Should You Sell Kineko (KKO) Friday?

Kineko checks average risk analysis based on Investors Research. The proprietary system measures how much a token has been manipulated by analyzing how much money it took to change its price in the past 24 hours along with analysis of recent changes in volume and market value. The scale is between 0 and 100 with lower scores equaling higher risks and higher values ​​representing lower risks.

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

Trading Analysis

The KKO Risk Scale rating shows that the token is currently a medium-risk investment. Traders who focus on assessing risk will find the most useful measure to avoid (or add) to risky investments. Kineko price is down 8.47% in the last 24 hours, bringing its current value to $0.30. The change in price is consistent with the volume being below its average while the market cap of the token has increased over the same time period. The market capitalization of the cryptocurrency is now $282,9775.94, while $32,217.40 worth of the coin has been traded in the past 24 hours. The volatility in price relative to changes in volume and changes in market value gives Kineko an average risk analysis.

Abstract

KKO’s price volatility over the past 24 hours leads to an average risk analysis due to price volatility coupled with changes in trading volume, giving investors a reason not to be overly concerned about the token’s manipulability just yet. Click here for the full Kineko (KKO) report.