Diversification between assets classes can improve the risk-adjusted returns of your investment portfolio. In this article, we’ll see how portfolio diversification applies to bitcoin.
The usual disclaimer: none of this is investment advice. It’s just for information and illustration.
Bitcoin has had a bad year so far. But traders who knew how to successfully short bitcoin and other cryptos on the way down have done rather well. In this article, we’ll explore the concept of shorting crypto further.
Disclaimer: shorting is risky—especially with volatile assets. Personally, I would only ‘go short’ if I have a strong conviction that the price will go down. As always none of this is investment advice, it’s for information and education only.
In this series of Technical Analysis 101, we explore one of the most commonly used technical trading indicators: the Relative Strength Index (RSI).
The RSI is a momentum indicator that can be used to show whether an investment approaching overbought (sell signal) or oversold (buy signal) territory.
To be a successful trader or investor you need to manage your risk. One of the most important risk management tools in trading is the Stop Loss. In this post, we’ll explore the Stop Loss in more detail.
This post gives a fairly detailed overview of the Bitcoin system. I have taken the content from chapter two of The Crypto Portfolio.
Bitcoin was the first blockchain based cryptocurrency. It was also the second most searched term in Google in the Global News category in 2017—right behind Hurricane Irma. On that note, I’m guessing you already know a bit about Bitcoin, so I hope this post adds to your knowledge in some way.
Bitcoin is two things:
- A digital form of money that people can use to buy stuff with (bitcoin with a small ‘b’).
- A system that supports the use of that digital money (Bitcoin with a big ‘B’).