I just wanted you thank you for putting the crypto course together..I particularly like how the traits to be a good trader include many of the traits of being a good person..self reliance,patience,pliability..etc..the course has helped me to not get swept up in hype on numerous occasions..and look at things from more angles than I even knew of..I am a lucky man for finding y’all…My wife and i wish you all the best Todd, Matt, Karrie, Nick..Already making money, gonna make some more…Thanks again – Arthur
Disclosure: Several members of the Futurism team, including the editors of this piece, are personal investors in a number of cryptocurrency markets. Their personal investment perspectives have no impact on editorial content.
Just wanted to know what to do if your currency is doing crazy well and you have made a 100% profit . Do you wait for it to touch the moon as the hype is ? Or you should sell at a profit and hope it comes down and sell again?
I have been looking for a simple website to buy bitcoin here in The Netherlands. I want to pay with iDeal (the most used payment method here) but I cannot find too many of those. The ones I have found are currently bl3p.eu and bitvavo.com. Do you know any others?
I’m keeping a close eye on the situation and will be updating this post when Binance and other major exchanges reopen their doors. In the meantime, check out my ultimate guide to trading Crypto on Binance to get your head round how to send Bitcoin from Coinbase to an exchange.
TIP: A good first foray into cryptocurrency investing is the obvious, buying a major cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. After that, you’ll probably want to trade USD for crypto on an exchange like GDAX. Once you have done that, you could try trading BTC and ETH for other cryptocurrencies. Trading “crypto pairs” can be rewarding, but it is more complex and often more risky than just buying a single cryptocurrency as an investment.
Firstly, I want to outline why the portfolio rebalancing has worked for me. My original investment was just in Bitcoin with a small amount of Ethereum, but as my investment grew I started to sell Bitcoin and buy others. During these early days, I blindly invested in a few other coins, Golem, Augur, Steem, Dash and Monero, but with no real strategy. Over the first couple of months, my portfolio made some modest gains.
It requires too much time, and I want to work the minimum amount each day, my trading time is less than an hour a day. Yes I now write about crypto but writing is a pleasure, it is one of the things I have always wanted to do. It is using my time for what I want. Just check how often I Tweet compared to the day trading experts. A few a day because I am busy doing other things than looking at the market.
The most useful cryptocurrency trading tutorial you can go on is the one you can give yourself, with a demo account. Firstly, you will you get the opportunity to trial your potential brokerage and platform before you buy.
You will make some horrible losses. When I used to day trade there were days where I made losses of 15%-30% of my portfolio, however, at the end of the month I was up 17% in total as I didn’t let those losses deter me. They will happen, it will be soul crushing, you just can’t quit.
Day trading is an instant profit you can earn 20$ or more doing this kind of trading. I do that techniques but i am a holder of token. In the other way you can do both way to earn half of your money is in investing and the other half use in day trading. You sure gain a lot of profit. More work more profit and dont forget the golden rule “Buy low sell High”