But keep in mind that it's possible to see one more wave lower and than hit a new higher-high.
1.buy at the first support and make sure not to miss-out (like I did) and hold even if it falls and than buy more
2.Wait to see the reaction on the support and you can get in for worst price or better price if it falls (more conservative way)
I totally agree. BTC is the flag bearer for the digitisation of the MASSIVE fundamental resource we call money.
If you click on the link to the chart I shared you will see it compares the current correction to a previous correction. The previous correction was of the same coin that we believe has so much value. IE this same coin has 'popped' before - 'popping' doesn't render is valueless. A 'bubble popping' turns out to just be a series of lower highs and lower lows over time. It's not a panic sell to zero. The BTC rise to 20 000 was massive hype that requires tempering. It feels healthy to me if BTC cools down to 5000 then begins a climb again.