Ripple Price Analysis: XRP Sheds 10% Weekly but Potential Bullish Divergence Appears

The sideways trend for XRP has continued for the last three weeks. The price fluctuates between $0.3 and $0.4. Meanwhile, some technical indicators signal a possible bullish divergence.

Technical Analysis

By Grizzly

The Daily Chart

Looking at the MACD on the daily chart reveals that during previous drawdowns, the bearish momentum decreased in the short term when this indicator formed a positive divergence with the price (white rectangle). A bullish divergence can be defined as intervals when the price moves down, but the indicator trends towards the upside.

On frequent occasions, shortly after this index moves into the bullish zone (above the baseline), the buyers tend to overcome the sellers. Currently, despite the divergence (yellow rectangle), the indicator is still in the bearish zone. One can expect a relief rally to start if it breaks the baseline upwards.

Key Support Levels: $0.30 & $0.24
Key Resistance Levels: $0.38 & $0.45

Source: TradingView

Moving Averages:

MA20: $0.33
MA50: $0.37
MA100: $0.52
MA200: $0.64

The XRP/BTC Chart

Against BTC, XRP is still struggling with the resistance zone formed by the intersection of the descending line (in yellow) and the daily MA200 (in white). This area is located between 1700 and 1800 sats. The price of Ripple against Bitcoin has not managed to cross this resistance line since August 2021. If the buyers push it above, the way to reach higher levels becomes increasingly easier. Also, new buyers might be convinced that the price has the necessary momentum to move further, and this could accelerate the upward trend.

Key Support Levels: 1500 Sats & 1250 Sats
Key Resistance Levels: 1700 Sats & 1800 Sats

Source: TradingView

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