Myth: Ripple Consensus Ledger is centralized or a permissioned ledger
I don't know if Sukrim would agree? He explained it on Vinnie's thread, maybe RCL doesn't run solely on RL1-5 validators anymore, I'm really not an expert.
Edit : ok this is important and good I think: "Additionally, while Ripple provides validation on RCL, we do not manage the validation process nor do we run all the validators. MSFT and CGI are just examples of institutions running validators and validating transactions on RCL. Lastly, the Ripple network operates by the consensus of its participants. These participants can at any time choose which validators they use. As such, validation is ultimately in the hands of the network participants, not Ripple."
Myth: The value of XRP is inversely proportional to the value of Ripple as a company – and Ripple’s traction with banks has nothing to do with XRP’s success as a digital asset
Well, it's admitted in the answer that Ripple can (maybe) become huge and not XRP: "these attributes do not ensure full integration with our enterprise software solution". But: "XRP can be successful regardless of Ripple’s success." Which translate: If it doesn't work with us it may end up being adopted by bitcoin community (or others group). We bought XRP not stocks I understand that.
Myth: Ripple controls of the price XRP
Well I won't contest this but Ripple has resemblances with a central bank.
Btw I'm not bearish on XRP, just playing devil's advocate.