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Investor attitude combines many fundamental and technical factors, including price history, economic components and national and world events. The most popular indicators for analyzing market sentiment are the Fear and Greed Index, social activity, Google trends and others.
Analyzing Bitcoin with Fear and Greed Index
Note: the analysis in terms of the Fear and Greed Index, as some people continue to be skeptical about its readings and declare that there can always be much lower and can always be much higher. I disagree with such statements since a trader must adhere to the trading concept of a particular indicator.
An area between 0 to 20 is considered fear and oversold, where Bitcoin needs to be accumulated. An area between 70 and 100 is deemed greedy when caution is necessary. This method is more suitable for medium and long-term investors.
These methods are of high value since the accuracy of their signals is relatively high. And that the analysis of Bitcoin using social activity and Google Trends generates valuable short-term signals suitable for day traders.
Again, the Fear and Greed Index is more suitable for swing traders and long-term traders. Feel free to develop and apply your methods for analyzing cryptocurrencies, taking into account the social activity of traders.
Have a prosperous day, Keep the Faith!