Monero (XMR) Price Analysis: Trends of September 5–11, 2018

The coin broke the upper trend line of the last week ascending triangle which led to uptrend movement towards the distribution territory of $151.

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Key Highlights:

  • The price may retrace temporarily towards accumulation territory of $130;
  • there is a probability of a further uptrend this week;
  • taking long position this week may deliver green pips.

XMR/USD Long-term Trend: Bullish

Distribution Territories: $151, $184, $214
Accumulation Territories: $130, $120, $110The price formed “Ascending Triangle” pattern last week, which connotes an upward breakout. The coin was able to break the last week distribution territories of $110, $120 and $130.The price rallied with the formation of strong bullish candles. It made the price to continue upwards trending on the daily chart. The 4-day EMA has crossed the 50-day EMA upward on the daily chart with the price on the top of the 4-dayEMA. The price is moving away from the 50-day EMA on the Daily chart suggesting further upward movement.

The price is exposed to a distribution level of $151.4 and a bearish retracement is possible which may be temporary. Should the distribution level of $151 get broken, the pair will get exposure to another strong distribution level at $184. The MACD, with its histogram above the zero level, and the signal lines pointing upwards, indicates that the price may go upwards further.

XMR/USD Price Medium-term Trend: Bullish

The “Ascending Triangle” pattern formed last week on the 4-Hour chart which indicates that there was a probability for the price to breakout at upper distribution territories. The coin broke the upper trend line of the triangle which led to uptrend movement towards the distribution territory of $151. The 4-day EMA is above the 50-day EMA and the price is above 4-day EMA, suggesting a further increase in price. Taking long position this week may deliver some green pips.

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