Decred (DCR) Could Fall to New Lows: Biggest Weekly Losers

Be[in]Crypto takes a look at the five cryptocurrencies that decreased the most last week, more specifically, from Sept 2 to Sept 9.

These cryptocurrencies are: 

Nexo (NEXO): – 12.21%Chiliz (CHZ): -10.46%UNUS SED LEO (LEO): -7.90%1inch Network (1INCH): -5.79%Decred (DCR): -4.47%

NEXO

NEXO has been moving upwards since June 18. The price broke out from a descending resistance line on Aug 10. After validating it as support two days later, the price continued its upward movement and reached a high of $1.25 on Aug 31. 

NEXO has been falling since, after it was rejected by the $1.20 resistance area (red icon). So, despite the breakout, the trend cannot be considered bullish until NEXO manages to break out from this resistance area.

CHZ

CHZ has been falling since reaching a high of $0.26 on Aug 24.  The downward movement took it to a low of $0.182 on Sept 7. Afterward, the price bounced at the $0.185 horizontal support area. 

It is possible that the preceding increase is a five-wave upward movement, and the current decrease is an A-B-C corrective structure. In this possibility, CHZ will resume its upward movement towards new highs.

A breakout from the resistance line will confirm that this is the correct count.

LEO

LEO has been decreasing inside a descending wedge since reaching a high of $8.14 on Feb 8. More recently, it was rejected by the resistance line of the wedge on Sept 1.

While technical indicators are neutral, since the RSI is right at the 50 line, the fact that the descending wedge is considered a bullish pattern makes the possibility of a breakout more likely.

1INCH

1INCH has been increasing alongside an ascending support line since June 18. The line has been validated numerous times, most recently on Sept 7. 

Over the past two weeks, the RSI has generated a significant amount of bullish divergence (green line). So, it is likely that this divergence will be the catalyst for an upward movement towards the closest resistance at $0.71 to $0.75.

DCR

DCR has been falling underneath a descending resistance line since Dec 2021. The line has caused numerous rejections, most recently doing so on Aug 5 (red icon). Currently, DCR is holding on above the $28 horizontal support area. 

A breakdown below it would likely take DCR towards new lows.

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