A question for the economists and statisticians out there:
Is it possible to (semi-)accurately guage the anticipated price of an asset based on the current price and demand? For instance, at the current volume of exchange trading, one peercoin is worth ~$0.90. If $50,000 of new investment were to be added to the market, the price would likely go up.
Are there models that can be applied that give you a range of what that new price point would be? I know that I’ve seen something similar on BitcoinWisdom’s charts that show the cost required to move the price point from X to Y, but I’m not sure if that’s the same thing that I’m describing (though it might be a component of it).
Is this a futile excerise? Or is it something that exists already for other types of assets and could potentially be adapted for cryptoassets?