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I might miss my buys

As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.As I have said in my last post, I think quite a few people will have sold in the spikes and might not have bought back in before the next spike. For example, I sold most of my stack on the 27th in February and bought the same amount back pretty much the next day and added more where I could. I only sold a fraction of it in the 23rd of March, but bought more in at the 900s. Now, I am looking to get a buyback in lower than my sells last night, but I think on the bottom runs of the ladders I set, I will have to buy in at a higher price.

However, I might miss my buys and those who are buying around this price, will want to sell higher than they have now. This creates a bit of a scarcity gap in the middle, where orders might get a little thin, until people who are willing to sell in that midrange between here and the current relevant top, powerdown into the market. However, a lot of the people who have been buying in low from the 300s to 800s, might already have cleared out of the market with large gains and might not get back in at all, as even with the large gains, getting in now will seem "expensive" from where they originally bought. Many would have also sold in the 900-1300 range, so to buy now would give them a technical loss on their new position.

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