I won’t give you that “buy the dip!” BS. What I will tell you is don’t sell right now.

Selling right now would be a huge mistake. The market plunged WAY too fast and if you sell now you’ll be in a lot loss.

Buying the dip now will add extra risk at unnecessary losses. Keep your losses as they are and just wait like everyone else. There’s not need to panic cause this has happened before and it might even get worse.

I am however with the idea of selling memecoin and hypecoin cause those are usually dead after a bear market and never rise up.

Focus more on holding on tight to projects with actual fundamentals and technology like Ethereum or Polygon. If anything Ethereum IS the market and will always stay afloat and Polygon will always be needed to operate Ethereum cause by far it’s proven to the be the most reliable scaling solution is known to delivers its best during bear markets compared to other projects.

So if you’re holding any coin with actual value and use case, KEEP IT, it wont go to zero so long as it has a service to offer.

I know it’s hard not to panic right now as many of us have put a lot of money into crypto, but this is part of the cycle of volatility.

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37 thoughts on “I won’t give you that “buy the dip!” BS. What I will tell you is don’t sell right now.”

  1. I left only one coin in and cashed out most my stuff late 2021, if I removed that project now I’d be taking close an 80% loss dick slap across the face, and I only allow dick slaps to the face if I’m in green.

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  2. Dip means you can buy same coin you have at lower prices, DCA slowly into it. Spread your buys, be greedy when others are fearful. You are stupid if you selling when things dip. The only reason to not buy the dip is if you bought lower than current prices. I am using this chance to average down some of the coins, but not using all my available capital for it

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  3. I hope people here stop giving financial advice to other people.
    Buy or sell at your own conviction.
    Your gains and losses are your responsibility.
    Accumulating now may be good since prices are low.

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  4. Sell the rips and set limits. Nearly doubled positions already. Without adding any extra money. Risky, but I don’t see it bouncing upwards any time soon

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  5. It doesn’t make sense. If you advise not to buy the dip, you should also advise people to sell. Why hold a coin when you think it will go down? It’s basically just money and trades do not cost that much.

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  6. Why would you not buy the dip on projects you’re invested in for the long haul? I get a chance to load up my bags on several projects at the same price I paid a year ago (ALGO, ATOM for me mostly). Spread it out of course, but yes please!

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  7. DCA into Bitcoin.

    Hold things that are likely to recover, in order to sell, and fund more Bitcoin later.

    Thats what I’m doing, anyway.

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  8. There’s always a chance of going to zero. Something new may one day replace even ETH if for whatever reason ETH is unable to keep innovating.

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  9. >Selling right now would be a huge mistake. The market plunged WAY too fast and if you sell now you’ll be in a lot loss.

    If you genuinely believe the price is going to back up again, why are you persuading people not to sell, don’t you want to be able to “accumulate” at lower prices for longer?

    >So if you’re holding any coin with actual value and use case

    If it has an actual use case why would you be hoarding it instead of using it?

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  10. The only reason not to DCA down is because you don’t have money. Otherwise it’s a great opportunity for btc and eth stacking

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  11. The coldest and darkest time of the night happens just before sunrise. If everyone is done btc balloon we have sunk. If it says it’s a scam, then at that point I make a purchase.

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