The bears take control of price as the market reaches a low of $0.25. The XRP/USD pair is likely to reverse at $0.22 or $0.24 price level
Ripple (XRP) Price Long-Term Forecast: Bearish
XRP is almost at the support level of $0.24 as earlier suggested in the previous analysis. What should be the next move if the price reaches a low of $0.24? The support at $0.24 is either going to hold or the support will crack. On one side of the coin, if the support holds, XRP is likely to commence a sideways move between the levels of $0.24 and $0.31.
On the other side of the coin, if the support cracks, the price will drop again to the low of $0.22 price level. However, the coin is facing resistance at $0.25 which was the previous low in October. If the bears overcome the level, the market will finally fall to a low of $0.22 or $0.24 price level.
Ripple (XRP) Indicator Analysis
In retrospect, the bears broke the support line of the first channel in July and XRP dropped to a low of $0.25. In September, the price corrected upward but was resisted and the market fell to a low of $0.22.
Whereas in November, the market repeated the same price action and broke the support line of the second channel. Is the market going to hold at $0.25 or reach the low at $0.22? Meanwhile, the XRP has reached the oversold region below 20 % of the stochastic indicator. It indicates that the price is in a strong bearish move.
What Is the Next Direction for Ripple (XRP)?
The price action may determine the direction of XRP. In August, the market reached a low of $0.25 and reversed. Similarly, the price tested the low of $0.22 and reversed in September. However, we are anticipating that the market may reach either $0.22 or $0.24 in November.
Key Supply Zones: $0.35, $0.40, $0.45
Key Demand zones: $0.25, $0.20, $0.15
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