Most important thing is to not trade most of the time, only trade when there is very good profit earning probability with a very low risk.
So, 5 to 1, is a good key to preserve your capital.
5 being the profit possibility and 1 the possible loss.
Most retail investors adopt a HODL mentality, the strategy of holding a coin for long-term growth.
Never trade long term on cryptocurrency or any other asset with a high risk!!
Get in and get out as soon as possible.
There are ways to a quick profit, that do not require you to stay on inside for a long time.
If you do not know how to day trade, or do swing trade, we are almost done to deliver a trading course.
If you do not want to trade, and just want to leave your money there, we know how to earn a 1%- 5% average profit monthly, by just leaving your money there.
That is called Arbitrage. It is the practice of taking advantage of a price difference between two or more markets.
We are almost ready with a course on Arbitrage.
For example, an arbitrage opportunity is present when there is the opportunity to instantaneously buy something for a low price and sell it for a higher price.
To find an arbitrage opportunity is an essential step. There are two major kinds of the crypto arbitrage:
- Arbitrage between exchanges
- Arbitrage within an exchange.
We will deliver a course on Arbitrage if you want to earn money from it.
That is the only way, so far secure to invest on cryptocurrency, by just leaving your money there.
We also invest in arbitrage and so far it has been doing good.
Profit is not very high but it is a way to just leave your money and have a passive income, because you will not have to work so much to get the result, after you have the first step done.
What is a passive income?
Passive income is when you continue to get paid after the work is done. This includes royalties from books, movies, or songs and also revenue that comes from real estate investments or business investments where you don’t have to be present to earn it.
Some passive income ideas take a degree of upfront work to earn, like writing an e-book and some don’t take any effort at all, such as investing with a robo advisor.
Having passive income streams may not replace your entire salary if you were to lose your job but having something coming in is better than having nothing coming in. It can keep you from depleting your emergency fund and can help keep you from sliding into credit card debt.
Pursuing some of your passive income ideas can also speed your path to financial freedom.
IF YOU ARE ON ANY HIGH PROFIT CRYPTO SCHEME,
GET OUT NOW!!
ONCE BTC starts dropping HARD, this time, a lot of people will try to cash out and all these schemes will CRASH!!!
MOST PEOPLE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO CASH OUT.
A pyramid scheme is a form of fraud similar in some ways to a Ponzi scheme, relying as it does on a mistaken belief in a nonexistent financial reality, including the hope of an extremely high rate of return. However, several characteristics distinguish these schemes from Ponzi schemes:
- In a Ponzi scheme, the schemer acts as a “hub” for the victims, interacting with all of them directly. In a pyramid scheme, those who recruit additional participants benefit directly. (In fact, failure to recruit typically means no investment return.)
- A Ponzi scheme claims to rely on some esoteric investment approach and often attracts well-to-do investors, whereas pyramid schemes explicitly claim that new money will be the source of payout for the initial investments.
- A pyramid scheme typically collapses much faster because it requires exponential increases in participants to sustain it. By contrast, Ponzi schemes can survive simply by persuading most existing participants to reinvest their money, with a relatively small number of new participants.
Cryptocurrencies have been employed by scammers attempting a new generation of Ponzi schemes. For example, misuse of initial coin offerings, or “ICOs,” on the Ethereum blockchain platform have been one such method, known as “smart Ponzis” per the Financial Times. The novelty of ICOs means that there is currently a lack of regulatory clarity on the classification of these financial devices, allowing scammers wide leeway to develop Ponzi schemes using these assets.
Economic bubbles are also similar to a Ponzi scheme in that one participant gets paid by contributions from a subsequent participant (until inevitable collapse). A bubble involves ever-rising prices in an open market (for example stock, housing, cryptocurrency, or tulip bulbs) where prices rise because buyers bid more, and buyers bid more because prices are rising. Bubbles are often said to be based on the “greater fool” theory. As with the Ponzi scheme, the price exceeds the intrinsic value of the item, but unlike the Ponzi scheme:
- In most economic bubbles, there is no single person or group misrepresenting the intrinsic value. A common exception is a pump and dump scheme (typically involving buyers and holders of thinly-traded stocks), which has much more in common with a Ponzi scheme compared to other types of bubbles.
- Whereas Ponzi schemes will typically result in criminal charges after they are discovered by the authorities, other than pump and dump schemes economic bubbles do not typically involve unlawful activity, or even bad faith on the part of any participant. Laws are only broken if someone is perpetuating the bubble by knowingly and deliberately making misrepresentions to inflate the value of an item (as with a pump and dump scheme). Even when this occurs, wrongdoing (and especially criminal activity) is often much more difficult to prove in court compared to a Ponzi scheme. Therefore, the collapse of an economic bubble rarely results in criminal charges (which require proof beyond a reasonable doubt to secure a conviction) and, even when charges are pursued, they are often against corporations, which can be easier to pursue in court compared to charges against people but which also can only result in fines as opposed to jail time. The much more commonly-pursued legal recourse in situations where an economic bubble is suspected to be the result of some form of nefarious activity is to sue for damages in civil court, where the standard of proof is only balance of probabilities and where mens rea does not need to be demonstrated.
- Following the collapse of a Ponzi scheme, even the “innocent” beneficiaries (including anyone who unwittingly profited without being aware of the fraudulent nature of the scheme as well as the recipients of charitable donations from the perpetrators while the scheme was in operation) will be liable to repay any such profits or donations for distribution to the victims. This typically does not happen in the case of an economic bubble, especially if it cannot be proven that the bubble was caused by anyone acting in bad faith.
- Items traded in an economic bubble are much more likely to have an intrinsic value that is worth a substantial proportion of the market price. Therefore, following collapse of an economic bubble (especially one in a commodity such as real estate) the items affected will often retain some value, whereas an investment that is part of a Ponzi scheme will typically be worthless (or very close to worthless). On the other hand, it is much easier to obtain financing for many items that are the frequent subject of bubbles. If an investor trading on margin or borrowing to finance investments becomes the victim of a bubble, he or she can still lose all (or a very substantial portion) of his or her investment capital, or even be liable for losses in excess of the original capital investment.
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