Why do you never hear about people who have large amounts of bitcoin getting money for any of them?
My guess is also that at the bull run will continue until the end of December, or early January, and then will bleed out through 2022, and perhaps start a new bull run in 2023, or even 2024. Don't think the current one is over yet, it's just standard media/big money market manipulation to shake out noobs in a bear trap to drive down the price so they can buy up a bunch real cheap, at which point noobs will fomo back in. Then it will hit new ATHs, and then drop suddenly, which is the bull trap. noobs will panic sell again, then they will rise the price nearly as high, people will again FOMO back in, but then it will actually bleed out, noobs will think they ;learned their lesson and HODL through the entire bleed. It's classic crypto market psychology.
Everyone who buys into the engineered panic will lose money at least 3 times if they keep trying to get back in.
My advice: if you're in the red now, keeping holding, you only lose if you sell. If you have more capital, dollar cost average some more buys to help offset some of the lost opportunity. If I'm right and this is just a bear trap, then we're headed for even higher ATHs and you're good if just hold.
If I'm wrong, worst case scenario is just hold. f we get solid confirmation of the bear market, sell for a loss, but keep it in Tether and rebuy in like 6 months or so when the bleed is at maximum, so that you can get a larger position for your money. Then hang onto it, stake your Tether or whatever you have so it gives returns. Then watch your money go nuts in the next bull run, which will be even quite a lot higher than this one.
In a bull run, take profits regularly, since you don't actually make any money if you hold forever. In a bear market, hold, and stake for rewards, and keep increasing your positions as you can in dips. And, if you're up to it, learn futures trading and you van make solid money even when the market is steady down.