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Elysium2030

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  1. I am totally relaxed. I am waiting for christmas/q1 2022 to invest
  2. Still Bulls here? Its over guys. I hope u take some profits
  3. I hate this phase of the market. There is way too little profit to sell and way too expensive to buy. Come on market, do something. Up or down
  4. My dear children, I am here to share more depressing facts so that you will learn and not (like me) blindly chase and believe in a single coin. The risk is far too great! Diversify your crypto portfolio or you can fall on your face. I share the following link: https://cryptorank.io/ath Here you can see when which coin had its ATH. The bull run took place for very many coins, they formed a new ATH 2020 and 2021. Of the top 50 coins, only 8(!) did NOT reach a new ATH in 2020/2021. XRP (2018), Bitcoin Cash (2017), Stellar (2018), Tron (2018), EOS (2018), IOTA (2017), NEO (2018), ALGO (2019). Is the bull run over? Looks like. Those who bet on these coins have fallen on their face, waitin for nothing. I am one of them, despite some profits. Diversify your portfolio! Learn from it! Nothing is set in stone. XRP is not the ultimate coin, it is (until today) a disappointment.
  5. Maybe he is the biggest bad boy of the forum and shorts BTC like no one else and his eternal bullish narrative is only there to provide enough liquidity by unsuspecting sheeple
  6. Holy Where is my green candle Eric!! U promised! U were the chosen one!!
  7. And that, my dear children, is why I have learned not only to HODL, but also to sell to take profits. Will the price go up again or will it go down again? Will we see 2.50€ XRP in October (blah blah bullrun like 2013, double peak blah blah) or 0.20€ XRP (everything is over, we all gonna die)? No one knows. And because nobody knows - sell a share of your investment. I never wanted to touch my HODL-XRP, but I did and sold 10% of it at around 1,20€. It was the best decision. Bear markets are tough. At least now I have enough capital to eventually add back in the crypto winter. And diversified. And then I go into the next bull market with XRP, FLR, BTC, possibly ETH and HBAR. And if no bear market comes now I have 90% XRP just waiting to explode. So remember. Always sell a little in these wild times. edit: as long as you are in the green zone for sure
  8. Aaaaaah the betrayal! But i have the screenshot
  9. Ty for all likes. The clean perfection! Lets go for 800-1600 Kisses to all
  10. This is also a good way. I think it all depends on your own investment goals: What do I want to achieve with my investment in crypto? My goal is very clear: at least 500k €. Which of course means that I don't take profits that others would take immediately, because I can't speculate on buying back cheaply, because I don't know 100% if the price will ever drop that low again. What if XRP never drops below 0.5€ again? Does one know it? That's why I have to hodle a big part of it.
  11. No one knows with 100% certainty where the journey will lead. That is why it is important to take profits now and then. I learned from 2017/2018 where I didn't sell a single coin and watched my profits melt away. I sold 10% of my XRP between 1.10-1.20€ and it feels good. You have to take profits selectively otherwise 3 years of bear market is a pain.
  12. What bothers me the most is not that the bull market is possibly over, but that the possible good news from XRP will fall into a possible bear market and it will have no impact. Jed sold everything? Nobody cares Ripple wins the legal case? The price jumps happily from 20c to 24c Too bad it's all over possibly. XRP capped its crappy 2018-2020 with a pathetic bull run well below the ATH. The best thing about my XRP so far has been my Sparks that I will get.
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