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Past performance is not an indicator of future results. Investments – stocks, shares, bonds, cryptos, etc. – can go down as well as up, and you may not get back the original money you invested.
Never, ever, ever invest money you are not happy to lose. And I would stress happy there.
As you probably know, crypto investing in highly risky. Cryptos can rise by hundreds of percent in a matter of days. They can also fall by 90% or more in that same space of time.
If you’re going to put money into cryptos, you need to be prepared for this. In fact, you need to welcome it – hence the happy to lose part.
Crypto investing, or any kind of investing for that matter, should only ever be done with money you can easily afford to lose.
About the deep dives
When I do a deep dive on a crypto, it’s not a recommendation to invest in it. As I often say, I’m not an investment adviser, or a lawyer, or an accountant, or anything remotely like that. I’m just a journalist, and I write about crypto.
I like to do deep dives into crypto projects that seem interesting, are getting over hyped, or are doing something that could change the world.
I look into them like a journalist, not like an investment analyst. And even if I come out impressed by a project, that doesn’t mean I think you, or anyone else should invest in it.
I write about this stuff because I genuinely believe it will change the world – for the better. And what’s more interesting than that?
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