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NEO Price Analysis: Will NEO/USD Supports Hold To Return Gaining?

NEO price has dropped below the $30.00 level a couple times the last days. Now NEO/USD is returning slowly but steady upwards with hope that supports will act on their purpose.

NEO Price Oct 11 Analysis – Prediction

The end of September and beginning of October marked a very positive turn for the NEO token holders as the price broke out of the declining trend since its record all-time high that lead to a low of $13.65. On Sep 26, the pair successfully closed above the bearish trend at $20.40 that signaled bulls to wake up and return on the market.

Source: coinmarketcap

The particular return and recovery phase led the price to a high that was formed above $38.00 but met sellers that tanked the development from retesting the major $40.00 any time soon. On Oct 8, the trend line that was acting as a support approx at $32.08 was cleared downward and the value dropped below to a low of $26.93. Remember that support because in the near term it will play a key point for more value increase.

After finding support below the $27.00 level, the pair NEO/USD has been on an ‘increasing range bound‘ below the previously acting support at the $32.00 – which now is a very important resistance [red market line.]

As long as the price is in the middle of the two ‘border lines’ it is not recommended to put any trade on the cryptocurrency. Wait for a break below the $30.00 level for any buying opportunity, or if it breaks above the $32.50 – $34.00 and lastly which will lead to $36.40.

Right now the price is trading at $30.80 with 3.59% increase in the last 24-hours. Market capitalization is growing and returning everyday at $1.5 billion with Bittrex and Binance leading on trading volume – around $16 million.

On the longer term – any project or development that is based on the NEO blockchain platform will be pushing upwards the price and community confidence. The second NEO ICO will be released in a very short time that will be a P2P ...

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