There are several questions about cryptocurrencies and BTC that are popular among newcomers to cryptoindustry. We explain what’s wrong with them and why it’s better not to ask them.
Those wishing to start interacting with cryptocurrencies often ask the same questions on the topic of buying a particular cryptoasset. It is these questions that are practically taboo in many communities professionally dealing with cryptocurrencies.
Considering such uncomfortable questions, as in case of damaging advice, will help to better understand how to do right. And also improve your understanding of the basics of investing and trading cryptocurrencies.
The most popular question: Buy BTC for $20,000 or not ?
Whether to buy BTC at $20,000 or similar questions about other crypto assets is the most popular question. It is impossible for professionals working with blockchain assets to answer such a question in one word or even a few sentences. For a satirical analogy, a fictional situation could be made. In which a person would walk up to a doctor on a street and ask if they should take a cough syrup. Without having proper information about an individual’s situation and some analysis of all available data. This doctor would not be able to answer yes or no to such a question.
Exactly the same situation for crypto experts and traders sounds questions about whether, for example, to buy ETH at $1,000. To answer such a question, a specialist will need to know a lot of information regarding the situation of a “new investor”. Does this new investor already own cryptocurrencies. If so, at what prices he bought. And is he familiar with the basic principles of investing and money management. Does he know all the risks of any crypto investments. Whether this investor is planning a short-term position or an investment in a long-term position and many other questions.
In order to correctly assess the situation and allocate the right share in the portfolio to a new asset for this investor. It is also desirable for a crypto expert to know the total amount of already existing and potentially possible crypto portfolio.
As you can see from the nature of questions, a conversation like this definitely won’t fit into a few sentences. This kind of communication also implies a certain level of trust between people. Which should be based on a mutually beneficial contract, or a friendly or family relationship.
Next popular question: Which project will go to the moon?
The next category of questions is requests for evaluation of certain investment ideas. Unfortunately, a lot of users are often ready to invest all 100% of their deposits in one project. Most often it is a new project advertised by marketers. And they don’t have even one reliable sector in their crypto portfolio – BTC, ETH, BNB, ADA, SOL, DOT and others.
Can a crypto expert definitely answer questions about investment attractiveness of this or that project? He can, but a detailed answer will definitely take more time. Than a conversation over a cup of coffee and will be more like an audit service – due diligence. Which includes drawing up an objective vision of an object of investment. Assessment of investment risks, a complex study of project activities and a complex check of crypto-market.
All of above mentioned applies to classic investing as well. However, in addition to these points, blockchain due diligence will also include research into where best to store crypto assets. As well as studying the issues of passive income through stacking. Or other similar mechanisms, if a long-term investment is planned.
Let’s make a conclusion
Having considered the most popular questions, we can conclude. That in most cases, if a person asking a question has a serious intention to start investing in cryptocurrency. He will need to take enough time to educate himself in this matter. Or take advantage of a paid consultation from a crypto specialist. It is also worth noting that professionals working with digital assets like to get new information from any source. Therefore, they will treat any question better if they add some interesting fact to it. Or their own observations on the market situation, made on the basis of their own research.
Another reason why traders and analysts do not like to give advice. It is hidden in the fact that any advice must be able to be realized. A newcomer receiving even an accurate signal to buy can do otherwise. And a simple situation for an expert will be catastrophic for a newcomer. Because of excessive manipulation of leverage. Or due to incorrectly set stop-loss and take-profit.
So, recommendation to buy BTC or other crypto asset at a certain price can lead to a lot of negative consequences. And a newcomer will then start accusing his failure of advice provided by a crypto-expert. If price goes up, but just a little. Then newcomers will say that they have not gained enough money. If price goes up, but not immediately, they will say that they could have bought cheaper. Even more predictable will be the reaction of an unprepared cryptocurrency buyer to long-term price moves below entry point before the start of growth. By the time growth starts, new trader will already sell everything at a loss. Therefore, our Crypto-Upvotes experts recommend to study everything carefully by yourself. And contact only professional cryptocurrency traders.
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