Is ProximaX (XPX) a Bad Investment Thursday?

ProximaX receives a low risk rating from Investors Analytics. The property registry system analyzes how much money is required to move the price in the last 24 hours. The scale looks at recent changes in volume and market value to assess the extent to which a currency can be manipulated through limited trading. The score ranges from 0 to 100, with low scores representing high risk and high values ​​corresponding to low risk.

Investors ProximaX gives a low risk/reward score. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the ratings on ProximaX!

Trading Analysis

The XPX Risk Scale rating shows that the coin is currently a low-risk investment. Traders who focus on assessing risk will find the most useful measure to avoid (or add) to risky investments. XPX is trading down 0.65% over the past 24 hours to its current price of $0.005264675. This shift occurred when the volume was below its mean and the market value of the currency rose. The market capitalization of the cryptocurrency is now $32,101,127.89 while $554,910.29 worth of the coin has been traded in the last 24 hours. The price change with respect to volume and market value changes gives ProximaX a low risk rating.

Abstract

XPX price action over the past day of trading results in a low risk rating as recent price action relative to trading volume gives traders reason to be confident the currency can be manipulated thus far. Click here for the full report on ProximaX (XPX).