Cardano (ADA) has been relatively less volatile compared to the crypto market. So far Saturday, the crypto has dropped 1.9% to $1.33.
InvestorsObserver gives Cardano a low volatility rank of 13, placing it in the bottom 13% of cryptos on the market.
The Volatility Gauge tracks this means that the rank represents its recent trends and isn’t overly influenced by a sudden spike – or two – in volatility.
ADA’s low volatility reading is coupled with a low reading on the Risk/Reward Gauge, meaning that the coin has relatively narrow price swings and is well protected from price manipulation.
Cardano price is well positioned going forward. With support around $1.27 and resistance near $1.36. This leaves Cardano with room to run before facing selling pressures.
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