So to put it in a nutshell if I may. Your "predictions" always show the price going up. In reality the price is always going down. But your "predictions" still show the price going up. But the price is still going down. Perhaps (if your "predictions" model isn't totally useless then) there's something wrong with your calculations - like there's a "+" where a "-" should be? I only ask because if you're creating some software to predict market movements in any field, and it's 100% wrong all of the time - well, it suggests that either your model is flawed, your software is flawed, your brain is flawed, or maybe your software is right and reality is flawed. Perhaps watch the 2 series on netflix of Dirk Gently and try to understand the fundamental inter-connectedness of all things - or give up. The latter may be the easiest option versus the former?