DigiByte (DGB), one of the longest running blockchain projects, has flashed bullish signals on MACD and RSI.
Also, it recently bounced off of its Support line @ $0.02 (see chart). Trading around Support / Resistance lines is one of the simpliest and most effective strategies. See our prior post here.
We like the DGB risk/reward set-up, with a 20% downside risk (at support line) and 50%+ upside potential (if it reaches recent highs). Remember to use Alerts for sell signals – see video, for downside protection.
Neo (NEO), a smart contracts alternative platform to Ethereum, has also entered a bullish momentum setup with MACD and RSI crossovers.
Like most altcoins, it experienced a correction recently but remains firmly in an uptrend.
Buyers beware – you must monitor your own positions because these signals (MACD, RSI, etc.) can change quickly. You can set up alerts to notify you when your coins receive a Sell signal (MACD or RSI turns bearish). Don’t rely on our newsletter for all signals, use the platform to become a proficient trader!
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