I used to be the same and I used to have huge position in XRP hoping it will jump very hard eventhough it was just as unrealistic then as it is now. Back then I didn't understand bull / bear cycles and it was hard for me to say that the coin is showing signs.
Right now, we can see that XRP honored the golden and bounced back from it, eventhough each of its bounce back made lower high. We can see that the is decreasing as the buyers are slowly fading away and letting this coin retrace to sub 5k satoshi area into our buying zone.
Both EMA's and are also showing signals so I think Ripple is going to have a very long and slow fall.
Enjoy your day,
This is how you spot someone who doesn't understand the market well and you should probably avoid their advice. Here is a very VERY basic concept anyone with half a brain should be able to figure out themselves
Each token does not move it's price in a vacuum. It is entirely feasible that when XRP increases, BTC can ALSO increase. Not just BTC, but the entire market. So XRP increasing 10x does not necessarily mean it will overtake big daddy BTC because by that logic you're implying BTC can't increase itself. XRP has done MULTIPLE 10-20x price movements and it never overtook BTCs market cap. Why?
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I argumented mine as both EMA's and Ichimoku are showing bearish signs and also the repeating fractal pattern is taking place.
It's an unpopular view but I'm pretty sure its the right one.