I wonder, how many people here have formal economics education?

First of all, I'm just a lurker, I don't trade with crypto, but I'm fascinated by the market, so I read the discussion in here very often.

I noticed a lot of the comments seem to be from laymen who base their opinions purely on anecdote.

I don't mean this post offensive in any way, I would just like to know how many people trading BTC (and actively participating in this sub) are actual economists (doesn't matter the particular field – business, finance, actuarial math, management etc. anything similar goes), it would be interesting to see and to kind of "give the discussions more credibility" if there are a lot of people.

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