We are pleased to announce that the eBook version of The Crypto Porfolio will be free to download from Amazon until Friday 18 May 8am (UK time).
What's the book about?
The book is around 250 pages in length and is split into three parts:
There are lots of other areas the book covers, such as crypto wallet storage methods, crypto exchanges, what to do about crypto taxes, and much more!
How do I get my free copy?
You can download the book for free from Amazon. If you don't have an Amazon Kindle or Amazon account, don't worry, and follow these steps:
***Note: you cannot usually download the eBook from a mobile phone—best to use your laptop or desktop PC***
An unfortunate truth about investing is that we can't earn decent investment returns without taking on risk. On the one end of the risk spectrum, we could leave our money in a bank account earning less than 1% interest a year. Not much risk here, but no returns either!
At the more extreme end of the risk scale is spinning a roulette wheel at the local casino. The risks are huge—meaning the chance of losing our initial 'investment' is very high—but so are the potential rewards if luck happens to go our way.
If you've looked into using Technical Analysis, then you've probably heard of the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) indicator. So what it it? How does it work? And can it be used to help us make smarter trading and investing decisions?
Let's be frank, most cryptocurrency investors have had a tough time so far in 2018. But to those who believe in the future of digital assets, today's falling prices could present long-term buying opportunities. If you fall into this category, then you're probably asking yourself which cryptocurrencies to buy on the dip?
Throughout the current cryptocurrency "bear market", I've been looking more closely at some of the different cryptocurrencies on offer. Is NEO a good long term investment? Let's find out.
Satoshi Nakomoto started Bitcoin with an email to some of his peers. From there, Bitcoin got big. These days, most new crypto coins start out with Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).
This post is taken from a chapter in my latest book, The Crypto Portfolio: a Commonsense Approach to Cryptocurreny Investing. The contents have been modified to fit the format and style of this website.
Disclaimer: ICO investing is extremely risky. This article is for educational purposes only.
This post is an update on how the Crypto VA strategy has performed this month (month 3 out of 6 of the strategy).
So far the portfolio has returned 76.39% (September 1st to 28th November) with less downside volatility than the overall crypto market.
Disclaimer before we go on: Investing in cryptocurrencies is risky. This is not investment advice, it's just what I'm doing. Only invest a very small portion of your investment portfolio in cryptocurrencies. If you have not read the original post relating to this then the below won't make much sense, so please read it before moving on.
In this post, I'll quickly go over:
Last month I started investing in cryptocurrencies using the Crypto Value Averaging Strategy described here. This post is an update on how the strategy is going so far.
The usual disclaimer: investing in cryptocurrencies is super risky. This is not investment advice, it's just what I'm doing. Only invest a very small portion of your investment portfolio in cryptocurrencies. If you have not read the original post relating to this then the below won't make much sense, so please read it before moving on.
Crypto market update: September 2017
Anyone invested in cryptocurrencies during September knows that it wasn't a great month. This was mostly down to:
The crypto market has gone up massively already this year so the price drops of September were a healthy correction in my opinion.
The chart below shows what happened to the price of Bitcoin in EUR over September. The first half of the month was bad but the second half was a lot better!
Bitcoin price in Euros September 2017
Looking back, it would have been great to buy Bitcoin on September 15th. But knowing that Bitcoin would go up after that would have been very difficult.
Starting the strategy on September 1st wasn't ideal, but at least with Value Averaging (VA) I only invested small amounts in each crypto. As you will see in this post, I got some better bargains in October!
In a recent article, I shared my thoughts on Cryptocurrencies as potential long-term investments. In writing that article, I became very interested in them - not just as investments, but also as inventions that could one day improve the global financial system.
After spending the last month aggressively researching the subject, I'm now ready to add a small amount of cryptocurrencies to my investment porfolio. In this article, I explain exactly how I am doing this.
Disclaimer: this article is not investment advice. I'm just explaining what I'm doing. Investing in cryptocurrencies is extremely risky and the market is not yet properly regulated. Please do your own research before making any investment choices. Invest at your own risk!
This article is split into two parts:
I get asked lots of questions about cryptocurrencies lately (street named 'cryptos'), so I thought I'd look into them in more detail.
Disclaimer: I am by no means an expert in cryptocurrencies, but I've done some research and pulled together a summary of what I think they're all about in this post...
Cryptocurrencies are worth looking into as a long-term investment, provided you: