I do not believe we will have stability in the price near-term. Our price is far too correlated to Bitcoin and bitcoin is entering a period of increased volatility.
Why is Bitcoin seeing increased volatility?
In December, Bitcoin futures began trading. This allowed institutional investors to take short positions, creating market incentives for Bitcoin's price to go down. I predicted at the time that we would see a massive runup, followed by a massive drop. Why? Becuase this is the most profitable strategy for billionaires in an unregulated environment. With a few billion dollars you can easily buy up Bitcoin and move the price up 100% (that was the jump to $20,000 that we saw). Then, you can take out short positions via the futures market and profit for every dollar bitcoin drops. Then you can liquidate your bitcoin holdings and plunge the price by 50% and cash in your short futures for a fortune. Perhaps this is how we can explain Bitcoin's run from 8k to 20k back to 8k?
People do not realize that we are entering an incredible period of volatility because cryptocurrency is unregulated. There are MASSIVE market incentives to drive the price both up and down and fortunes to be made on both sides of it. And so, that is what we will see.
Until Dash becomes immune from Bitcoin's volatility, which it may in the future as we see increased adoption and a carving out of a true niche for Dash in the payment space, we should expect volatility.