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How to Invest in Cryptocurrency

There are two very common questions about cryptocurrencies. One is “what are cryptocurrencies?” Second is “how do I invest in cryptocurrencies?” We are going to ignore, for now, the question of whether or not you should invest in cryptocurrencies. That will be the subject of another article.

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  • To find out the answers to these questions and more, click right here.

    Think About Stocks Like a Business

    Stock market investors often think about companies in terms of their price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio or other valuation metric. But, if they were looking at their own finances or the purchase of a small business, the P/E ratio might not be the first thing they would consider.

    When looking at a small business, the analysis would be more complex. To read more about that analysis continue reading here.

    • No. 1 Commodity Stock to Buy in 2020

      Hint: It’s not silver, platinum or any other precious metal. It’s not aluminum, nickel, iron ore or lithium, either.

      But without it, we couldn’t make airplanes, automobiles, batteries, boats, cosmetics, computers, surgical tools or smartphones.

      Yet this metal could soon experience the greatest supply crunch in history … which could launch its price to levels never seen before.

      Read the full story here…

    Macrotrends Point to These Stocks as Potential Winners

    Traders often focus on the daily moves in the stock market. They might look at the change in the S&P 500 index to determine whether or not the trend is up or down. They might then look at the list of most active stocks to find trade candidates.

    This is certainly an approach to the markets that can work. But, it is also an approach that can be labor intensive and, unfortunately, many individuals don’t have as much time to spend on market analysis as they thought they did. In that case, when they discover a lack of time, they can face losses. We explain an alternative approach that can be profitable for traders, here.

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  • Bad News Provides a Passive Income Trading Opportunity

    Investors know that news can move a stock. Often, the price moves that occur because of news is a short lived over reaction. When news knocks a stock’s price down, that could present a buying opportunity.

    Occasionally, news can set up passive income trading opportunities and we have one for you in our latest article.








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