Chainlink receives an average risk rating from InvestorsObserver analysis. The proprietary scoring system analyzes how much money was required to move the price over the past 24 hours. The metric looks at recent changes in volume and market cap to evaluate how much a token can be manipulated by limited trading. The score ranges from 0 to 100, with low scores representing high risk and high values equating to low risk.
LINK’s current risk score means it is a relatively moderate risk investment. Investors primarily concerned with risk assessment will find this score most useful in order to avoid (or potentially seek out) risky investments.
LINK has traded 9.62% lower over the past 24 hours to its current price of $21.97. This shift has occurred while volume is below its average level and the token’s market capitalization has risen. The cryptocurrency now has a market capitalization of $10,261,379,180.45 while $863,344,308.42 worth of the token has traded over the last 24 hours. The price change in relation to the degree of volume and market cap changes gives Chainlink an average risk rating.
Recent price movement of LINK gives the cryptocurrency an average risk score due to past 24 hours of price volatility in relation to volume changes, giving traders reason to be not overly concerned on the token’s manipulability at the moment.