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Token Details Page V3

This article entails the features of the Token Metrics Ratings Page V3.

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Written by Valentine Enedah
Updated over a week ago

The New Token Details Page introduces a redesigned layout for each coin's Rating page. This update includes two new categories—Trader and Investor—tailored to evaluate projects using specific timeframes and components for comprehensive analysis. This tutorial will guide you through the perspectives of traders and investors, detailing their respective grades and features.

The Token Details Page offers comprehensive insights and functionality tailored for traders and investors. It includes interactive charts, data visualizations, and real-time updates to aid informed decision-making. Users can explore exchange details, risks, liquidity metrics, GitHub analysis, price performance, and correlations with other tokens. This structured approach ensures users can navigate seamlessly and access relevant information crucial to their investment strategies.

Trader Grade

The Trader Grade provides insights for short-term trading strategies:

  • 7-Day Price Predictions: Offers short-term price forecasts for actionable insights.

  • Automated Resistance/Support Levels: Identifies critical price points to aid informed decision-making.

  • TradingView Integration: Enhances technical analysis capabilities with advanced charting tools.

  • Graphs on Cumulative Return: Visual representations showing total return achieved over a specified period, detailed in Summary and Markets sections.

  • CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) Graphs: Illustrates annual growth rate of investments over time, with breakdowns in Summary and Markets.

You can view the Quantitative Grade at the top right of the Trader view.

You can see the Quantitative Grade at the top right of the Trader view.

Investor Grade

The Investor Grade focuses on longer timeframes, such as monthly and quarterly horizons:

  • Trading Signal: Displayed in the Technical Analysis tab, reflecting investor actions.

  • Key Metrics: Provides detailed insights into long-term potential with metrics like Fundamental, Technology, and Valuation grades.


The correlation page on Token Metrics is a valuable tool that can provide significant insights when used correctly. It allows users to assess the relationship between the price movements of different assets. Let's explore the concept of correlation and its importance in portfolio allocation.

Positive Correlation

Positive correlation between two assets means that if one asset's price rises, the correlated asset's price is also likely to rise. This relationship indicates that both assets tend to move in the same direction.

Negative Correlation

Negative correlation signifies an inverse relationship between two assets. When the price of one asset drops, the price of the negatively correlated asset is likely to rise. This inverse relationship can help offset losses in one asset with gains in another.

Zero Correlation

A zero correlation coefficient implies no relationship between the price movements of two assets. Essentially, the movement of one asset does not influence or predict the movement of the other.

Please note: Understanding the Correlation Scale Correlation values range from -1.0 to 1.0. A correlation of 1.0 indicates a perfect positive correlation, where the assets move in complete unison. Conversely, a correlation of -1.0 indicates a perfect negative correlation, where the assets move in opposite directions.

Final Thoughts

The Token Metrics' Trader and Investor Grades cater to different investment strategies and timeframes. By utilizing these grades and exploring the additional features within each view, users can gain valuable insights to support their trading and investment strategies. Understanding correlation and leveraging the correlation page on Token Metrics can greatly benefit investors and traders.

If you have questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact customer support. Have a great day!

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