Risk is a common consideration in all aspects of investment. The first people to buy Bitcoin had to take the risk that the cryptocurrency market wouldn’t grow the way they thought. Modern traders in...
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As new technology breakthroughs inevitably arrive, we as investors need to be positioning ourselves ahead of these trends before mass adoption takes place. We need great research that gives us the best bets for the companies that will be leading the charge and exponentially profiting off of these trends.
We’ll pretty much do anything possible to get these top human needs fulfilled. Often at our own long term detriment. Looking back at 22, I was trying to look good, and it cost me a huge amount in future growth.
The best players don’t like to be in a position where they have to risk all of their chips. Why? Because even with the best hand and with 2 or even 1 card to come, they have a chance of being knocked out of the game.
As the saying goes, there are 2 things you can’t avoid in life no matter how hard you tried or wished it weren’t so: death & taxes. Although this is true and we must all accept as part of the human experience, we all know there are daily habits and steps we can take to prolong our life.
Back in the early 2000’s, millions of Americans borrowed against the value of their homes and treated them like their very own ATM machine. When the housing market collapsed in 2008, they found out pretty quick that their HELOC was now unsecured debt.
Right now, Bitcoin is just shy of $55,000 per coin. Considering it was $3500 in March of 2020, and you, me and pretty much 99.9% missed out on that incredible run up. However, if you take any time to really understand Bitcoin, then you’ll realize that we are still in the early innings of a 9 inning game.
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