Not sure how emotions can really be gauged besides subjectively. I don't see why a functional safecoin wouldn't go ballistic. If anything, if there's already bullish feelings that pushes it greater than otherwise, then there's going to be that much more of a fall when the first major sell occurs. Always a balance between natural rise and bull feels.
Anyway, the only advice I can give is to sell when it reaches $1,000/safe, because Bitcoin set that precedent already, let alone the fact that there is still 10x more coin issuance to happen, over time. So even the biggest supporters (literally/quantifiable) of SAFE, I think would be foolish to not sell at least 1/4 of their holdings at $1,000, using whatever available method to sell.
(Again, that goes back to my other posts talking about a variable I think more people should consider: the reason Bitcoin was able to do so well was because of the already available exchanges that easily switch from fiat to digital. [That is, unless fiat comes to a point where fiat is almost useless, for whatever political reasons of the future, by the time SAFE gets to the spotlight.])