//I’ve been in this market for almost two years now, and I have some advice for new traders.

I’ve been in this market for almost two years now, and I have some advice for new traders.

The moon doesn’t exist. The rocket will always fall before it reaches the moon, either you hold it until it goes back down, or you sell it before you hit peak.You are almost always going to make the wrong move, so don’t sweat it. People see their friends mess up their finance, and think “Wow they are stupid I’ll just do the opposite of what they did”. This might work sometimes, but most of the time this isn’t going to stop the up and down flow of the coin.Holding is good to an extent: if you always hold you never make any money, don’t be afraid to take some out and use it on something, after all it’s just money to most of us.Good technology doesn’t mean a coins price will go up, Req for example has good tech but is still stuck down.Diversifying your assets makes you get more money when multiple coins go up, as opposed to holding one coin, however this also means you will take harder hits when it goes down.Usually it’s a bad idea to sell when you see red, coming from someone who’s sold when it was down, it always goes back up, but don’t forget that what goes up must go down.In the end, this whole thing should be viewed as a game, not stocks, not something you throw your life savings into. Don’t put in what you can’t afford to lose.My very last tidbit of advice. Don’t listen to people like me on this sub, most of us don’t know what we are talking about. Good luck!

The moon doesn’t exist. The rocket will always fall before it reaches the moon, either you hold it until it goes back down, or you sell it before you hit peak.

You are almost always going to make the wrong move, so don’t sweat it. People see their friends mess up their finance, and think “Wow they are stupid I’ll just do the opposite of what they did”. This might work sometimes, but most of the time this isn’t going to stop the up and down flow of the coin.

Holding is good to an extent: if you always hold you never make any money, don’t be afraid to take some out and use it on something, after all it’s just money to most of us.

Good technology doesn’t mean a coins price will go up, Req for example has good tech but is still stuck down.

Diversifying your assets makes you get more money when multiple coins go up, as opposed to holding one coin, however this also means you will take harder hits when it goes down.

Usually it’s a bad idea to sell when you see red, coming from someone who’s sold when it was down, it always goes back up, but don’t forget that what goes up must go down.

In the end, this whole thing should be viewed as a game, not stocks, not something you throw your life savings into. Don’t put in what you can’t afford to lose.

My very last tidbit of advice. Don’t listen to people like me on this sub, most of us don’t know what we are talking about. Good luck!