🅱️ Think Long-Term, Bitcoin Is Going Above $185,000 or $265,000

COINBASE:BTCUSDT   Bitcoin / Tether
If you knew that Bitcoin was going to move above $180,000 in the least in the coming years, would you worry about recent negative news?

How would you approach Bitcoin and the Cryptocurrency market if you knew that Bitcoin was going to hit $185,000 or more, $235,000 or even $265,000 in less than 2.5 years?

This same year Bitcoin is set to produce some really nice numbers.

Wouldn't it be considered nice to see Bitcoin at $28,000 - $38,000 or even $42,000 in a matter of weeks?

After a bloody 2022, it would be incredible to see this type of action in 2023 but it is coming.

Would you worry about Silvergate, FTX, Mt. Gox, Binance, the Sec and the rest of the drama going on when you know this would soon be a passing thought?

We have these problems now but back in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020... The problems were completely different, we had a different type of noise.

These things tend to stick in the mind the moment that is happening, when it is taking place but as soon as the market sentiment change, we don't hear about this anymore.

✔️ How will you approach 2024 knowing that this will be the next Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency bull-market?

✔️ How will you approach 2025 knowing now that this year we will have a bull-run?

Forget about the short-term | THINK LONG-TERM.

Why worry about this week when next week everything starts to grow?

Get up, wake and dust yourself off... We already went through the worse, the capitulation phase, the despair, the crash, the bottom... We are already in the recovery phase and moving towards to the first peak after the major bear-market low.

Get up, get ready and prepare!

This is not the time to be thinking about now, financially planning speaking, this is the time to THINK LONG-TERM.

Will you, think long-term?


Or maybe...


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