a further downswing.
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