Fear of failure can be much worse than what might be a possible cause of failure. Once mass fear occurs, like sheep, human beings tend to run in one direction. There has been some interesting experiments, where someone walks up to a person and yells “Run!”. For a while, fear will make a person run. But eventually the inconvenience of running weighs in, and rationale begins. “What am I running from?” I can’t tell you how many times Cryptocurrency has crashed, badly, beyond perceived capacity for recovery, then broken all the rules. And boomed again. It’s not so much that a bubble has burst. It’s more like a controlled crash by regulatory authorities has grounded all flights during fog. When I woke up to see how low cryptocurrencies had gone this morning, I didn’t see doom, loss and feel like bailing. I saw opportunity. Experience is a good teacher. “Bursts” and “crashes”, recessions, depressions are a rare opportunity to buy up good stocks, that otherwise might be inaccessible. Naysayers claimed the sharemarkets were over during past crashes. But is the sharemarket over? So at 4pm today, I will be divesting into as much of the solid Cryptocurrencies as I can, while I can. I expected a rocky ride this year. But fortune favours the brave. So hang in there. Those who can. If this is too scary for you, Then get out now. I would however stay all in. And leverage the low.