- Stellar Lumens’ native coin, XLM, continues its downward fall
- XLM market broke the previous low and is approaching the demand zone at $0.07
- The crypto’s price has reached the oversold region suggesting that price is likely to hold
Stellar Current Statistics
The current price: $0.073
Market Capitalization: $1,436,367,256
Trading Volume: $84,473,648
Major supply zones: $0.09, $0.1, $0.11
Major demand zones: $0.07, $0.06, $0.05
Stellar Price Analysis August 9, 2019
Today, the price of Stellar (XLM) has broken the previous downward correction, and it is now approaching the demand zone of $0.070. In retrospect, on May 15, the bulls reached a high of $0.14 price level but could not break the overhead resistance. The coin was finally repelled in June after the bulls failed to break the $0.14 overhead resistance.
On July 16th, the downward trend got corrected at the $0.078 price level, and the bulls charged upward to retest the previous high. The bulls made an upward move but were resisted by the 26-day EMA, and the price finally fell to the low at $0.072. Today, the price of Stellar is falling and may further depreciate below $0.073 price level.
Chart Indicators Reading
Meanwhile, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) period 14 is level 29, which means that Stellar (XLM)’s price rests in the oversold zone indicating that buyers are more likely to emerge. The 12-day alongside the 26-day EMA, both are trending and hinting southward indicating that the token price is falling. However, if the bears break the lower trend line, the price will further depreciate. On the other hand, if the $0.073price level holds, the crypto’s price is likely to rise.
General Outlook for XLM
The bears may have exhausted their bearish pressure as the price reaches a low of $0.073. The $0.073 price level is the previous low of February 5, which indicates that price may respect the historical price level. Since February 5, the market has not gone below the low of $0.073 price level. Therefore traders should take advantage and lookout for a buy set up to initiate long trades. Nevertheless, a stop-loss provision should be made below the $0.070 price level.
Stellar (XLM) Falls to Trade at the Previously Formed Support Around $0.055
- Stellar trades at $0.055; holds a strong bearish outlook
- The month of December started with a fall, as the price of XLM dropped from $0.059 to $0.055
- The technical indicators exhibit the selling pressure and lack of support from the moving averages
- Stellar currently trades below 23.60% Fib Retracement level, manifesting a bear candle formation
Stellar started the last trading month of the year on quite a declining note. Having fallen from $0.059, XLM is trading below the said price since the first day of December and currently trades at $0.055. In the previous 30-day time frame, XLM has hit the lowest at $0.0535 after having hit top formed by a bullish green candle at $0.090 on Coinbase.
The downtrend below $0.057 was experienced just yesterday, wherein $0.055 was expected to be a major support. However, Stellar price has currently shifted towards previously formed major support areas.
Stellar Price Prediction
Taking a glance at the daily movement of XLM/USD over the past six months, we see that the coin is on a downswing in the whole timeframe after soaring at $0.170071. This was just when BTC had hit $13,000, and now when BTC price is around $7,200 price area, XLM is at $0.055. The least recorded trading price in 6 months, creating a double bottom, is $0.05258. Having made a failed attempt to rise initially in the previous month above $0.090, Stellar trades with over 38% decline recorded.
Similarly, when we investigate the 30-day trading timeframe, XLM/USD is forming a declining trend only, just as it manifested in a longer time frame. The current trading area is lacking strong support since it has slid to the previously formed support. The nearest support at present is by 5-day EMA at $0.056. The downward stride is quite emphasized and swift, as noticed from the above-given chart.
The technical indicators form a similar picture, making the selling pressure prominent as the RSI of the XLM coin is at 38.49 at the press time and is inclined to the oversold region.
The MACD of Stellar Lumens is running below zero and has a bearish crossover as the signal line seems to have overpowered the MACD line.
Stellar Kick Starts December on a Bullish Note; Lacks Stability above $0.057
- XLM was above $0.057 till today morning; recently started a downtrend
- The coin seems to have support levels between $0.055 and $0.056
- Stellar has recently formed a bullish candle while technical indicators give a mixed signal
- The coin is striking a fresh increase as the month starts
Stellar’s price path looks a bit down as compared to the last week of November; however, the coin started a fresh increase yesterday. Today, the coin has broken below the $0.057 price mark.
XLM price initially traced a strong price fall from above $0.0573 to $0.0553 within around four hours. With a steady rebound, the coin managed to reclaim the price range above $0.057, with a surge of 4.09%. A notable price correction near $0.0565 took place in Stellar’s price trend. After this, the coin maintained a mild uptrend till it closed with a weak pullback. Despite the pullback, the coin remained above $0.057 till it closed.
It is today when the price of Stellar has started a bearish price move, though it has formed a bullish candle recently. The coin, at 05:13:44 UTC, is trading at $0.0566 near the Fib retracement level of 38.20%. The Fib retracement level of 61.80% poses as a support level.
The Bollinger Bands are forming a narrow pattern indicating a less volatile spell for the XLM coin. Meanwhile, SMA lines have just formed a death-cross noting a negative sign. RSI is near 37 showing no extremities at the moment. However, MACD is heading towards the bullish zone with its MACD line on the upside.
Stellar Lumens is likely to see support levels at $0.0597, $0.0614, and $0.0630 and support levels at $0.0564, $0.0548, and $0.0531.
Stellar News Today – Headlines for November 29
- Stellar and Ripple lead the list of the worst performing digital assets for the year
- Rest of the crypto market see slight signs of recovery over the year
Stellar News Today – It is that time of the year when the performance of digital currencies is analyzed. This time there are no surprises on the list as assets like XRP and Stellar lead the way. According to the report, altcoins like XRP, Tron, Stellar, and Cardano are among the worst-performing cryptos for the year (year-to-date). This happened in a year when the entire market including the leader, Bitcoin made up for what was lost during the extended bear season.
Stellar (XLM) Price Today – XLM / USD
In most cases, altcoins are down by 99% from their ATH positions. A fund that comprises of BTC and others is still down by 81% from a January 2018 initial investment. Deflation has almost decimated the altcoin market. It took the price of BTC from $20,000 to $3,100 before it rebounded to $14,000 this year in what was described as a parabolic rally.
Even though Bitcoin made up lost ground this year, it didn’t manage to set a new ATH. The coin is now trading at half of the price it was at its peak point this year. Despite this, BTC tops the list of the best performing tokens for this year after posting a 92% return on investment.
Rest of Market Shows Meager Price Improvements
The list of the worst-performing assets comprises of altcoins that were hyped and tagged as the next big thing, ready to take the crypto space by storm. Those promises have turned out to be broken dreams as many of the tokens from the bull-run are down by 80% from their ATH with an awful 2019. Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Monero, and Ethereum, posted small gains. But they failed to come close to their all-time high positions.
Ether, the second largest crypto by market cap, which was among hyped coins, only recovered 7% through the year. The number three cryptocurrency Ripple is among the market’s worst-performing crypto. The list shows that the number one worst performing altcoin is Stellar.
Stellar didn’t perform impressively as it dropped another 50% of its value throughout this year. The coin even burnt half of its supply yet it failed to revive interest in the crypto space. XRP is number two having struggled all year despite mass adoption and partnerships. This means XRP has set a new low this year by falling by as much as 39% through the year.