We all know that we need to hodl, and to buy 10 shares a week until the squeeze. That’s old news, but something we should repeat over and over again..
However, I would like to put out a reminder to the larger apes that the smaller ones got us here. I own 14,000 plus shares. I will be a millionare at a lower price than someone who owns 2k or 200 shares. Some of us own 60K or more.
100k? I will be a billionaire at 87k. If all of the larger apes; my size or bigger, sold when they are millionaires, then the smaller apes, who own the lion’s share of the float and therefore are responsible for this squeeze, will not have realized their full potential.
If I shot for the stars only to fall backward and land on the moon, maybe I helped carry some apes to the moon on my way past, and hey, I am on the moon.
I cannot conceptialize the difference between a million dollars or ten million anyway, let alone the difference between 10 million and a hundred million.
I think it is a matter of character, one of simple common decency, to hodle as long as I have the nerve, so as many apes as possible are on the moon. Without them, the trip to the moon would never have taken off in the first place. IMHO Larger apes owe it to their smaller cousins to HODL as long as possible.