At what price do you consider selling (some of) your Hive?

Hive is finally among "the people"

As Hive is now hovering around 1.13 USD, some of us are finally seeing some decent income from their account. And of course that is a good thing. But I expect Hive to go a lot higher from here. And that brought me to another question. One that keeps me going around in circles. A higher Hive price of course brings in a bigger income daily, but there is always a risk that it goes down big time again. Even to zero. So, now comes the question, at what price would you consider selling your Hive, or maybe just some of it. I am not really there yet, but for the moment I would say at 10 USD per Hive, I would consider selling some. But of course, in the meanwhile, you never I could change my mind sooner, because it would bring in some stress to see Hive at 6 USD and seeing the value of your account above 100k USD... I really think the pressure of selling would become pretty damn high...

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Let's it happens, and soon. But at what price do you consider selling? And why? Or do you really Hold On for Dear Life?

Sincerely,

Pele23

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That's a good question as Hive is not like any other currency on the market and no one knows where the top will be.

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Good question @pele23. I nearly see it more as a lifestyle than a cryptocurrency at this stage. I might set a goal of a certain amount of steempower and then sell some hive made from posts every now and then. But I would be selling for projects within the eco system such as leo or sps

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I will make the distinction between HIVE and HIVE Power. I would not power down my HIVE Power to sell. However, any liquid HIVE that I earn from other activities would be converted to HBD before selling.

My intent would be to take liquid HIVE out of the market and put out HBD instead.

I would leave my HP alone so that I could earn more rewards.

The way I earn liquid HIVE is through leasing out my HP or from Hive Engine activities.

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That’s kind of what I had in mind too, but I still think we could be tempted hard at certain prices…

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Possibly. For me, I think of the amount of cash flow it buys me. If I did sell, it would be for something else that generates income.

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I've not really thought about it before. Might decide to sell bits at prices like 2 or 3 dollar and spend it on something fun or desirable. At the same time, I would like to keep part of it as well. In that way I can keep getting curation rewards as "income" and don't miss out if the price goes to the moon.

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Just keep building as long as you can. The $10 I feel will happen and by then this place will be flooded with new users making it harder to earn. Sure selling some is never a bad thing but with me the bulk will always stay powered up.

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