Tesla invests $1.5 billion in Bitcoin.
Two of my favorite passions, Cryptocurrencies and Transportation.
Most of us have seen this article yesterday on one media source or another.
I am not qualified or suggesting to invest in Bitcoin / Cryptocurrencies.
What I am saying is cryptocurrency-savvy people have had their eye on it for some time, much like Elon Musk.
Musk basically was saying that
Cryptocurrency is not a myth or a scam, but a real world currency with real world investors dipping their proverbial toe in the investment pool of wealth.
What Elon is announcing is that with his 1.5 billion dollar investment into Bitcoin and allowing his Tesla vehicles to be purchased with Bitcoin that Bitcoin has become a trusted currency.
He is also saying that there are other savvy affluent individuals with a portion of their investment portfolio in Bitcoin (at least large enough to purchase one of his vehicles).
But he is not stopping there. He is also announcing that he has every intention on holding on to the Bitcoin from those who purchased their Tesla vehicle(s) with Bitcoin.
Which means he feels that Bitcoin is not a “get in and get out” street corner deal but yet a solid investment worth building on, much like one would do with gold.
By demonstrating faith in Bitcoin , Elon is also instilling trust in it, which causes a reversal of the domino effect, meaning he will start others to feel comfortable in investing into Bitcoin which will cause the Bitcoin to increase in value which will increase his holdings of Bitcoin to increase in value exponentially.
However, what is not discussed in detail is the volatility of Bitcoin ( or any cryptocurrency for that matter).
What if you were a surfer riding the waves of your investments? You are always trying to stay on top or in front of the biggest waves, only to have to jump off your board (sell your Bitcoin before losing your shorts) then climb back on the next big wave and ride it for whatever it’s worth.
1.) What if you could ride on top of the waves AND ride those waves going down taking full advantage of the full spectrum of the volatility in both a Bullish and in a Bearish market.
[Google posted 8 days ago…
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2.) What if you knew a system to follow where you could capitalize on the volatility of Cryptocurrencies in both directions but not stick around long enough to lose your shorts?
Motto: Get in – Make a Small Profit – Get out! Then Repeat Over-and-Over-Again!
3.) Contact me to find out more.
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