- Ripple’s short-lived recovery brushes shoulders with $0.25 and upholds the support at $0.24.
- The spotted rising wedge pattern signals a near future reversal towards $0.20.
Ripple is back in the green after correcting a higher 2% on Sunday. The weekend session started on a bearish note, where the majority of cryptocurrencies trimmed a fraction of the gains made on Friday. However, the situation is different on Sunday with most of the digital assets pushing for recovery.
Technically, Ripple is ready for more action, targeting $0.30. The Relative Strength Index recovery from average levels around 50 to brushing shoulders with the overbought (70) displays a bullish picture for Ripple. If the upward motion continues above $70, it will encourage the buyers to increase the entries in the market and force gains towards $0.30.
Longer-term analysis shows that Ripple is not safe from losses or a devastating reversal. Especially with the rising wedge pattern information. For starters, the bulls must try to defend the immediate support at $0.24. Moreover, they must guard the pattern support trendline at all costs because a break beneath could encourage the bears to increase their entries, which could further push Ripple in the direction of $0.22.
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