A Dummy Guide to Cryptocurrency Investment by Alan J. Lawrence
A Beginner's Book to Making Smart Financial Decisions, Avoiding Scams and Buying your First Crypto Stress Free
Learn how to make passive income with crypto, even if you’ve never traded before
Do you ever feel like it's too late or time-consuming to take advantage of the “digital gold”?
In A Dummy Guide to Cryptocurrency Investment, you'll learn a proven beginner's friendly methodology to make long and short terms profitable investments while protecting your portfolio.
Bite-sized content to understand investing basics, without mental strain overload
Forget about the technical jargon, forget about the unnecessary drama. This book explains, in plain English, what you will be getting into before, during and after you actually invest in crypto — so you won't be blinded by the lure of profits.
Get started with cryptocurrency trading wisely, the safe and easy way
Discover the tools, strategies, and techniques you need to go beyond your limitations and make the most of your hard-earned money.
Here’s just a taste of the investing methods you'll learn in this book:
- The Contrarian Principle of Investing
- How to Use the Market Phases to Make Smart Investment Decisions
- 6 Long-Term and Short-Term Cryptocurrency Investment Strategies
- How to Mitigate Risk of Losing Your Investments
- The Basics of Charting and Technical Analysis (And Why Charts Are Not As Complex As You Think)
- How to Use Fundamental Analysis to Purchase Your First Cryptocurrency
- How to Configure And Secure Your Wallet (And Understand What You Can And Can't Share)
- Maximize Your Investment Strategy and Earn a Passive Income
If you're ready to harness the incredible power of the fastest-growing financial assets in history, this crypto book is for you.Amazon
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