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Nadia Vanderhall
@nvknows
Crypto has been in a cold cycle for a couple of months. The next bull cycle will revert. Unlike stocks — crypto runs on cycles. But one should also know about diversification no matter which (super) market you buy from. Also — just as you know the historical data of certain stock/funds, same for some coins. Plus, check your positioning to see if you’re not heavy in some coins that are more volatile than others. The same way you know that “meme” stock tend to be vs traditional stock/funds. I was looking at #Bitcoin  performance YOY from the last year. It cuts off before 2010 (lived through that). Because we all know how messed up it was. But look at the cadence by the year = cycle. Along with that — so many things at play in this cycle: more adoption, wallets, exchanges, scammers, regulations. Will it continue to dip more? I expect it to do so. Do I expect a rally, yes but not saying when. Made a post a year about when Bitcoin was down 48% and many called it Winter where I called it fall. So what am I saying? Don’t let this shake up of #crypto make you question your ability. Set your goals with it. Find your risk tolerance, positioning and diversification. Learn as much as you can about it. It’s a form of investing, if you’re afraid to sink your portfolio? 1-3% diversification (it’s volatile) until you learn more and then shift the ratio. Learn cycles. If the coins are too much, research the great performing companies investing web3/crypto/NFTs and position more into them. There’s many ways to invest into this space vs a wallet, exchange. (Talked about that here: https://bit.ly/3l7QCud) You could also look into implementing #dca or staking to help lower your risk as well! #crypto #cryptoadoption #crypto101 #cryptoalert #futurefocused #longterm
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