Investing in Changing Times

Traditional Investing

Traditional investing refers to the tangible realm of investment possibilities such as real estate, industrial mining, futures, products, services, corporate stocks, bonds which are all based and managed by tangible results., McDonalds, and Walmart are examples of how a traditional business of physical products has transformed product sales into using replicated systems and algorythms, which has launched the beginning of the end of its many small traditional competitors.

Welcome to the future with Big Tech.

Big Tech and Bitcoin vs. Altcoin

Big Tech companies rely on the use of information technology. Google and Paypal are great examples of how software systems can be automated to processes large amounts of information which is resulting in the creation of billionaire companies. Bitcoin is the first ever currency which is based on informational technology, a digital technology currenty with its strength in security from breach and is non-tangible and is money that cannot be put in your wallet, nor can it be downloaded and put into a box. Altcoins are all of the currency software companies that have sprouted like rabbits as a result of the success of Bitcoin and each have a specific purpose, benefit, strengths and weaknesses. Lump all of this investment technology into the exchange of Cryptocurrency and you have an explosion of extremely high risk of financial loss with an expectation for potential growth far beyond investing as we once knew it.

1: Research and pick 2 or 3 currencies you expect will yield the highest growth. A few are better than many when it comes to investing because it will give you greater financial control with future investing.

2: Plan to hold the currency until it provides the percentage of return you are seeking. If you don’t see the potential for at least a 300% increase, then the currency is likely not worth the risk of loss.

3: Invest only what you can afford to lose.

4: Don’t sell at a loss out of fear of losing your investment. Remember, you invested what you can afford to lose, so ride it out.

5a: Use dollar cost averaging which means investing a specific amount of money each month. or 5b: Buy during the dips when the currency drops as low as 25% or 50% below your buy in position. This will help leverage your investment towards being successful. But don’t go overboard, the more you invest, the more of an investment it will take to leverage your investment to a better position, i.e. break even position, which leads to our next recommendation…

7: Set a maximum investment amount.

6: If you reach a roadblock where research shows that your investment has lost its potential and likely will not bear fruit, then you may want to re-evaluate and consider selling at a break even or as a loss. It happens. But remember, don’t sell out of fear, do the research and stick with your initial decision that gave you the green light to invest.

Remember, this is a high risk investment, so only invest what you can afford to lose. And be prepared to give the investment months and even years to provide fruit i.e. profit.

The Future of Investing…

A new approach is percentage based investments which will allow all investors no matter how small the investment, the opportunity to diversify. We chose to invest primarily within low risk income based opportunities, while evaluating small percentages in situational outcomes of new and emerging technologies ( such as software, digital currency, bio, health science, etc.). We gather the most up to date information to create a visual awareness of market movement, and to identify the specific investments that have the best opportunity to surge. Income generated investments are reinvested within technology, precious metals/commodities, futures as well as leveraging alternatives to balance risk .

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