I often see people implying that (most times jokingly) crypto prices only go up when you are not watching. Whenever we look too much into the graphs we start to make assumptions and trying to find patterns that explains every up tick and downward movement the crypto’s price make. Anyway, let me dive into something that happened to me, that kinda makes me want to feel superstitious.
A few weeks ago I decided to look into Shiba. The price was 0.0000075 at that time and I thought “why not buy some?” so there I went. I opened coinbase about 100 times that day, because that’s what reasonable people do when they invest a professional amount of $100, right? When I decided to go to bed, price was slightly below that 0.0000075.
I woke up shocked by seeing the coin at more than 0.000020, I immediately sold because I thought that was the highest it could ever get. A few hours later it gets to 0.000034 and I decide to buy again, at ATH.
I kept looking at the chart almost hourly for a few weeks. I work in the army, and during a field training I spent 3 days without my phone (therefore unable to check Shiba’s price). When I come back, the crypto is at 0.000075. From now on, I’ll try to not look its price every day, because since I got back, it started to go down again.
*Luckily I decided to buy at 0.000034 ATH, and I bought some more today as well. *I hope this is cohesive/coherent enough. English Second Language here also didn’t had much time to write. Thanks for reading, stay safe, try to not do crazy stuff and try to stop looking at the charts every 5 minutes.