Michaël van de Poppe encourages bitcoin investors to take a contrarian stance and “buy the dip” even amid negative market sentiment. As he notes, trading activity around new bitcoin ETFs highlights significant lingering interest in crypto exposure. Over just three days, these ETFs saw inflows topping $780 million.
Yet rather than align with this appetite, many bitcoin holders instead appear motivated to sell based on bearish sentiment. Van de Poppe argues that this presents a buying opportunity. By purchasing during price declines while others offload holdings, investors can gain upside if sentiment shifts while locking in discounts.
Some key advantages to buying the dip include:
- Taking advantage of short-term fear and unlocking discounted entry points that may not persist if recovery ensues
- Dollar-cost averaging into positions over time to smooth out volatility risk
- Contributing stabilized demand against panic selling activity
So for long-term believers in Bitcoin’s viability, van de Poppe contends temporary dips provide fertile ground for accumulation. As opposed to following the herd, he advocates for ignoring pessimistic noise and buying when there’s “blood in the streets” as the saying goes. Those able to stifle emotion and think independently may benefit most.
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