A brief technical and on-chain analysis on Shiba Inu price. Here, FXStreet’s analysts evaluate where SHIB could be heading next as it seems bound for higher highs.
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Fundamental analysis is based on the countries’ economic situation, future prospects, and primarily what central banks plan to do with interest rates. Technical analysis focuses on previous price action, the repeat of well-known chart patterns, and other factors.
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