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How I Turned 0.2 $eth in 7 Months Without Getting Lucky

1). A short story of how I turned 0.2 eth into 40 eth in 7 months without getting lucky:

My first play was minting 2 @gamblingapescom for around 0.18 eth. Before investing all my money into this project I researched it for weeks and made sure this was a smart investment.

2). I ended up flipping both of those NFTs for a total of 1 eth before they dipped to 0.2 eth floor price. I sold at the top because I knew everything about the project and stayed clear minded while it was pumping. My next plays was buying 5 @TheHumanoidsNFT

3). for a total of 1 eth (bought at 0.18 eth floor price). I bought because it was a first project of it's kind (punk looking robots). The next day I woke up to the floor price of 0.75 eth and held till 1 eth where I sold every single one of them...2 weeks after...

4)... they were sitting at 0.4 eth floor price. Once again I sold the top. After this successful trade I flipped a few hyped mints and grew my portfolio to around ~8 eth, that's when the downfall started...

5). I started thinking that everything I buy can only go up. I started buying random projects without looking deeper into them and my portfolio went back to ~ 4 eth...that's when I got my shit together...

6). I started looking for a play that could get me generational wealth...I found @Llamaverse_

and spent MONTHS researching the project, team, spending time in the server. This is when I knew this was my next BIG play...

7). I bought 12 @Llamaverse_ for a total of 8 eth (all my money and some of my client's)...didn't sell when they reached 1 eth floor, didn't sell at 2, didn't at 3...sold 7 at 4 eth and 1 at 7.7 eth....

Portfolio worth: ~ 40 eth...

Having huge conviction and full-sending everything into a project / founder you trust and believe in brings you generational wealth.

Do not fade us next👑 sincerely, NFT uni(versity) founder

This post is based on this twitter thread.

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