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October 25, 2013, 08:55:59 PM
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How do you handle this? I mean if often invest and own a good chunk of shares. But this means i cant act fast because the orderbooks are often so thin that i couldnt sell even if i wanted. For example when bad news appears and i know i should sell... how? Selling into the ask-wall is crashing the price even faster and often can only sell a part of the shares. Making a big bidwall means few will buy since the bad news happened and it means the price will drop faster because the wall is there. Making small bidwalls might take forever until all is sold.

I thought about selling shares in an auction to not move the price in the orderbook and then move the shares to the new owner. But auctions take time again and its open that there are enough interest in such thread.

So it looks to me a bit like buying and earning or dying mostly when you want to buy a not small amount of shares.

Or are there other ways to handle this?

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April 26, 2018, 02:48:39 PM
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It's very simple, sell it when price of btc exceeds your entry price and bringing good profits for you. Only if it makes it good, not earlier!

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May 07, 2018, 10:48:39 PM
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It's very simple, sell it when price of btc exceeds your entry price and bringing good profits for you. Only if it makes it good, not earlier!

I think you made a new record. You zombified a thread nearly 5 years after the last answer.

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May 08, 2018, 12:15:44 AM
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If you're trading large amounts of securities, securities which could cause something known as slippage (causing the price of it to go down to the amount you're selling, which is market moving) you're going to want to sell in chunks. It's the only way to limit the amount of slippage which you have and the amount of loss which is incurred from you selling, though this loss should be negligible as it should be near the amount the market WENT UP when you purchased due to the market moving behavior of you buying.

So sell in chunks overtime, it's the only way to have this work.
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May 08, 2018, 08:34:31 AM
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You need to choose your final target, that you want to get, and than work hard to get it, make some portfail, diversify it in good coins, follow the market news

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May 08, 2018, 08:40:43 AM
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In a relatively stable market, an investor who have invested chunk some of fund should as a matter of investing procedure not wait for either good or bad news before you start selling in to profit.

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May 08, 2018, 09:00:21 AM
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It's very simple, sell it when price of btc exceeds your entry price and bringing good profits for you. Only if it makes it good, not earlier!

I think you made a new record. You zombified a thread nearly 5 years after the last answer.

Lol! This thread was made five years ago and his response was super delayed!  Grin and what's funnier? there are more of them who keeps on answering the question that was supposed to be answered five years ago. This thing made my day Wink I hope to read more comments on this thread.


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