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What is Your Age and Do You Have a Plan for Leaving Your Current Situation?How old are you and do you have an EXIT-Strategy?

Hello everyone!

I’m curious to know how old everyone is and if they have an EXIT-Strategy. I’m in my mid-30s and I’m starting to think about my EXIT-Strategy. I’m trying to figure out the best way to transition out of my current job and into something that I’m more passionate about. I’m looking for advice from people who have gone through this process before. What have you done to create an EXIT-Strategy? What tips do you have for someone in my situation?

Thanks in advance for your help!

Forum User

33 thoughts on “What is Your Age and Do You Have a Plan for Leaving Your Current Situation?How old are you and do you have an EXIT-Strategy?”

  1. You have a worthy goal. Keep up the good work!

    I would never exchange Bitcoin for fiat currency in order to hold fiat currency instead of Bitcoin.

    I would NEVER use Bitcoin as loan collateral – read the fine print. All of it. There are a lot of things which can go wrong, and if/when any of them do, you lose your Bitcoin.

  2. I don’t plan on selling my Bitcoin. It is really my post-apocalyptic fund. If the dollar crashes, or the existing monetary system collapses, or if the governments force CBDC on us, then I will at least have some Bitcoin. But in the meantime, as long as I can buy things that I need with fiat, I will keep using it.

  3. I dynamically DCA in and out of the market with the risk model from alphasquared. I’m 39.

    BTC is primarily for accumulating and protect against fiat, which is what most people will tell you in here. But there is also no denying the fact that you can seriously compound your gains if you convert back to fiat during the cycles when the risk is high.

  4. The question is what do you exit to? Is there anything that has better risk reward ratio? I frankly couldn’t find any.
    I may slowly spend my btc for goods and services later.

  5. No exit at all!! I pray to pass down my seed phrases along with financial literacy to my kids, kids, kids, kids, kids so they can maneuver through this constant innovative world.

    I’m the person who started the snowball, I’m not suppose to see the end of it

  6. I’m in for a looong time. Once BTC hits 500,000 mark, I’ll be out and retire. Hopefully BTC hits 500k after 10 years or another 3 halvings. Do you think is that achievable?

  7. Yes, I plan on selling a portion of my bitcoin when it reaches a certain amount. This range is 250-400k.

    At that point I will rebalance <50% of my stack into other investments as I’ll have made enough to FIRE multiple times over and will want some income generating investments for passive income.

    > Would you take loans if BTC would be considered a security?

    BTC is a commodity so don’t understand the question.

    Personally I would never loan my bitcoin out if it meant that I had to give up the keys.


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