7 Rules for Investing in Cryptocurrency

Stephen McBride | |

Crypto has a history of rewarding long-term investors who have conviction in its world-changing potential. On the other hand, it tends to punish investors with “weak hands”—those looking to make a quick buck who can’t or won’t stay invested through volatile periods. 
That’s why Rule No. 1 in crypto is: Embrace the volatility. Throughout history, early-stage assets have gone through huge booms and busts. The first 120 years of the U.S. stock ...

Bitcoin Poised To Dramatically Gain Adoption

Frank Holmes | |

Keep an eye on the miners.

Bearish Trend Continues in Boom and Bust Asset Class of Cryptocurrencies

Tradier | |

There are few asset classes as volatile as cryptocurrencies.

Warren Buffett Is Wrong About Cryptocurrencies

Stephen McBride | |

He's a legend when it comes to stocks, but Buffett is wrong about crypto.

Another Crypto Winter Wipes Out Billions in Market Value

Frank Holmes | |

What should investors do now?

Decentralization Drives Progress

Frank Holmes | |

The founding of the US is a case study in decentralization.

Cryptocurrencies Showing Signs of Life

Tradier | |

After the latest price implosion, cryptocurrencies look ready to take off again.

Billionaires Elon Musk and Michael Saylor Favor Physical Assets Over Cash

Frank Holmes | |

That's the high level advice that these men have for those wondering how to store their wealth in inflationary times.

Currencies and the Global Expansion of Money Supply

Marin Katusa | |

Did you know that over the last 20 years…

If you took all the currency created in the world and converted it to US Dollars… the money supply would have increased by 5-fold?

That’s equivalent to nearly two full years’ worth of emissions from all energy production around the world.

Investing Highlights (and Lowlights) of 2021

Frank Holmes | |

Any way you look at it, 2021 was an eventful year—from a new president to new virus variants to new all-time highs for Bitcoin and the S&P 500 (70 record closes!). We even saw the rise of a whole new asset class: non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, with annual trading volume between $22 billion and $24 billion in 2021, up from only $100 million in 2020.

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