Ripple (XRP) appears to have stopped the bleeding after two days of steep decline. The coin has in fact found some bullish uptrend in what looks like a trend reversal. But can it actually bounce back right away after crashing at the start of the week? Details are below but first, key points.
- XRP tried to test $0.5 after two days of heavy losses
- The coin was however rejected at this price and has since fallen 10%
- XRP will likely test $0.5 again this week as bulls try to find more demand
Is Ripple bouncing back?
It is important to be aware of the dead cat bounce in crypto right now. You see, after every crash, we often see a trend reversal where coins rally to fall back. For XRP, the attempted push towards $0.5 appears to be a dead cat bounce.
The fact that the coin was rejected firmly in this attempt shows that there is very little demand at the moment. Besides, overall sentiment in the crypto market has not changed that much. While we expect XRP to try and reach $0.5 in the coming days, it is likely the coin will fail again.
Moreover, XRP still faces crucial hurdles even though it was able to break above $0.5. Price action will struggle to maintain extended bullish momentum at this time. For these reasons, the outlook for XRP still remains bearish in the near term.
When will XRP recover?
There were hopes that the second quarter of 2022 would provide much-needed impetus for crypto. But it is clear that sentiment in the broader market has not yet shifted significantly in a positive way.
As such, XRP will likely face a period of high volatility until the end of June. But from a long-term perspective, there could still be some great gains by the end of the year.