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February 03, 2017, 03:40:45 AM
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Well, no one has ever gone broke from cashing out early.

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February 03, 2017, 03:43:51 AM
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The FUD due to the Chinese regulatory agencies on exchanges proved to be something temporary, just as I was speculating a few days ago. In the end, this is something that has no impact on most people who use and trade Bitcoin, because there are few who use bots in comparison to the number of ordinary users.

I agree with you. There is very minimal impact in reality. I read an article on Coindesk that said many traders are switching to trading stocks because of the removal of the trading fees by the Chinese exchanges. I call it a crock of crap. We all know that the Chinese exchanges create their own fake volume by buying and selling with themselves. With that gone nothing really happened.

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February 21, 2017, 01:48:54 AM
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for now the price is keeping high, i thought it would drop fast, but i was wrong

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February 21, 2017, 01:55:34 AM
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for now the price is keeping high, i thought it would drop fast, but i was wrong

Hmm... still time for a drop...
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June 05, 2017, 12:00:32 AM
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Well, no one has ever gone broke from cashing out early.

im sure 10,000 btc for 2 pizzas guy  doesnt feel exactly like that today ........lazlo ,are u still here ?
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June 05, 2017, 12:45:27 AM
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Well, no one has ever gone broke from cashing out early.

im sure 10,000 btc for 2 pizzas guy  doesnt feel exactly like that today ........lazlo ,are u still here ?
OMG I can only imagine doing that.  That's something you'd regret for several lifetimes.

I noticed that this thread is months old, and OP made a serious mis-timing mistake cashing out in January.  Way too early to do it, but I suppose if he wasn't comfortable holding...taking a profit isn't a bad idea.
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June 05, 2017, 01:21:39 AM
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Well, no one has ever gone broke from cashing out early.

im sure 10,000 btc for 2 pizzas guy  doesnt feel exactly like that today ........lazlo ,are u still here ?
OMG I can only imagine doing that.  That's something you'd regret for several lifetimes.

I noticed that this thread is months old, and OP made a serious mis-timing mistake cashing out in January.  Way too early to do it, but I suppose if he wasn't comfortable holding...taking a profit isn't a bad idea.

Cashing out of btc has historically proven to be a horrific idea... That's  a $26 million dollar pizza at today's prices.... Ouch
I hope he ordered extra bacon and cheese on it....  Grin
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June 05, 2017, 01:45:22 AM
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Well, no one has ever gone broke from cashing out early.

im sure 10,000 btc for 2 pizzas guy  doesnt feel exactly like that today ........lazlo ,are u still here ?
OMG I can only imagine doing that.  That's something you'd regret for several lifetimes.

I noticed that this thread is months old, and OP made a serious mis-timing mistake cashing out in January.  Way too early to do it, but I suppose if he wasn't comfortable holding...taking a profit isn't a bad idea.

A big face palm after the big rise.  Grin

I guess we need a deeper thinking before doing something which is regrettable in just a few months or maybe even just after weeks.
I am sure he will not buy back at this expensive price now. Too hard to make that decision after you have sold a cheaper one.

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June 05, 2017, 11:43:53 AM
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As of now cashing out bitcoin right now is simply not the right decision. Because the price increase is continuing without much drops happening in between. So it's the right time to hold the bitcoins expecting for a price pumping and sell at a much better price.



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June 05, 2017, 02:17:15 PM
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As of now cashing out bitcoin right now is simply not the right decision. Because the price increase is continuing without much drops happening in between. So it's the right time to hold the bitcoins expecting for a price pumping and sell at a much better price.

Cashing out had happened a few weeks ago. Now is the time to buy and hold bitcoin. Cashing out only happened when their is a big crash and you want to go with it. But I think cashing out works very well with big investors during the dump. Casual investors like us should not dump it in a crash buy rather hold it and wait till it goes up.

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June 05, 2017, 04:13:28 PM
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Well, as we can see the story of thread creator is a little bit sad, because he posted about cashing out at 24 february, when the price of bitcoins in that time was somewhere about 1200$.
Obviously, if we just compare the current price of bitcoin ( 2,500$ per one ) to the overall history of the price, it makes the whole trade that OP made not so bad.
After all, this very big price movement has started not more than 3 months ago! Bitcoin has increased its price over 100% in like 60 days, so you still cannot tell that 1200$ price level is a bad decision.
It might be actually the same right now, and I think that scenario might happen: because in my opinion, btc will fall to 2000$ for some time just to increase its price later, but if you are going to sell now you will regret not waiting 3 years Smiley

It is always better to cash out and get your profits, than lose or risk more.

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June 05, 2017, 04:18:41 PM
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I've seen countless attempts make declarations and second guesses about the price. Most of the time they're miserable failures.

Secure profit where you find it if that's your wish. Don't be sad if you undershoot. Never, ever get all your skin out of the game.

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June 05, 2017, 04:37:07 PM
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As of now cashing out bitcoin right now is simply not the right decision. Because the price increase is continuing without much drops happening in between. So it's the right time to hold the bitcoins expecting for a price pumping and sell at a much better price.

You can't just say that cashing out isn't the right decision for people without knowing what their situation is. Cashing out profits from time to time is recommended as it will allow you to have some fiat aside in case the price happens to drop. People's main target is to increase the number of coins that they have, and buying back at lower levels helps you in achieving that. Important is that you never cash out everything at once. I never cash out more than 15% of my profits at once -- it will allow me to benefit more in case the price rushes up further.

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June 05, 2017, 05:12:59 PM
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As of now cashing out bitcoin right now is simply not the right decision. Because the price increase is continuing without much drops happening in between. So it's the right time to hold the bitcoins expecting for a price pumping and sell at a much better price.

You can't just say that cashing out isn't the right decision for people without knowing what their situation is. Cashing out profits from time to time is recommended as it will allow you to have some fiat aside in case the price happens to drop. People's main target is to increase the number of coins that they have, and buying back at lower levels helps you in achieving that. Important is that you never cash out everything at once. I never cash out more than 15% of my profits at once -- it will allow me to benefit more in case the price rushes up further.

I totally agree. If cashing out for some will get them benefits then it is not bad. Like if you need fiat for some emergencies, you will definitely cash out convert to fiat and used for your own benefits. Even if you want to go to vacation and enjoy and bitcoin is where you gonna pull your budget, then it makes sense for you to cash it out. Don't blame people doing it. For sure they gonna buy back it again for future profits. Rinse and Repeat.
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June 05, 2017, 05:21:02 PM
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You can't just say that cashing out isn't the right decision for people without knowing what their situation is.

Yes indeed, but oftentimes it coincides with the poster screeching death, followed by a bunch of wiggly lines and TA bollocks. Then they're never heard of again, or become Mr Duck, and become prime necroposting fodder.

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