Let's have a little thought experiment by making conservative assumptions about how much the price of DASH could increase, based on current price versus presumed ATH , and presumed sell price for the open positions relative to this theoretical new ATH . Key point here is that once a new ATH is made, how much higher it will go from there is influenced by so many factors that one cannot simply assume they have a reliable guess of the next new ATH .
A pretty conservative minimum from ATH to ATH of most crypto assets seems to be at least x10. Currently, Dash is currently at about $136 USD per unit with a previous ATH of about $1683 USD per unit.
So, soon enough (on a week chart kinda timescale) we will see Dash make its way up to x10 current price ($1360 USD) and over the entire bull run making a conservative minimum x10 from the $1683 ATH to a new ATH of, of course, $16,830 USD per Dash coin. I gather that most reliable exit strategies (implying not exiting your positions too early or too late) would result in a sell price somewhere in the neighborhood of 10% - 35% below the new end of bull run ATH . To be conservative / having that nice risk management margin for error involved, let's say 35% below ATH .
$16,830 - 30% = $10,939.5 sell price.
$136 -> $10,939.5 = an x80.4375 multiplier on your investment (7943.75% ROI )
*Not financial advice; just a thought experiment / extrapolation that I strongly believe is reasonable to feel at least somewhat confident about*