In the world of investment, one of the crucial factors that shape decision-making is an individual’s time preference. Time preference refers to the degree to which individuals value present consumption over future consumption. It plays a significant role in developing effective investment strategies that align with financial goals and risk tolerance.
An important part of the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) journey is investing money to generate passive income in the future. In this article we will explain the difference between investing and trading as they are often used interchangeably but have significant differences.
FIRE or Financial Independence Retire Early is a movement or lifestyle that emphasizes saving and investing a significant portion of one’s income in order to achieve the ability to gain financial independence in most cases from a 9 to 5 job or even all the way to retiring early. But let’s dig a little deeper into the fundamentals of the FIRE movement.
Fidelity has claimed many times that Bitcoin could be worth $100 million by the year 2035. We do the business case of that claim by looking at Bitcoin Supply Vs Demand and try and understand where that projection comes from and how does Fidelity gets to what seem a very high price target.
When you think about the cryptocurrency market, do you think about bull markets or bear markets? Most people would say bull markets. A bull market is a time when the stock market is going up and prices are increasing. A bear market, on the other hand, is a time when prices are falling and the market is declining. Many people believe that bull markets make you money while bear markets make you rich. Is this true? Let’s take a closer look at both bull and bear markets to find out!
As Bitcoin navigates its first recession in the USA it becomes very interesting to see the correlation between its price and key economic indicators and unemployment rates might just be one that investors should monitor closely. Read this article to understand why.
The world economy is in a state of crisis. As a result, many investors are looking for an alternative place to invest their money into more traditional assets like gold.
Some are also turning to Bitcoin and other digital currencies as a hedge against inflation, even though the performance of these digital assets does not seem to correlate very well with this intention due to the fact that it trends in an almost parallel pattern to the stock market (up when its good and down when its not good). So will this new asset class (Bitcoin) ever carve out its own path and become the investors’ choice hedge against inflation in a turbulent market, or is it doomed to stay where it is, which is seemingly a more risky digital extention of the stock market ?
On CryptoCollege.cc you will find a lot of interesting information on Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies. But it is important to understand that all this information is for educational purposes only and does not qualify as investment advice. In this blog we …
It is no secret the Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) and the US Government have been printing US dollars due to the COVID pandemic and following the market correction of March 2020. But how much have they been printing and what …