Bullish crowd sentiment on social platforms is short-cutting another potential crypto and stock market rally
The trend of the crypto market negating crowd expectations in October has continued. According to data from moodThe crypto market today showed some recovery potential, which was emptied by the bullish movement on social media.
The platform for crypto market intelligence and social metrics pointed out that with Bitcoin (BTC) rallying to a local daily high of around $19,600, the crowd began chanting words like “bullish,” “buy,” and “on social platforms.” bought ‘to spam.’
The surge in optimism on social media was the biggest the market has seen in two months. However, the market soon reacted bucking crowd sentiment as prices fell in both the crypto and stock markets until excitement died down, the watch noted.
📊 #Shares and #crypto showed some bounce potential today and the crowd really started spamming words on social media, like #bullish, #Purchaseand #Bought. As usual, prices then fell and moved towards the crowd’s lowest expectation. https://t.co/XaYq7zVMxP pic.twitter.com/HNmE7xjZ06
— Santiment (@santimentfeed) October 18, 2022
Santiment first pointed out this trend last week written down that despite the long-term negative sentiment in the crowd, October’s swing trades were driven by the frequency of bullish and bearish views on social platforms.
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