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Flip a coin. No one knows.

Paul,

Ironically. That is actually a good answer. The forecast success rate for supposed "experts" across many disciplines is around 44%, or worse than a coin-flip. But that doesn't mean that attempting to make forecasts --which every investor and every trader is trying to do-- is a waste of time. One just has to have a good sense of when to trust the forecast and when to ignore it, so that one is making an informed bet, instead of a blind-faith guess.

Obviously, the OP bought on the basis of no due diligence or evidence, just hope. Predictably, he's now losing money and is clueless what to do next for failing to plan before acting. Oh, well. The markets depend on dumb money coming in at the top, and there's no reason to upset that predator-prey relationship.

https://www.valuewalk.com/2017/12/the-anatomy-of-a-bubble/
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