Stellar achieves low-risk analysis based on InvestorsObserver research. The proprietary system measures how much a coin can be manipulated by analyzing how much money it took to move its price over the past 24 hours, along with an analysis of recent changes in volume and market cap. The scale ranges from 0 to 100, with lower scores representing higher risk, while higher scores represent lower risk.
InvestorsObserver gives Stellar a low risk-reward score. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the leaderboard on Stellar!
XLM’s current risk rating means it is a relatively low risk investment. Investors who are primarily concerned with risk assessment will find this assessment extremely useful in avoiding (or possibly seeking out) risky investments. XLM has traded -14.84% lower to its current price of $0.19 in the last 24 hours. This shift has occurred while volume is below its average level and the coin’s market cap has declined. The cryptocurrency now has a market cap of $4,686,949,229.88, while the coin has traded $827,516,063.41 over the past 24 hours. The price change relative to the degree of volume and market cap changes gives Stellar a low risk rating.
XLM’s recent price action gives the cryptocurrency a low-risk score due to the price volatility over the past 24 hours in terms of volume changes, giving traders reason to be confident in the coin’s manipulability at the moment. For the full Stellar (XLM) report, click here.