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Although Bitcoin has experienced a significant surge in the last few days, Ripple’s price action has been more stagnant, with no specific direction and limited volatility. However, the cryptocurrency is currently in a tight range and will likely exit soon, possibly leading to an impulsive move.

Technical Analysis

By Shayan

The Daily Chart

The cryptocurrency market experienced a bullish trend this week, with many assets, including Bitcoin and Ethereum, seeing a surge in price. However, Ripple was an exception as it continued to consolidate with no clear direction.

Nevertheless, XRP is currently within the narrow range of a triangle and must break out of it soon. This will likely result in an impulsive move based on the breakout’s direction. If it’s bullish, the main barrier to the price will be the 200-day moving average at $0.39.

On the other hand, if Ripple declines below the triangle’s lower trendline, the $0.32 region will serve as the main support for the price.

Source: TradingView

The 4-Hour Chart

Ripple has been stuck in a static range between $0.32 and $0.43 and has failed to break out for quite a while. Meanwhile, the price has formed a descending wedge pattern, marked with yellow trendlines.

If the cryptocurrency successfully claims the upper trendline, it will potentially start a rally toward the $0.43 resistance level.

Source: TradingView

Long story short, XRP currently seems to have no specific direction and is anticipated to consolidate for the short-term period. Nevertheless, the upcoming price action might put an end to the uncertainty sentiment and provide a direction for the mid-term outlook.

The post Is $0.40 Incoming for XRP Following Recent Bullish Market Momentum? (Ripple Price Analysis) appeared first on CryptoPotato.

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