|Day's range||223.21 - 225.47|
|52-week range||16.50 - 473.21|
|Volume (24 hrs)||14.48M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||55.78M|
The “alt coins” all had negative leaks overall, although we are starting to see a bit of bullish pressure on Friday and the Monero market, in the end it looks as if the weekly charts are telling us a negative story.
The so-called “alt coins” had positive sessions during the trading session on Tuesday, showing signs of life yet again. It looks as if crypto currencies around the world are trying to form a base, and then break out to the upside. That will of course have an effect in this market as well.
Alt coins has had a tough week as crypto currencies continue to deal with the aftermath of the massive selloff. Because of this, the market looks likely to be difficult to hang onto for a significant amount of time.
The so-called “alt coins” were a bit soft during the trading session on Wednesday, as the major digital currencies also rolled over at the first signs of resistance. At this point, I think the market is trying to catch its breath before we make the next significant move.
The alt coins were relatively quiet during trading on Tuesday, just as a theory was. This was in sharp contrast to the Bitcoin markets, which was a bit odd. I believe that we may have some catching up to do in these markets though, so opportunity could present itself.
The alt coins had positive weeks, as the crypto currency markets have recovered a bit after the massive selling that we had seen previously. This is a good sign, but the question now is “is this a dead cat bounce?”
Alt coins had a slightly positive session during the day on Friday, while the larger crypto currencies sat still. Most of the crypto currency markets have significant resistance just above, so the next several sessions could be interesting to say the least.
The “alt coins” did rally a bit during the trading session on Monday but are suffering at the hands of low-volume. I think that the market is still reeling from the recent bloodbath that we have seen in the crypto currency markets. At this point, I think that the market has a lot of work to do to attract the overall public again.
The alt coins all did the same thing during the previous week as Bitcoin and Ethereum did, fell rapidly. However, they have also rallied a bit as well, forming some very interesting candles on the weekly chart.
The alt coins got brutalized during the week, as crypto currency markets sold off rather drastically. This is a market that should continue to see quite a bit of trouble. I believe that the market has found a significant support level though, but longer-term, there are a lot of concerns.
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The “other 3” currencies in the digital space that I follow have all shown bits of malaise during the trading session on Tuesday, as volume continues to be thin to say the least. I believe that the market should continue to be a bit difficult.
The alt coins that I follow are all looking a bit soft, but it is also a bit of a mixed picture, suggesting that there may be opportunity after all. There has been a very thin market as of late, as volumes have dried up. Because of this, I have the following outlook for these 3 coins.
The alt coins all struggled this week, as we continue to see traders step away from crypto currencies. Another couple of hacks have been reported, and of course volume has dropped off. Until it does turn around volume wise, alt coins can be very difficult to deal with.
The “other 3” crypto currencies rallied a bit during the trading session on Thursday, as the crypto currency space got a bit of a bounce, perhaps a reprieve from the selling.
Bitcoin Gold, Dash, and Monero did the same thing all other crypto currencies did on Wednesday, absolutely fall apart. They do so in varying levels of course, but at this point in time it’s obvious that the crypto currency markets are in serious trouble overall. In fact, I cannot find a single crypto currency that looks healthy.
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Bitcoin Gold fell significantly during the trading session on Tuesday, losing roughly 20% at one point. DASH broke down rapidly during the trading session on Tuesday, reaching as low as $725 before bouncing back above the $800 level. DASH did have some volume on the bounce, so it may stand a better chance of keeping gains than Bitcoin Gold, but it would need to clear the $920 level for me to be completely convinced.
The “other 3” digital currencies that we follow all had varying degrees of bullishness on Monday, but volume would have been a bit of an issue as Americans were celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. Because of this, I take some of these moves with a grain of salt.
The “other 3” crypto currencies that we follow here at FX Empire have been drifting a bit aimlessly as of late, and unfortunately there isn’t much in the longer-term charts showing that will change anytime soon. In fact, is starting to get a bit suspicious about a few markets in the digital currency space overall.
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