Ripple (XRP): price, diagram and technical analysis
- Wave technology adopted by the main US financial institutions.
- The XRP rally changes the technical perspectives.
Ripple's short-term outlook (XRP) seems late  La rec has increased in buying interest for the third largest cryptocurrency has pushed Ripple to a new high two months back and through the old resistance levels. Heavy purchases were triggered by the news that a division of PNC Financial Services will use Ripple technology, xCurrent, to process international payments. At this point XRP will not be used, but Ripple hopes that banks will adopt xCurrent technology and that XRP will be used as a means of payment.
This week's rally from $ 0.275 to $ 0.480 broke the prospects of the negative chart and removed areas of resistance. The model of lower and lower lows has also been fragmented and should support this last move higher. On the four-hour chart, XRP now trades above all three moving averages – a bullish asset – although care should be taken with the RSI indicator currently in overbought territory. The next resistance level is between $ 0.52 and $ 0.55
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Four-hour price chart by ripple (12 July – 21 September 2018)
IG Retail Sentiment  shows that traders remain very long XRP with a long-to-shorts ratio of 18.86 to 1 (95%). Find out how daily and weekly position changes can affect traders' sentiment.
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— Written by Nick Cawley analyst .