The Crypto market is FLYING right now…
It just broke through the $1 trillion value mark, which is an amazing feat in just over a decade.
But what's stolen the headlines over the past month is the meteoric rise of bitcoin.
The number one crypto has rallied to nearly $40,000 today.
And it’s soared over 146% since I recommended it to Real Wealth readers in November 2020’s issue.
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Over the past few months, we've witnessed a number of big money investors and businesses take a keen interest in Bitcoin…
Last month, billionaire Paul Tudor Jones backed the largest crypto deeming it “the best inflation trade”…
$92 billion fintech giant, Square, recently bought $50 million worth of bitcoin…
$253 billion company PayPal announced it will allow crypto transactio... ››› more
This is the MOST exciting technology I've ever come across.
I'm talking about Blockchain.
It's one that is truly going to rule the world when it comes to business, making transactions and with trading the financial markets.
If you missed Wednesday's brief explanation on what Blockchain is and how it works - it's actually ok!
Just don't miss this one.
Today I'm going to expand on... ››› more
I am officially raising my price target for Bitcoin.
Back in May, I sent out my first Bitcoin prediction article for the year.
At the time it was trading at $9,300.
There were two main factors that told me Bitcoin was heading to +$15,000.
The anticipated Bitcoin halving event and a golden crossover. Things were on track, until last week.
Last week, two major technical events... ››› more
Q. “With the number of infection and death rates picking up, there are talks that the second Coronavirus wave has already started. I'd like to know if there are any specific industries you're looking at buying which don't have a major effect on the pandemic?”
A. Yes, I have seen the COVID-19 levels up as well. I believe this is due to, countries opening the economies, allowi... ››› more
Q. “I've just started trading Bitcoin and I have two questions regarding the online wallet where I store my coins.
First - Can you please tell me what the difference between a private and a public key is.
Second - Can I get my key back if I lose it or misplace a key?”
A. Whether you’d like to deposit, withdraw money and then exchange Bitcoins, the process all ... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, I'm still deciding whether I should add crypto-currencies in my portfolio. Can you maybe list a couple reasons why it's important?”
A. I think with the ever changing and challenging economy, more and more people are adapting to new ways to make, invest and preserve money.
Here are my 10 reasons to add crypto-currencies in a portfolio:
• CHEAPER – It is a chea... ››› more
Q. “In a recent article by Francois Joubert, he gave us a tutorial on how to calculate the dividend yield and the dividend cover ratio. Unfortunately, the only place I have to see the shares data is on Google. My question is, can I calculate the Dividend Per Share with the information Google provides or do I need to download a new software?”
A. Yes you can calculate the Dividend Pe... ››› more
Ethereum (2nd largest crypto by market cap) has been one of the best performing crypto-currencies this year.
Last year, I mentioned that the crypto-currency was about to undergo a major upgrade in 2020.
With the upgrade launching in July, it's about to make Ethereum much faster, more secure and better for DApps (Decentralized apps).
Ethereum 2.0 also contains the promise of an entirel... ››› more
For a long while now, I've been talking about countries coming out of lockdown and how we'll see a recovery in markets.
I wasn't wrong.
The S&P 500 is back above 3 000, a gain of almost 40% from its March low.
Let me say that again, the S&P 500 has returned almost 40% in the past two months.
While I knew markets would begin to recover, even I wouldn't have predicted a recovery that... ››› more
On Monday (11 May 2020), the Bitcoin Halving event took place for the first time in four years.
This was where the miners reward for Bitcoins per block was cut by half, from 12.5 Bitcoin down to 6.25.
I told you I expected Bitcoin to rally in the next couple of months.
Not only because, historically the Bitcoin price rallies after every Bitcoin Halving event but because there is on... ››› more
Just how a money-market account pays you interest…
And just how certain shares pay you dividends…
Cryptos can generate investors a passive income too!
It's not known as a “crypto dividend” or “crypto interest”…
Prediction: These two digital currencies will lead the crypto resurgence
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Traditional currencies, like the US Dollar, Euro, Yen or Pound are all inflationary in nature, due to the very fact that central banks can print them at will. This means fiat money loses value every day as its purchasing power is reduced.
Bitcoin on the other hand, is widely considered to be a hedge against inflation.
That's because Bitcoin's supply is capped at 21 million and it's pre-pro... ››› more
March will be known as the worst month of all-time for the South African rand.
With the ongoing lockdown, the increasing rate of COVID-19 cases, the crumbling economy, and the downgrading from Moody's - It's just been bad news after bad news for SA.
And what happened last week?
Well we saw the South African rand hit record lows passing through the R19.00 mark against the US dollar.
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Just when you think, things couldn't get any worse with the financial markets…
Last week it did…
Not only did we experience the worst week for stocks since ‘Black Monday' in October 1987…
We also saw major crashes in the cryptocurrency markets.
I'm talking about cryptos falling (in the past five days):
• Bitcoin -33% and -60% for the month
• Ethereum - 30%
• Ri... ››› more
There are hundreds of thousands of people using blockchain technology right now. And there are millions of people that own cryptos.
Still cryptos haven't quite reached widespread adoption yet - especially from major countries.
But, this could change in 2020.
You see, in the space of eight days, we've seen some of the biggest economies make a concerted effort to legitimise crypto.
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Bitcoin's entered 2020 just like it finished 2019 - rising up!
After soaring 100% last year alone, the largest crypto has continued its upward trend rising 35% this year.
Because of this, Bitcoin's received a fair amount of attention in the financial media.
However, what you probably haven't seen in the media is the gains “alt-coins” have generated in 2020.
I'm talking about 50... ››› more
Today, we're going to forget about crypto prices…
The amazing blockchain developments…
The new crypto platforms like Bakkt…
And look at something I think every investor - or anyone - should know.
I'm talking about The REAL reason why bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are revolutionary inventions.
To explain, we need to go back to more than a century ago…
The beginning o... ››› more
Right now, there's a big misconception in the crypto market.
And it's got to do with circulating supply.
That's the total supply of tokens currently available in the market.
Once investors understand this concept it could lead to another massive price surge in the price of bitcoin.
Let me explain…
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Q. “I heard there is an anomaly event that takes place in September which traders should be wary of. Could you explain what the ‘September Effect' is and why they believe it is a bad month for investing in stocks.”
A. September has been known over the last 100 years as the worst performing month for stocks, due to two main reasons…
First, investors are worried about upcoming third-... ››› more
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