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Buy Crypto While It Is Cheap, Says Major Crypto Hedge Fund CEO
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Is he right? Or is it just wishful thinking?

https://cointelegraph.com/news/buy-crypt...dium=email
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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(2018-06-02, 11:22 AM)Carsten Wrote: Is he right? Or is it just wishful thinking?

https://cointelegraph.com/news/buy-crypt...dium=email

We have Crypto20, Hyperion and soon Kinetic, for this kind of activities.
All under one umbrella: Invictus

https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/invictu...-crypto20/
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#3
That is true. Those funds follow the market.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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I am not convinced by his argument. Just because something is cheap does not make it worthwhile for investing in. It may be cheap for a good reason. Probably going via funds is a better idea for a lot of people who are then more protected by scale, although there is less profit too probably.
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Bob cheap is relative so compared to two years ago the price is very high now. Compared to December prices we are down 60-70 % on most coins.

After the hard fork on Bitcoin that created Bitcoin Cash we now have a new coin that is much bigger than I expected. I now have to admit that I believe BCH is undervalued. It is like Bitcoin but with a maximum blocksize 8 times larger than BTC. BTC implemented the soft fork called SegWit (that took out the signature of transactions and put them in a separate block to free 60-70% block space) but BCH is still much faster and can handle many more transaction pr. hour than BTC. BTC was never designed to the popularity that it is having now.

Others think Ripple is also undervalued and so on and so forth.

Time will tell, but I think the guy is having som valid points.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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(2018-06-04, 02:19 PM)BobBobert Wrote: I am not convinced by his argument.  Just because something is cheap does not make it worthwhile for investing in.  It may be cheap for a good reason.  Probably going via funds is a better idea for a lot of people who are then more protected by scale, although there is less profit too probably.

If you do it vua funds the profit will be exactly the same as if you have the same coins in you portofolio one by one.
The only difference is that if you do it via funds you have a choice of coins (tokens) that are selected by experts.
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The link does not work for me????
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(2018-06-05, 05:11 AM)cta102 Wrote: The link does not work for me????

Strange. Just tested and the link works fine.
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(2018-06-05, 05:11 AM)cta102 Wrote: The link does not work for me????

How about this https://cointelegraph.com/news/buy-crypt...e-fund-ceo 

or this

https://cointelegraph.com/news/buy-crypt...e-fund-ceo
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(2018-06-04, 10:50 PM)Hugues Wrote:
(2018-06-04, 02:19 PM)BobBobert Wrote: I am not convinced by his argument.  Just because something is cheap does not make it worthwhile for investing in.  It may be cheap for a good reason.  Probably going via funds is a better idea for a lot of people who are then more protected by scale, although there is less profit too probably.

If you do it vua funds the profit will be exactly the same as if you have the same coins in you portofolio one by one.
The only difference is that if you do it via funds you have a choice of coins (tokens) that are selected by experts.

Yes, that is true and I trust experts more than I trust me.  It is not just a case of knowing which coins to buy and when, but also how many and then when to sell, how many to sell.  So for my peace of mind I would go for funds rather than myself.  However I know that you guys have all done well / very well with trading so maybe you all count as experts too!

What about our own hedge fund!
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