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Types of Analysis

Types of Analysis

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The 3types of Analysis;

1. Technical Analysis;

The analysis that made by watching the previous charts of the coin.

2. Sentimental Analysis;

It's the analysis that is made by observing what everyone is thinking about it or based on the number of recommendations they received.

3. Fundamental Analysis;

It's about studying the actual ideas, team, and progress of a specific project.


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