Dynamic Risk Management
Winning by not losing
The hardest way to get started investing is to invest and lose money immediately.
Blockchain based cryptocurrencies are not going away anytime soon. Within the past year, bitcoin has gone from $800 to $400 and Ethereum has gone from $7 to $350.
There are currently a few cryptocurrencies that have showed promise and that may be on the road to hitting the $100 milestone.
Limited risk, unlimited profit
If we invest $100, we can lose $100. But we have no idea how much money would could possibly earn.
By putting your money in position to grow exponentially, (10x-100x) you are allowing yourself the possibility of making $100,000 of an initial $1000 investment.
Hitting it big on Asymmetric Bets
Cashing in on asymmetric bets requires luck and skill
The key to achieving sustainable positive returns over time is a dynamic risk management process that eliminates the chance of large single loss.
By spreading out the risk that would be associated with one large investment into a few smaller and safer bets, we are able to increase our profit margin while decreasing the risk associated.
Ways to diversify
Should you invest in bitcoin?
Things to consider
1. Your personal understanding and faith in bitcoin
– Do NOT invest in something that you personally don’t believe in
2. Believing Everything You Hear
3. Geopolitical Events
– Bitcoin price fluctuations are often influenced by political, social, and economic factors.
Should you invest in the blockchain
Well, other financial giants certainly are
“J.P. Morgan has long used open source software and we are excited to have this opportunity to give back to the community. Quorum is a collaborative effort and we look forward to partnering with technologists around the world to advance the state of the art for distributed ledger technology.”
-Lori Beer, Chief Information Officer, J.P. Morgan Corporate and Investment Bank
Top 10 Beginner Mistakes
- Jumping into a coin at the peak because you think it will go higher
2. Not understanding the rules
3. Using too much leverage
5. Cutting losses late
6. Stopping profits early
7. Staring at the same graph
8. Not using a scanner
9. Not using a strategy
10. Not understanding why you lost money
11. Not expecting a correction
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