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(For Fun) If EOY was really $589+ would you sell all your little zerpies?

(For Fun) If EOY was really $589+ would you sell all your little zerpies?  

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  1. 1. If EOY was really $589+ would you sell all your little zerpies?

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Would definitely need to sell some. But if it actually did reach $589 then its because of some huge news and real world adoption. If thats the case then the price of XRP would likely continue to appreciate in value as adoption increases, probably at a higher % return than other investments outside of crypto.

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5 minutes ago, vsyc said:

In that case, bubble would pop so hard

You missed the "For Fun" part. It's ok to have a little fun sometime. 

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1 minute ago, vsyc said:

No I did not. Popping bubbles funny too.

I guess I don't really find people losing money funny. :JC_thinking:

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3 minutes ago, vsyc said:

Than you should feel sorrow and depression selling XRP ATH, because someone is buying at the moment wheb you sell and with 90% that someone will be in red by atleast 70% if HODL, or less if accept loss.

So, lets just accept that everything is here for fun, even bubble.

You are so weird dude. I can't imagine having such a negative outlook on life.

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Just now, vsyc said:

You either elaborate or just skip. Otherwise you sound childish. Good luck.

You're trying to twist everything into a negative. You make up some magical scenario where I manage to sell XRP at it's ATH for the rest of time just so you could bring in the fact that somebody would lose money. And even if that did manage to happen I wouldn't think it was funny for the other person, like you apparently would. 

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Won't even reach $10, lol. The life cycle of a whale: pump unreasonably high, short, repeat. When there's massive profit in betting against it, there's no need to pump it too high. Don't worry, you'll see your all time highs, and then some. You have to keep giving people hope to keep the game going. That's how you trap newcomers at the top. When the price starts dropping, they'll believe they're buying the dip, but it never quite reaches their profit target after it slightly recovers. After all, they just saw it reach a new peak, it's only a matter of time until it reaches a new one? THAT'S when they'll sell. And the price keeps dropping, and they keep buying instead of selling. Finally, a new pump. A new all-time-high. But it's not quite the billion dollars they were expecting, and told they would achieve. After all, it's only reasonable to expect 10,000% profit. "Keep holding", they're told. "Don't sell". Meanwhile, whales, day traders, and swing traders have been making profit every wave, while "investors" are left holding the bag. I mean, someone has to sustain the system.

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Ok I will play this game. If this becomes a reality, I will sell every XRP.

Buy myself 100 pairs of shoes, have 2 cats and 2 dogs, built hubby a LEGO room, make a Kim K video, and finally and most importantly, setup a nonprofit organization to help the children around the world.

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1 minute ago, Crypto_Knight said:

Won't even reach $10, lol. The life cycle of a whale: pump unreasonably high, short, repeat. When there's massive profit in betting against it, there's no need to pump it too high. Don't worry, you'll see your all time highs, and then some. You have to keep giving people hope to keep the game going. That's how you trap newcomers at the top. When the price starts dropping, they'll believe they're buying the dip, but it never quite reaches their profit target after it slightly recovers. After all, they just saw it reach a new peak, it's only a matter of time until it reaches a new one? THAT'S when they'll sell. And the price keeps dropping, and they keep buying instead of selling. Finally, a new pump. A new all-time-high. But it's not quite the billion dollars they were expecting, and told they would achieve. After all, it's only reasonable to expect 10,000% profit. "Keep holding", they're told. "Don't sell". Meanwhile, whales, day traders, and swing traders have been making profit every wave, while "investors" are left holding the bag. I mean, someone has to sustain the system.

But usage... if brad garlinghouse is right the speculation money in % will be much less then xrp usage money.

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4 minutes ago, Crypto_Knight said:

Won't even reach $10, lol. The life cycle of a whale: pump unreasonably high, short, repeat. When there's massive profit in betting against it, there's no need to pump it too high. Don't worry, you'll see your all time highs, and then some. You have to keep giving people hope to keep the game going. That's how you trap newcomers at the top. When the price starts dropping, they'll believe they're buying the dip, but it never quite reaches their profit target after it slightly recovers. After all, they just saw it reach a new peak, it's only a matter of time until it reaches a new one? THAT'S when they'll sell. And the price keeps dropping, and they keep buying instead of selling. Finally, a new pump. A new all-time-high. But it's not quite the billion dollars they were expecting, and told they would achieve. After all, it's only reasonable to expect 10,000% profit. "Keep holding", they're told. "Don't sell". Meanwhile, whales, day traders, and swing traders have been making profit every wave, while "investors" are left holding the bag. I mean, someone has to sustain the system.

“Won’t even reach $1” - many posters, XRPChat, circa 2017

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2 minutes ago, Crypto_Knight said:

Won't even reach $10, lol. The life cycle of a whale: pump unreasonably high, short, repeat. When there's massive profit in betting against it, there's no need to pump it too high. Don't worry, you'll see your all time highs, and then some. You have to keep giving people hope to keep the game going. That's how you trap newcomers at the top. When the price starts dropping, they'll believe they're buying the dip, but it never quite reaches their profit target after it slightly recovers. After all, they just saw it reach a new peak, it's only a matter of time until it reaches a new one? THAT'S when they'll sell. And the price keeps dropping, and they keep buying instead of selling. Finally, a new pump. A new all-time-high. But it's not quite the billion dollars they were expecting, and told they would achieve. After all, it's only reasonable to expect 10,000% profit. "Keep holding", they're told. "Don't sell". Meanwhile, whales, day traders, and swing traders have been making profit every wave, while "investors" are left holding the bag. I mean, someone has to sustain the system.

What is driving this theory? I'm genuinely curious. Are you a whale with insider knowledge? Pretty much every single crypto out there has disproved this theory. 

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8 minutes ago, vsyc said:

You have people in same thread that bought at 4 AUD and people that sold at 3 USD having six figures return, you have me who was tipping that its time to sell, and rest of forum or at least 95% that was sayimg HODL, 5USD and etc. 

Study forum history and you will find an described pattern, noone here says when they sold. But they did.

I don't doubt that some people sold when the time was right. I'm saying pretty much every single crypto has disproved this theory that a DA will only go so high because "there's no need to pump it too high". Why did BTC go from less than a cent to what it is now? $10 wasn't "too high"? Then $100 wasn't "too high" Then $1,000 wasn't "too high"? Pretty much every crypto has experienced massive increases like this. Unless you believe that this pullback is different from all of the priors (that are pretty much fractals to this years pullback) and we will never go higher again (which history has said we probably will), this theory is debunked.

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I would sell a lot but definitely keep some forever. I believe crypto will continue to gain attention and in turn hodlrs who store the value rather than spend. The supply will only decrease for xrp and in 10 years $589 might not be all that crazy if XRP is really a global currency accepted "everywhere you want to be"

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