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Charting the course of XRP


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ehm boys keep calm, it's just a possibility we will go up the stairs to heaven https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkF3oxziUI4  ...... or we will find ourselves dark with our dear friend again for a few years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYS0EeaAUMw. 

I don't even want to advise anyone. In order to buy or sell, we all know that it can end ....... anyway

It's just what made me sign up. A lot of worse things can happen and I want to give you at least a little good mood that I am interested in this Xrp because you can't even imagine how many people I managed to help ...

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35 minutes ago, Baka said:

It was expected to see some kind of rebound . It could last 2-3 more days before crashing more , depending on news ofc.


27 minutes ago, Julian_Williams said:

Your getting shrewd Baka.  Keeping above .305 is an important target for the next few days.

Shots made, now wait and see 🤣

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19 minutes ago, Quadripple said:

I think these 2 days have proven that the market hasn't given up yet on XRP, which reflects well that many people here also still believe in XRP.

2021 might very well be our year if the SEC suit ends relatively well, which is what I expect.
Onwards and upwards!

I think the pair will retest the support line band (bottom line band of the wedge) and then if we manage to re-enter the wedge we may be save.

But that point band is also a typical position for new massive sells. It depends if any news will shake the market again and which type.

Edit: sorry I just realize that the whole band between the two lines could be a new sell region



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Been a long time since I visited this forum. I bought in early 2017 and watched the rise to $3+, didn't sell. Went away and left them on my ledger, this is the first time I've been concerned about XRP. What the SEC whoppers have done is a crime - the 'securities' question has been around for a long time yet they wait till now to do this. Ridiculous, and all it has done is hurt retail purchasers.

Can't say I'm overly impressed with the details of what Brad and Co have been up to. The worst thing is that this will not be resolved quickly, rough times ahead. That former SEC dude is a turd.

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