It's not as easy to pump as you might think. When the market conditions are right, low value coins are easier to move by large positions but only if the volume and value of Bitcoin is in sharp up or down. It is a phenomenon exclusive to digital assets like crypto, because even though you can buy/sell with fiat and stables, the truth is everything also trades with Bitcoin, which has a massive dominance compared to all other coins. Even though the price action is low on Doge, there are a ton of people buying/selling, which weighs positions down until the rug is pulled out from under by Bitcoin. When people pump small value coins, they get the most out of coins that have extremely low volume. Market buys are used to push the price up and then others (and their bots) buy in extremely quickly. It is risky but not easy to do. The best price action ultimately will come from natural market interest over time.
It comes with more risk, Yes, especially in the crypto-currencies world. BUT if you're 100% confident in the project that you pour your money in - Go for it. Don't diversify just because people tell you it is better. Make sure you know where your money goes.
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