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September 07, 2018, 07:10:28 PM
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I agree, if someone takes out their money to invest in cryptocurrency just to get profit without being accompanied by deep knowledge about cryptocurrency I guess they have a weak hand and will cause losses someday. But those who know how cryptocurrency works and he knows what will happen on their cryptocurrency will have a strong hand and will get a lot of profit. This is only an option, the choice of getting profit and the choice of getting a failure and I guess someone will know where they will choose.

The knowledge is needed even if you are planning to hammer a nail into the board. When you deal with the crypto, you have to learn everything about it all the time.
Exactly, Knowledge is important when we deal with crypto, but sometimes knowledge is not enough to avoid a loss, because with only  knowledge you can't be able to predict the market price, so the best combination is both of luck and knowledge.

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September 07, 2018, 07:59:58 PM
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I have been through this time and time again. We go through a dip and everyone is running for the hills or selling their coins.

The trolls come out of their caves and the panic nanny behaviour kick into action, triggering a massive sell off amongst the weak hands. <Newbies & Speculators>

I woke up yesterday and I saw the price was just above $9000. My first thought was, "Damn, I need to buy quickly, before this goes up" and I did. ^smile^

Most people woke up and the first thing they did was to fire up a browser and to read the comments of these trolls and media shills and consequently selling their coins in a state of panic.

The weak hands will lose money and the strong will thrive in this game. Hodl on people! <Buy the Dip>  Grin

In my own opinion bitcoins should be classified as an asset and in this industry, it was better to have patience rather than having a strategy since the market price is volatile.

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September 07, 2018, 08:11:12 PM
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I think that this rule is suitable for every area imaginable, weak loose, strong ones win. In crypto this works as well because it require your mind to be extremely durable.

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September 09, 2018, 08:09:03 AM
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If we have weak personality, it is not impossible to lose money. For sure, with the weak personality we have, we will be shy and timid to grab opportunities that surrounds us. While if we are strong in personality, we are sure to have more profit. More opportunities to earn and gain. Because having strong personality is one way to have power and have impact.
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