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  1. Where you here a few months ago? It was completely different. The negativity way outweighed the positivity, and it has been like that for many many months.
  2. I mean, it's really anyone'ss guess right now for trading. I'm pretty confident we'll see higher prices then now in the coming weeks, but we could still fall back to somewhere in the .47 range IMO. The time to buy would have been in the low .6's, though still somewhat close to that area. I'm personally not buying here, but will add if we fall closer to that .47-.5 range.
  3. 30 percent dip pretty much already occurred, high of .85 - .91 (depending on exchange) to .59, that's a 35 to 30 percent correction. It sure looks like to me we're building a base at around .6 as of now. Question is do we dip more, and does BTC start taking back its dominance? I don't think so, or at least not much.
  4. Not at my PC to look at charts, but I'd reckon at this point, .65ish and then .47. Jesus, just a few days ago I was cheering and hoping for a close above .305... up 150 percent from there lol
  5. Once again, I agree that it was not directly stated, but it was somewhat implied in my opinion. It was a fairly ugly time price wise when the mood of that club started to swing to be more in-lines with the general forum. That paired with the constant attacks and dissatisfaction with XRPs performance probably made some sell a portion or all of their XRP stacks. Some regard others highly, and followed their decisions instead of their own research. This I agree with. You're liable for your own actions, regardless if you follow someone else's decisions or not. "Snowflake" is a 201
  6. No one directly said "sell XRP, buy VET (or insert other asset)" per say that i'm aware of, but it certainly was implied many times or at least perceived that way. I will agree that we're all responsible for our own decisions ultimately. What I had a problem with was the trolling/bullying which was rampant at certain times. Your last line here is a perfect example.
  7. Nice, always good to exit at your price target and be happy. I have a feeling you may hit your PT soon. Realizing gains is always a good thing. I for one will let my stash ride for many years to come.
  8. Most are not traders, and probably still haven't entered back into XRP, maybe a few have though. The thing is most probably sold at a significant loss and may still continue to lose out on returns by holding BTC or ETH (especially BTC as its dominance cools off) as money now shifts into other assets and XRP. Of course, we're all liable for our own trades and decisions. I'll certainly echo and agree with @Ripple_A_S_Well and @Troote though. The forum as a whole has become somewhat of a cesspool thanks to certain individuals and the prolonged bear market.
  9. Sure, and we're moving fast right now so it's anyone's guess. I have to stick with my gut and think we'll pullback once we hit .6 to consolidate for a bit. We have already hit .55, which could have been the local high also.
  10. CONGRATUATIONS XRP holders. We had our weekly close last night above .305, and not just by a little bit. This is absolutely huge, next remaining test is to close above that level on the monthly which it's sure looking like we'll get. The more we move up right now, the less it's looking like we'll backtest .34, or .305. Still expecting a pullback at around .6, but we'll see where we fall to, either way, super bullish. We need that monthly close above .305. LETS GO
  11. There is certainly a possibility we back test .34 or even .305 in the coming weeks, but it seems we'll get our weekly close above .305 which is very significant and bullish indeed.
  12. We have a lovely breakout occurring right now on the daily. Increased volume, broke above the August high, and continued upward movement from the resistance line that has kept us in check now for a looong year and a half. It's still possible that we retest that and don't close above it this week, but man, things are looking good right now. When was the last time we soundly broke up from .305? December of 2017.
  13. TA wise, closing well into .3s is the most significant move we can make right now, and is extremely bullish. ATH in 1 week? Possibly in several or many months though. There is certainly still the possibility of retracing to .26. I dont consider us breaking .305 till we're above that on Monday, but the higher we go right now the more likely it's that'll happen. Exciting times regardless for sure.
  14. .33 now. The significance of getting that weekly close above .305 can't be overstated. The further up we get right now, the more likely that's going to become support. Think we're about to go on quite the wild ride here shortly boys. Hold on to your hats.
  15. Briefly crossing resistance lines doesn't necessarily mean we've flipped them yet. Need to get some closes above it first. We haven't been able to get a weekly close above .305 in well more then a year. If we do close above .305, we'll turn that to support and we'll have no problem shooting out of here. The last time we had a daily close above .305 was back in August, and it only lasted a day. Last weekly close we had above there was about a year and 4 months ago. Let's see if we can remain above that line and get a weekly close above it.
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