The first question you may have is how do people do accurate predictions of crypto? There are a variety of methods and tools available. One popular method is RSI, which measures the strength of price trends. Other methods include market sentiment. In general, the more sophisticated the tool, the more accurate the prediction will be. In this article, I’ll discuss both of these methods. However, you should not rely solely on RSI to make your cryptocurrency predictions.
Many prominent figures make outlandish price predictions. This could be the CEO of a digital currency exchange, a key developer, or even a successful cryptocurrency investor. But you should always treat these predictions with a grain of salt, as they often lack the necessary analytical support. In addition, people who claim to be “permabulls” may be pushing for sky-high prices for themselves. So, how do you know which predictions are reliable?
The researchers at Finder surveyed 33 fintech experts from six to 17 January 2022. Each member of the panel may own some or all of the cryptocurrencies. The prices were listed in USD per BTC. The results were calculated using the simple mean of all responses, which included both the top and bottom 10% of respondents. In 2021, they used the simple mean of all responses. For 2022, they switched to a truncated mean, which eliminated the top and bottom ten percent of the responses. This method produced more consistent results. The most accurate panel member was ranked based on their closeness to the end of the year’s value and the number of predictions they made throughout 2021.
Some people have made very accurate predictions of the price of Bitcoin. In one prediction, a pseudonymous Dutch analyst, PlanB, predicted the price of Bitcoin would reach $43,000 by the end of September. It was only a few hundred dollars higher when the prediction was made, but he has a devoted following on social media and has over half a million followers on Twitter. Some experts use the Stock-to-Flow (S2F) model to make their predictions, claiming that Bitcoin will hit $300k by 2021.