Buy The Dip

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Last updated on March 9, 2022. Are you following Socratoshi Nakaplato on Twitter?

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Did you buy the dip?

You think that you caught the dip. You bought your favorite cryptocurrency at a great price. But what is that? There comes another dip, then another, then another.

This can happen in any market. However, since the crypto market has wild fluctuations, you will experience this a lot.

For veterans, it is ok but it can scare newbies. So don’t try to go all-in at a specific price point, use dollar-cost averaging (DCA), and spread your buys through time. It is almost impossible to pinpoint bottoms and tops accurately for a long period.

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