The problem crypto investors face every day is that most crypto instruments are very risky and volatile. Such assets are great for making money but are bad for preserving your earnings. Traditional financial instruments don't suit such investors. Firstly, they simply don't trust them. Secondly, the returns on saving instruments in conventional finance are minimal and barely cover the inflation if you're merely opening a bank deposit.
Respectively, crypto investors need a way to store value in cryptocurrency. There are two ways in which this can be done. The first is investing in major crypto brands like Bitcoin or Ethereum. From a very long-time perspective, their volatility doesn't matter, and overall they tend to grow in value. The problem with this strategy is that it's way too long-term: even major cryptocurrencies may fall at 50% in the medium term. This reduces the flexibility in cashing out money whenever you need it and negatively impacts your portfolio overall. It's also bad from a psychological point of view, as people are emotional in their essence. To avoid selling volatile assets under pressure and fear, it's crucial to have strong tactics. We have a video
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