My cryptocurrency investment strategy

There’s nothing like a good working system. A good working system will get you whatever you need.

You can apply this to anything from getting a job, creating a business, meeting beautiful women, building muscle/looking sexy, or in this case – investing in cryptocurrencies.

Now of course, we need an assumption. If you don’t agree with this assumption, you shouldn’t be investing in cryptocurrencies in the first place.

My assumption is that the cryptocurrency market will continue to expand and we’re still in her early stages.

Am I right? If so, you should seriously consider investing in cryptocurrencies if you aren’t already.

If I’m wrong, then they’re a shitty investment and I’m an idiot.

Time will tell.

My system

  1. Control spending so you always have a wad of cash
  2. Buy the dip
  3. Hold
  4. When it skyrockets, sell some but keep most of it
  5. Wait for the next dip and buy more

Yes, it’s that simple.

Now, the trick is which coins? Well, obviously you want Bitcoin and Ethereum.

The rest though – you’ll have to do your own research.

Me personally, I have mostly Bitcoin and Ethereum but I’m also long in Kusama, Uniswap, Aave, Celsius, Polkadot, and Cardano.

Some of those alt coins may do absolutely nothing. I’m well aware of that. But I’m willing to take the risks.

Disclaimer – I am not a licensed investment advisor and you really should do your own research. I’m just telling you what I’m personally doing. My agenda is of course to make money so I have a vested interest in these coins succeeding.

As for NFTs – I created several of mine and so far bought 2 from other artists. I think those other artists have a bright future. We’ll see…

I think NFTs are a great way for an artist to diversity what he or she can sell. I have my paintings I sell in person. I have prints I sell from this website. And I have NFTs that I sell online. That gives me yet another place to sell my artwork.

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