That’s ridiculous. I’ve been accumulating and hodling btc since 2011. As far as “I’ll buy at 6000” setting arbitrary buy prices far below current levels for anything - a stock a currency a commodity - is something that usually leads to inaction and not buying anything at all. Even if it does go that low the inexperienced trader will usually come up with reasons for why his buy price should now be even lower. As well even if what you’re trying to do is short term trade you want to hit it when elasticity is high and it’s liable to rebound quickly versus after it’s dropped to too far below support levels. So for example btc is at 11500 - it drops to 10900 for the first time for the first drop since hitting the 11500 recent high - that’s the time to hit it when it’s still in a bull mode. Instead the novice trader watches it go back up to 12000 and now thinks okay I missed that run back up I’ll get it the next time but at 10500, his arbitrary price below where it is now. It drops to 10500 but the action that took it back up so quickly is gone and this time the time of the second drop it drops below 10000 after the 10500 buy is filled. Novice trader panics sells at a loss and fills the coffers of some other trader who profits off a different short term trade. Just watch the action on any stock currency commodity that has hit recent highs - if it drops it is at the moment of the first sell off when elasticity is high that it’s most liable to jump back up quickly. Standing around with your hands in your pocket until all the bull buyers have left “I’ll buy at 6000” is not the wise way to trade, if trade is what you’re trying to do here and not just talk without ever doing anything.