After reaching an all-time high at $1.12, Incent sharply corrected down to $0.16, losing 85% to USD. However, price found the support at $0.25 as the weekly closing price remained above that level and this is the price where the triangle was previously rejected after the breakout.
Currently, INCNT/USD is trading around $0.25 support, that could prove to be a good entry point for investors. The growth potential for Incent remains as high as 400% in the medium term, as the upside target is seen at $1.23, where double Fibonacci formed a strong resistance.
On the downside, the support area remains between $0.25 and $0.125 and Incent could get lower once again, but only break and close below $0.08 could invalidate bullish outlook.