Once the action is taken and the first Bitcoin is in their possession, these people will deepen their knowledge of Bitcoin. This will lead them to secure their Bitcoins on a hardware wallet as they will quickly understand the following fundamental truth:
“Not your keys, not your Bitcoins.”
The Bitcoins stored on the trading platforms are not really yours since these platforms could arbitrarily decide to block them or worse, get hacked as was the case with Mt. Gox in 2014.
If that happens, you will lose eventually all your Bitcoins.
As people become more knowledgeable, they realize that Bitcoin is much more than an investment. Bitcoin has broader social and economic implications for the world than traditional investments such as gold.
Bitcoin represents a peaceful protest against a monetary and financial system that is no longer at the service of the people.
The examples of Venezuela or Argentina in Latin America already show the value of Bitcoin in enabling people to escape the bad political and economic decisions of corrupt politicians.
At that time, the price of Bitcoin may have fallen by more than 100%. The timing of the first big drop in the price of Bitcoin helps to sort out the investors who will go further and those who will capitulate.
Those who surrender at this point make a bad choice guided by fear. Everyone knows that fear is the enemy of winning investments.
People who know how to control their emotions and who had bought Bitcoins in case they finally decide that they should continue to buy them and take advantage of the fear of others in the market.
Just in case, of course.