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May 22, 2017, 04:31:39 AM
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Yes, i agree on it, now selling bitcoin its mean simply we get lose. Because everyone know that in the coming years bitcoin will be double than why we sell it now?
That's the mean hold it not for a long time, only few years and see the bitcoin price.
Definitely i believe bitcoin give us more than 50% profit now in this price only hold the bitcoin for a few years. 

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May 22, 2017, 07:33:54 AM
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I've sold some of my bitcoin, just to keep watch and enjoy the results I've gained, my focus is to add bitcoin reserves not just to hold them, we just focus on keeping them we lose, multiply your bitcoin amount
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May 22, 2017, 08:16:48 AM
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Many posts discuss the possibility of exchange earnings with selling Bitcoin (and buy later). Other posts discuss the Bitcoin exchange rate, it seems that many agree there is a strong upward tendency and the volatility is hard to predict. It seems dat selling Bitcoin results in a serious probability of an opportunity loss. Selling Bitcoin can only be motivated by an (partial) exit. Do you agree?
You shouldn't assume that it will continue rising as some altcoins are competing with it. I think there are more opportunities in altcoins as it also pump as bitcoin pumps and could pump many times if investors supported it.

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May 22, 2017, 08:22:42 AM
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Many posts discuss the possibility of exchange earnings with selling Bitcoin (and buy later). Other posts discuss the Bitcoin exchange rate, it seems that many agree there is a strong upward tendency and the volatility is hard to predict. It seems dat selling Bitcoin results in a serious probability of an opportunity loss. Selling Bitcoin can only be motivated by an (partial) exit. Do you agree?
You shouldn't assume that it will continue rising as some altcoins are competing with it. I think there are more opportunities in altcoins as it also pump as bitcoin pumps and could pump many times if investors supported it.

The question is how could it sustain for so long? well maybe we can't answer that but aslong as we follow its track and frequently open our ticker then i think we will not lose any significant info on bitcoins movement from time to time. Selling for this early might be bad for some matters but if you needed that money for good then theirs nothing wrong for selling at this rate.

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May 22, 2017, 08:53:46 AM
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Yes indeed it is. And recently only i realized that selling bitcoin is the worst idea anyone even thinks as i just bought 0.15 btc on friday and the price was 1956$ or something and it was valued at 257$. Today when i checked that same 0.15 btc is worth 286$ so thisnis definitely no joke. It's better if we all purchase as much as we can and be happy in the future.

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May 22, 2017, 09:05:09 AM
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No, selling bitcoin doesnt mean opportunity loss.
Some people selling to cash out. U can sell some and keep some.

Remember even bitcoin will get higher price and also it is still tech things if got big tech. issue it will dropdown also.
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May 22, 2017, 09:32:21 AM
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No, selling bitcoin doesnt mean opportunity loss.
Some people selling to cash out. U can sell some and keep some.

Remember even bitcoin will get higher price and also it is still tech things if got big tech. issue it will dropdown also.
As everything with bitcoin is purely based on the technology and without any backing source as well decentralized price might fall down or grow high. Price increase and decrease is purely dependent on the investment or the infow that the virtual currency network gets. Right now selling doesn't mean that it's opportunity loss as the price is quite high to earn good.


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May 22, 2017, 03:53:43 PM
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If you sell you have only lost the opportunity to make more profits and not necessarily a loss of your initial investment so I have no problem with that. You can choose to sell at any point you feel you've made enough profit.

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