This report provides an analysis of the cryptocurrency Pepe (PEPE) based on the latest data. The analysis includes a review of the current price, technical indicators, and moving averages.

Price and Volume Overview

As of 7:51 p.m. UTC on 18 June 2023, on Binance, Pepe (PEPE) is currently trading at $0.00000096, down by $0.00000005 (-4.95%) as of the last real-time data. The volume stands at 13,932,055,009,735 PEPE. The bid and ask prices are both at $0.00000096. The day’s range has been between $0.00000096 and $0.00000101.

Source: TradingView

Technical Indicators

Technical indicators are statistical tools used by traders and investors to predict future price movements and market trends.

Here’s a detailed breakdown of the technical indicators for Pepe (PEPE):

  • RSI(14): The 14-day Relative Strength Index is 45.471, indicating a neutral position. The RSI measures the speed and change of price movements on a scale of 0 to 100. Traditionally, the asset is considered overbought when the RSI is above 70 and oversold when it’s below 30.
  • STOCH(9,6): The Stochastic Oscillator is 41.667, indicating a sell position. This momentum indicator compares a particular closing price of the asset to a range of its prices over a certain period of time.
  • STOCHRSI(14): The Stochastic RSI is 45.369, indicating a neutral condition. This is a technical momentum indicator that compares the level of the RSI to its high-low range over a set time period.
  • MACD(12,26): The Moving Average Convergence Divergence is 0.000, indicating a neutral position. The MACD is a trend-following momentum indicator that shows the relationship between two moving averages of a security’s price.
  • ADX(14): The Average Directional Index is 27.252, indicating a sell position. The ADX is used to measure the strength or weakness of a trend, not the actual direction.
  • Williams %R: The Williams %R is -75.000, indicating a sell condition. This momentum indicator measures overbought and oversold levels.
  • CCI(14): The Commodity Channel Index is -103.7037, indicating a sell position. The CCI is a momentum-based oscillator used to help determine when an investment vehicle is reaching a condition of being overbought or oversold.
  • ATR(14): The Average True Range is 0.0000, indicating high volatility. The ATR is a technical analysis indicator that measures market volatility by decomposing the entire range of an asset price for that period.
  • Highs/Lows(14): The value is 0.0000, indicating a neutral position. This indicator is used to identify the highest and lowest prices for the asset over a particular period.
  • Ultimate Oscillator: The value is 53.697, indicating a buy position. This is a technical indicator that is used to measure momentum across multiple timeframes.
  • ROC: The Rate of Change is -2.020, indicating a sell position. The ROC is a momentum oscillator, which measures the percentage change between the current price and the n period past price.
  • Bull/Bear Power(13): The value is 0.0000, indicating a neutral position. These indicators measure the balance of power between bulls (buyers) and bears (sellers).

Here is a summary of the technical indicators in table form:

The technical indicators summary shows one buy signal, five sell signals, and five neutral signals, leading to a summary action of “SELL”.

Moving Averages

Moving averages are a type of data smoothing technique that analysts use in technical analysis to identify trends in a set of data, such as stock prices. They help to reduce the noise and fluctuation in price data to present a smoother line, making it easier to see the overall direction or trend.

There are several types of moving averages, but two of the most common ones are the Simple Moving Average (SMA) and the Exponential Moving Average (EMA).

  1. Simple Moving Average (SMA): The SMA is calculated by adding together the prices for a certain number of periods and then dividing by that number of periods. For example, a 5-day SMA would add together the closing prices for the last five days and then divide by five. The SMA gives equal weight to all the data points in its calculation.
  2. Exponential Moving Average (EMA): The EMA is similar to the SMA, but it gives more weight to recent data. This means it responds more quickly to recent price changes than the SMA. The calculation of the EMA is a bit more complex than the SMA, involving an exponential smoothing factor to give more weight to recent prices.

The significance of different period moving averages (like 5-day, 10-day, 20-day, 50-day, 100-day, and 200-day) lies in the timeframe that traders are interested in:

  • 5-day, 10-day, and 20-day moving averages are often used for short-term trends. They respond quickly to price changes and are useful for traders looking to take advantage of short-term price movements.
  • 50-day and 100-day moving averages are more medium-term. They are less sensitive to daily price fluctuations and provide a clearer picture of the medium-term trend.
  • 200-day moving average is a long-term trend indicator. It’s less sensitive to daily price fluctuations and provides a clearer picture of the long-term trend. Many traders consider a market to be in a long-term uptrend when the price is above the 200-day moving average and in a long-term downtrend when it’s below.

It’s important to note that moving averages are lagging indicators, meaning they are based on past prices. They can help identify a trend but won’t predict future price movements.

Here’s a detailed breakdown of the moving averages for Pepe (PEPE):

  • MA5: The 5-day SMA is $0.00000097, indicating a sell position. The 5-day EMA is $0.00000100, indicating a sell position.
  • MA10: The 10-day SMA is $0.00000097, indicating a sell position. The 10-day EMA is $0.00000100, indicating a sell position.
  • MA20: The 20-day SMA is $0.00000098, indicating a sell position. The 20-day EMA is $0.00000100, indicating a sell position.
  • MA50: The 50-day SMA is $0.00000098, indicating a sell position. The 50-day EMA is $0.00000100, indicating a sell position.
  • MA100: The 100-day SMA is $0.00000094, indicating a buy position. The 100-day EMA is $0.00000100, indicating a sell position.
  • MA200: The 200-day SMA is $0.00000093, indicating a buy position. The 200-day EMA is $0.00000100, indicating a sell position.

Here is a summary of the moving averages in table form:

The moving averages summary shows two buy signals and ten sell signals, leading to a summary action of “STRONG SELL”.


The market conditions for Pepe (PEPE) are currently unfavorable for buying, as indicated by the sell signal from the technical indicators and the strong sell signal from the moving averages summary. The high volatility indicated by the ATR(14) suggests that the price of PEPE is fluctuating significantly, which could indicate uncertainty or potential opportunity depending on market conditions and individual risk tolerance.

The STOCH(9,6), ADX(14), Williams %R, CCI(14), and ROC indicators all suggest a sell position, indicating that the market trend for PEPE may be downwards. However, the Ultimate Oscillator indicates a buy position, suggesting some bullish momentum.

The moving averages, particularly the short-term MA5, MA10, MA20, and MA50, are all indicating a sell position, suggesting a bearish trend. However, the longer-term MA100 and MA200 are indicating a buy position, suggesting that the long-term trend may still be bullish.

Therefore, traders and investors should exercise caution and consider these factors when making their trading decisions. As always, it’s important to note that while technical analysis tools can provide useful insights, they are not a guarantee of future performance, and all trading strategies should be used in conjunction with other market information and individual research.

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