Swipe (SXP) Finally Bounces: Has It Hit Bottom?

The SXP moves between the support of $ 0.75 and the resistance of $ 1.20.

Price broke a descending resistance line.

The price just completed wave 4 of a 5 wave bullish formation.

The course Swipe (SXP) increased significantly during the first week of November after a rebound to an important support zone.

The SXP may have completed a bullish momentum, confirmed with a break above a descending resistance line. The price could then continue to increase towards the resistance zones mentioned below.

Swipe Exchange Fork

The SXP price has been declining since its peak of $ 5.15 on August 13. On November 3, it hit a low at $ 0.69 and reversed soon after. It has since increased by more than 30%.

Interestingly, the bottom is significantly below the latest fibonacci support (0.856), located at $ 1.20. This level is now resisting, after rejecting price on November 8, resulting in a long upper wick.

The price finally passes resistance

The shorter-term, six-hour chart shows that price has already broken through a descending resistance line. The upward movement did not last long, knowing that the 0.382 fibonacci level rejected price, but the SXP is still looking to hit an upper low before rising again.

Technical indicators support this potential rise, knowing that the RSI is above 50 and the MACD signal line is above 0.

Even in the daily timescale, technical indicators are in the process of turning bullish. This is shown by the histogram of the MACD, which generated its first positive bar.

Knowing that the Stochastic Oscillator is generating a bullish cross and the RSI is looking to break above 50, a prolonged rally in price could allow these indicators to finalize their respective advances. This would confirm the upward trend.