According to a recent survey by research firm CivicScience, about 54% of investors have not sold their crypto assets in the past six months. A quarter of respondents noted that they sold almost all digital currencies. And 20% of those surveyed got rid of a small amount of digital moment.
According to experts, it is not surprising that there is a direct relationship between an investor’s income and his ability to hold assets in a bear market. Those bidders whose income is more than $150,000 per year are ready to stay in the ranks even against the backdrop of a significant drawdown. Conversely, most investors whose annual income is less than $50,000 have sold at least some of their holdings.