The crypto Market is turning - What's your exit plan if you have one?

in crypto •  last month

Hello folks, i dont normally write that much about cryptos. This is mainly because i dont do any research anymore and dont think i am someone to listen to about the crypto market. I have not even been reading the crypto news app i have for well over 6 months so i know nothing at all. I know what i like and that's what i buy, im not interested in buying into new released stuff, i tried that last bull run and have watched alot of them lose 99% of the the dollar are even BTC value. Im in it for the long haul and im no longer interested in trying to find a unicorn coin. I am happy to buy more stable, time proven coins/tokens and just hodl until that they reach new highs before selling them.

So the reason for me writing this post is there should be a turn in the market coming, we can all feel it. We all know that 2018 was the year crypto got it's bollox kicked in, 2019 should sorta go sideways but upwards a little and then it's bounce and moon in 2020. 2021 will be the bubble pop and then we play another round for 3-5 years. See, it's dead easy, that's whats gonna happen.

Do you have a crypto exit plan?

Do you have an exit plan in mind? Maybe your exit plan to get more BTC are dollars in the bank, mine is to get more silver and gold. When i started CryptoSicko, i sold 180 oz's of silver and bought 5000 STEEM to power up. Now, forgetting about whatever the bot makes as most of that is spent on leasing SP, i will be powering down that 5000 SP and withdrawing it when the time comes to convert back into silver. I bought for either 50 cent are 50 pence, i cant remember and it's not important because it cost me 180 oz's of silver. I will begin to power down my 5000SP as soon as STEEM hits $5, then i have 13 weeks of converting STEEM into BTC, then into pounds sterling and finally into my bank account. $5 STEEM might sounds like alot but i remember a time during the last bull run when STEEM is over $5 and even reached just over $8, im not to sure of the time frame between hitting $5, going to $8 and then back down to $5 but im sure the process that a few months are 13 weeks. Based on selling 5000 STEEM at a min of $5, i will get $25k which converts into 1250 oz's of silver bullion that costs $20 each. Not a bad plan right? I'll get that my Scrooge McDuck style filled yet.

Part 2 is the rest. I plan to sell every crypto i have during the next bull run, get rid of the lot and rebuild after the bubble pops, stronger and better educated. I will sell off pretty much all my crypto's including STEEM MONSTER cards, everything expect for my delegations to Precious, rewards-pool and CryptoSicko. I not sure what to do with the money yet as i'll need a holding place for 6-18 months but Im likely to dump into a FTSE 100 tracker as it'll be easy to get at. I will wait until BTC has dropped 70% from its all time high and then start buying back much more than i had before and different coins as well. Sounds easy.

So we wait,

Again, i think we can all feel that crypto is gonna start to make a comeback as the bottom has been hit already. All we can do is wait and watch what happens but if history repeats itself, we might get lucky and make a killing.

Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post.
If you enjoyed what you read here, create your account today and start earning FREE STEEM!
Sort Order:  

Next bull run we sell off everything we bought in the group buys. Turn it into either Bitcoin or Litecoin and divide it.


That's the plan. Well the plan is the convert it into STEEM and devide it but BTC cuts a step out :)

Our Cardano has almost doubled and our Neo is up around 30% so far :)

I dont disagree with your very logical tgoughts, they are very cloae to my own. I thought i was the only one who thouffg t of selli ng crypto for the traditional market. Everyone seems to talk of HODL, never sell, never back jnto traditional markets etc. I will probably buck silver and gold to a point unless i make real life changing money.

I need to get records if it fomos hard again for taxes, so many of my transaction i have nothing for.


Oh yes, crypto's are for making money and metals are to hold it :)

Likely in the UK, we dont work out our own taxes and they are automatically taken from your payslip. I'd be screwed if i had to keep records for everything.

Congratulations @silverstackeruk! You have completed the following achievement on the Steem blockchain and have been rewarded with new badge(s) :

You received more than 60000 upvotes. Your next target is to reach 65000 upvotes.

You can view your badges on your Steem Board and compare to others on the Steem Ranking
If you no longer want to receive notifications, reply to this comment with the word STOP

Do not miss the last post from @steemitboard:

The Steem blockchain survived its first virus plague!
Vote for @Steemitboard as a witness to get one more award and increased upvotes!

I regret not having an exit plan 16 months ago. I will be using most if not all my steem earning now to purchase silver.

I need to create my master plan though.

Posted using Partiko iOS


Pick a BTC price and when it gets there, sell the lot :) STEEM is my biggest holding, when it hits $5, im out, simple as.

Silver, silver, silver and a little gold maybe as a treat



Yeeee-hahahaha. Getting closer to break even

This post is supported by @tipU upvote :)
@tipU voting service: instant upvotes | For investors.

I sold last weeks bitcoin already and might buy in below 4200 but for steem I plan to keep more liquid when we go up. But a long way to go for me to make a profit.


It'll come, i use mine for CryptoSicko so it'll take me 13 weeks :'(

Im not really playing with anything at the minute, great timing on your buy last week btw :0

Wow you actually have a plan!! I got nothing. I think definitely next time I'll cash out more instead of investing. I wanted to get more silver but the market kept plummeting that I ran out of time and couldn't buy any. I dont know if I'll cash out my monster cards though :) I've only just started playing with my deck and found I really enjoyed it.

Gimme a heads up when you start cashing out. I'll follow suit! ;)


When STEEM hits $5, that's my start to power down number. As for the rest, it'll be a guessing game.

I delegate some of my SM cards to SSG but i dont play myself, never have. I think i tired 2 test games and decided, nope, not for me.