Basic cryptocurrency portfolio strategy

Fundamentals are an advanced strategy for cryptocurrency investors. Rather than making decisions from charts, real world …


  1. Hi, I am a bit late to this video. Thank you for the great content, recently became your Patreon and trying to digest all of the information that is provided there. May I ask if you are planing to make 'Exit Strategy' on how to act in times of great uncertainty?
    And also, do you think that $LUKSO is still a good investment, since it is far beyond the prices you and your Patreons invested?

  2. Firstly, your channel is great. Secondly, 1 question about this video, and perhaps you may answer it in an upcoming video. Why 0x? It is in all of the strategy's you propose. I would love to know your thoughts on that one. It has my interest, but I'm not convinced yet. Anyways, please keep doing what you're doing! Its awesome πŸ™‚

  3. Hello mate, first of all thanks for the video. second, I'd like to ask you the following questions.
    Let's say that I'm going to follow the =<30K portfolio. and that I'm gonna invest USD$10.000. What happen with the section of 10% (with so many projects) is it better to play very diversified and invest $100 in each project? or is better to pick just a few projects and invest more in each one? and if that is the scenario which one should I pick?

    In other words, if you have $10.000 how would it look your portfolio?


  4. 2020 was a rough year for markets but Bitcoin has outperformed JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and the majority of top U.S. financial sector stocks. Historically, traditional market analysts and old school investors tend to look at Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with a wary eye, and when crypto pundits attempt to make comparisons between the two these investors say it's an apples to oranges argument. Take, for example, Warren Buffett, who many a time has said Bitcoin is nothing more than a Ponzi scheme as it does not produce anything and therefore has no value.. According to these traditionalists, comparing Bitcoin to Apple, Tesla, or a bank stock like JPMorgan is irrational as the latter employ workers, produce products, and generate revenues and dividends which are distributed to shareholders. Despite these arguments, a simple fact remains. Bitcoin has had a strong year and the digital asset is outperforming financial stocks in 2021 due to a considerable increase in institutional demand, investors' belief in BTC's exponential growth potential, and its asymmetrical price action in the face of global economic uncertainty. So for now you can still make profits by tradn. For me, i advise you multiply the little you have with tepper strategy, I was able to make 9btc with 1.5btc in 5 weeks day trading using the same strategy , reach him on te l e. gr am at @ tepper_trades ,for more insight…i am still looking forward to 2021, it's just so hard to know exactly when the real crash will happen

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