Did you know Warren Buffett makes $8,751 per minute from doing absolutely no work at all?
That's $4.6 billion in one year…
And it's not because he has investment managers do the work for him.
It's thanks to his careful execution of this income strategy, that has made it possible for him to earn money while he sleeps.
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We've seen it before - multiple times.
I also said, the ban would actually be good for Bitcoin (and crypto prices).
Well, in the past week…
Bitcoin has rallied nearly 25% higher add $180 billion to its market cap.
And for the first time since May, bitcoin's total market cap has exceeded the US$1 trillion market. A milestone that could signal this unique asset is ready to make its... ››› more
Last week, China “banned” Bitcoin transactions, declaring them illegal.
China is one of the world's largest crypto-currency markets. Fluctuations there impact the global price of crypto-currencies.
So with that announcement, Bitcoin fell from $45k to $41k.
But the People's Bank of China went one step further and declared all virtual currency-related business transactions were illeg... ››› more
Recently, I had to schedule a doctor's appointment. But I hadn't seen him for some time and He had changed practices. So his old practice were still in possession of my file.
Yes, my file was still on paper and not electronic.
So in order for him to have my full history, I had to go and collect my records from the old practice.
When I went to pick up my records, there was huge file ... ››› more
It's not like mainstream media would get anything wrong (sarcasm)…
Well last week, major financial news organisations were left red-faced after a massive blunder.
It all started when a press release published via GlobeNewswire, claimed that Walmart and Litecoin agreed a partnership. The “partnership” entailed that the world's largest retailer will accept Litecoin as payment on its e... ››› more
The crowd of listed crypto-related stocks keeps on growing…
Coinbase Global Inc - The largest crypto exchange was the most recent crypto company to list on a major exchange.
Bakkt - The financial platform that allows users to trade and store digital assets, such as bitcoin is also on track to list via a special purpose acquisition vehicle (SPAC) called VPC Impact Acquisition Holdings.
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Over the past couple of years or so, the crypto economy has boomed.
Just the crypto coin/token market alone is worth $2.2 trillion!
But the reality is, this market is nowhere near matured.
You see, there's still one investment that has the potential to inject the crypto market with huge amounts of money from institutional and even retail investors.
And that means a perfect opportun... ››› more
Bitfinex is a bitcoin exchange, based in Hong Kong and incorporated in the Virgin Islands. In the past, it's been the subject of hacks in which millions have been stolen.
Tether is a cryptocurrency firm, whose business is the issuance of a stablecoin (an asset-backed cryptocurrency). The Tether coin is a proxy for US dollars.
In other words, it claims to be fully backed by US dollars.
Rec... ››› more
One of the first principles they teach in any Economics 101 course is that price is a function of supply and demand.
When supply is decreasing and demand stays constant, prices go up.
When supply is increasing and demand stays constant, prices go down.
This basic economic concept explains Ethereum's recent +50% rally and why it could continue heading higher for the rest o... ››› more
Two weeks ago, the bears were betting on a big collapse.
And for a moment, it looked as if they were going to be right.
That all changed with the Amazon news.
Now a potential €375 billion could soon flow into Bitcoin!
Bitcoin rallied past the $40k mark.
And as I write this, Bitcoin traded past $41k.
So, what's been going on?
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Last week, Amazon listed a job opening for a digital currency and blockchain product lead.
In response, crypto markets soared. Bitcoin briefly surpassed $40,000.
Investors interpreted the post as an indication that Amazon would soon be accepting bitcoin as payment on its ecommerce platform.
But an Amazon spokesperson quickly rejected that interpretation:
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I'm sure you're well aware that there's a global chip shortage…
A shortage that we've never seen before and one which is crippling supply chains across the world…
This supply squeeze doesn't just affect things like TVs, phones and laptops, it also affects the manufacture of refrigerators, air-conditioning systems, cars, aeroplanes, steel products and even ready mix concrete production!... ››› more
If you're a crypto investor, you're sitting through a major pullback right now.
And you're probably looking at a painful decline in your crypto portfolio value maybe 20%, even 50%.
So is this current weakness just standard volatility, like we've seen for years, or is this time different - a sustained bear market?
Well it may be a tough moment for crypto investors, but it's not time to ... ››› more
What's been going on with cryptos'?!
The total crypto market cap has dropped over R200 billion over the past month.
And it seems like a lot of retail investors are getting out of the crypto markets.
I think so!
You see, there's some positive news for crypto's behind the scenes in the institutional space.
Bitcoin'... ››› more
According to Fundsdata, it's ranked #1 in the Multi-Asset Income Fund category for returns over the past year.
It's up over 13%.
On the face of it, that doesn't sound like much.
But it's around DOUBLE the returns you would get from most income investments (Money Market, Income & Interest-Bearing Funds) today.
I'm talking about the…
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Have you ever played a mobile game?
With some of them, the more you play, the more “rewards” or “in-game currency” you can get. Usually, you can use them to unlock a level or something along those lines.
You can also use your credit/debit card to buy a level or get special features etc. And if you'd rather not spend actual cash, you can earn in-game currency by watching a few ads ... ››› more
They've been one of the major catalysts that's catapulted Bitcoin into the mainstream financial media and its price over the past year and half.
And it makes sense…
The more “Big Money” get involved in digital currencies, the further it legitimises them as an asset class.
Consequently, more investors jump on board pushing up prices.
We've seen t... ››› more
After a pretty hellish month for Bitcoin - dropping over $20,000…
Investors finally have something to cheer about!
The #1 crypto by market cap rallied over 15% in the past two days.
And this time, it had nothing to do with Elon, or any other billionaire.
Instead, something even BIGGER happened in the market - one that could have implications on countries worldwide and the world's... ››› more
What started as the online currency for the dark web Is now viewed by Wall Street as a legitimate asset class.
And it's in big part due to a number of tech companies (MicroStrategy, Square, Tesla), banks and billionaire investors entering the crypto market in some way.
The thing is, this is only the beginning…
In fact, recent reports hint that the world's largest tech company may just b... ››› more
When crypto crashes, something interesting happens…
An army of naysayers rush from out of the woodwork with the usual “I told you so”.
And I'm not just talking about people on social media, or even friends. But also professors of economics and fund managers!
Even this Nobel prize-winning economist had a go…
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