The cryptocurrency market has enjoyed the past several months with impressive gains, including all-time highs for bitcoin and several more tokens.
As such, a couple of crypto analysts initiated Twitter polls to ask the community when they plan to sell their positions and realize profits.
How Much Would You Sell At The Next BTC Top
The primary cryptocurrency has led the 2020/2021 bull run. Bitcoin had quadrupled its value since early October when it dabbled with the $10,000 mark to an all-time high of $42,000 charted earlier this year.
Despite retracing with a few thousand dollars, BTC is still about 10% up in 2021 alone. This has raised discussions within the community if or when most plan to dispose of some of their holdings.
Crypto analyst Josh Rager took it to Twitter to ask: “how much Bitcoin from your holdings do you plan to sell at the next peak high?”
How much Bitcoin from your holdings do you plan to sell at the next peak high?
(assuming another multi-year bear market will follow with an 80%+ pullback)
If you plan to sell 0% – share why below
— Josh Rager 📈 (@Josh_Rager) January 8, 2021
Interestingly, the answer that received the most votes (34.4%) suggests that investors plan to dump most, if not all, BTC holdings in case of another price peak.
However, it’s also worth noting that a very close percentage (31.6%) said that they would sell less than 25% of the BTC positions.
While some comments indicated that many investors plan to hold their coins even beyond the next peak, others noted that each cycle has its top and subsequent retracement. Consequently, they advised even the most die-hard HODLers to consider profit taking at some point.
At What Price Would You Sell?
Another poll initiated by the popular analyst Filb Filb shed some light on the price targets that BTC investors are looking for to sell.
What first price range would make you have to think hard about selling some #Bitcoin ?
never sell, hodl, comments are not required*
— f i l ₿ f i l ₿ (@filbfilb) January 8, 2021
The majority of the participants noted that they would start to “think hard about selling some bitcoins” once the asset price goes into a six-digit territory. Over 40% would do that at prices ranging from $100,000 to $300,000, while 26.3% would wait to see BTC beyond $300,000.
However, Nugget News’ Alex Saunders opposed the idea of expecting a fiat price to sell the BTC holdings, especially during these times of economic uncertainty:
“Those who fully understand Bitcoin know there is no fiat price you should sell for if they are increasing M1 & M2 by 30% unless you absolutely must purchase something tangible that is of great value to you personally.”