As we can see from the Weekly chart, DASH has fallen 96% from its January highs of around $1500 and is now trading in the $60 range. There is some support at the $60-65 area, but it is not a substantial support area. The most solid support area is the at the $10-15 area (green rectangle) which was the trading range before the entire 2017 bull market began.
A look at the 3d chart paints a similar bearish picture. Price is trading below all moving averages (7, 21,50 and 200 period) and has made multiple bearish crosses with both the 50 and 200-period MA (yellow arrows). Furthermore, price faces resistance from a thick cloud. The RSI is at the lowest level it has been, however, there is no bullish divergence developing.
A look at the daily chart shows that there is no structure in which price is trading. It broke the $120 level of support, and now it is currently falling, with no visible pattern in sight. As a silver lining, there is a small amount of bullish divergence developing both in the RSI and Chaikin oscillator, but nothing substantial. It is worth noting that the other major alternate coins (Litecoin, Ripple and Stellar) have developed a lot more bullish divergence in the same time frames.
A look at the 12hr chart gives a similar picture to the daily. Price is falling without a pattern, and there is a small amount of divergence developing, but nothing substantial.
- Dash has lost 96% of its value since January.
- It is currently trading at a small support area of $60-65.
- The next support area is at $10-15.
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