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September 18, 2018, 11:09:30 PM
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Bitcoin is stable for months, what to do?.These are the questions roaming on every topic on this forum so im  helping you decide whether you want to sell it or buy something. Well, im promoting buying so here's why.

You probably have some coins bought when the price is still high, and you want to sell it because you are afraid that it may go deeper and you lose more. These is called the panic sellers which triggers When the value of the coins they are trading or holding pump down. What will happen? You will claim that you defeated and surrender for what we say bear manipulation. You just gave your money to them, you get depressed and you eill post bad news about bitcoin so that a lot people would be discouraged to invest. It doesnt help yourself and doesnt help other people either.

But what if, instead of declaring you lose, you hold your coins until it goes back because we both know that this drop is just temporary and when the value get tired of being low, it will soar high again. Its a winwin situation for us financially and emotionally. Yes , it is depressing until it still low but we know we are not lose until we sell it. More money, lesser stress.

We should take this low value opportunity to buy rather ranting nonsense that wouldnt help. Have a strong heart people.

The simple counter argument that you fail to assess in this post is: What if the price continues to go down? Your argument for buying relies very heavily on the concept of buying and selling and offers little to no concrete evidence as to why someone should keep buying. Is there an event in the near future that could potentially raise the price? If so, that would increase the strength of your argument tenfold. As far as people are concerned when it comes to this issue, people think about the worst case, not the best case. The worst case being that everything goes to 0 at some point in the future.

I don't think that bitcoin price continues to go down, maybe to other altcoins possible, because as long as there is an investors believed in bitcoin or altcoins it will never crash its value into zero, even many are saying its useless anymore. Because the value is always depend on the volume market in the platform. so, the things to remembered all the time is be sure to the coins you are going to hold or trade in.

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Today at 04:00:02 AM
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Since not all people can hold their bitcoin, it is expected that people will also likely to lose interest in bitcoin most of all when the cryptomarket is down no matter how you are going to encourage them to revert their decision. Maybe when bitcoin rises back again, they will also have their interest back too.
Thats right, but if you don't advise them to survive, of course they will sell it and contribute to the dump and make the price go down again, even though in the end they will come back again when the price rises. I think it's better to give them positive advice to stay and hold

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Today at 08:13:08 AM
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Since not all people can hold their bitcoin, it is expected that people will also likely to lose interest in bitcoin most of all when the cryptomarket is down no matter how you are going to encourage them to revert their decision. Maybe when bitcoin rises back again, they will also have their interest back too.
Thats right, but if you don't advise them to survive, of course they will sell it and contribute to the dump and make the price go down again, even though in the end they will come back again when the price rises. I think it's better to give them positive advice to stay and hold

Encouraging those people to stay is not an easy thing to do, we have to give them a good reason why they should stay. Assure them that the price will rise back again in the future is not as easy as its being said. Especially if we are facing kind of people who are disappointed already or given up already with the situation. Most of them are newbies who have just invested in crypto not too long time ago, as I believe intermediate and above holder/trader will stay as long as possible even if they see that the current market is not really good.

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Today at 10:24:59 AM
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Since not all people can hold their bitcoin, it is expected that people will also likely to lose interest in bitcoin most of all when the cryptomarket is down no matter how you are going to encourage them to revert their decision. Maybe when bitcoin rises back again, they will also have their interest back too.
Thats right, but if you don't advise them to survive, of course they will sell it and contribute to the dump and make the price go down again, even though in the end they will come back again when the price rises. I think it's better to give them positive advice to stay and hold
We shouldn't advise them, let them sell if they lose interest in Bitcoin. Because at a time when bitcoins are higher and more stable, they will still sell and dump prices back to the ground. Let bitcoin hurt only once.

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Today at 12:28:05 PM
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Bitcoin is still in the initial rank and its future is still uncertain. These two factors are reflected in the price and aggressive volatility of volatility.


The volatility is driving the price crazy and this year it is on the downside. But like last year even it it rises for 1 month we will be almost like last year a new high and should be good then. But for this you need to keep buying now and hold it till you get the price as you desired.

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Today at 02:11:53 PM
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I don't think that you need to be difficult to convince the people to stay on the cryptocurrency because in my opinion the way of the person and the principle of that person is very different so let him on the road they think is right and let him like that.

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