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What is your #1 Challenge in understanding how to value Bitcoin, or other cryptocurrencies for Investment or trading purposes? Or do you have it all figured out? (Leave a comment if you do, let us know.)

Will Bitcoin or other Cryptocurrencies make you rich? Is Bitcoin a hedge against future failures in the banking system or stock market?

Bitcoin is highly volatile; you might devote only a few percent of your portfolio to it. Past performance is no guarantee of future profitability. Make your own decisions and set stop loss points in advance.

Imagine that a few years from now you have achieved a new level of wealth because you learned how to invest and trade in Bitcoin. And you have begun to free yourself from complete reliance on the bankers and Wall Street.

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Bitcoin is not easy to trade because of its high volatility. But that and the long term potential of the first and most secure and most valuable cryptocurrency make it worth understanding. Bitcoin has the hardest monetary policy of all, more so than gold.

There are 7.5 billion people in the world and the population may rise to 9 or 10 billion. But there will never be more than 21 million Bitcoin, even a hundred years from now. That means around 2/1000 of a Bitcoin per person, on average, in the long run.

Owning one whole Bitcoin puts you in a special club. How much Bitcoin would you like to be holding a year from now? What do you think Bitcoin’s price will be in 12 months? Will you be able to pull the trigger and buy or add to holdings before then?

The next Halving is only a year away.

Hi, I’m Stephen Perrenod, PhD, and I’ve put up a brand new course on Bitcoin Valuation on Teachable. If you’re a day trader of crypto altcoins, this course is probably not for you.

Newest course, at a special introductory price, two easy payments:

==> Bitcoin Valuation: Looks at both Fundamental and Technical Methods to Time Entries, Exits

Perhaps you had the foresight to buy Bitcoin in 2016 or before. Or perhaps you bought some Bitcoin in the trading frenzy of late 2017. You are sitting on a losing position and wondering what to do now, following the Great Crypto Crash of 2018.

Or perhaps you sold at a loss, swore it off, but remain intrigued. But you have no guideposts.

The course is for people who are interested in understanding how to value bitcoin over longer time periods, medium to longer-term time periods. I look at a number of fundamental methods and a number of technical methods as well.

Over a dozen methods are examined for historical performance. Some work well, some don’t, but several of them have performed very well, significantly better than buy and hold.

Choose one or more methods with which you are comfortable.

Personally I encourage everyone to first accumulate bitcoin at favorable prices, but you may then want to trade around your core holdings.

If you are new to Bitcoin or crypto this course will provide you with some easy, straightforward methods. And if you’re a more experienced investor or trader of cryptocurrency, this course may give you new insight into the fundamental drivers behind bitcoin’s value.

Order this month at moneyordebt.teachable.com and get a free bonus course.

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Start on your road to freedom from the banksters.

New course ==> Bitcoin Valuation: Looks at both Fundamental and Technical Methods to Time Entries, Exits

It is the Internet of Money according to many, although I prefer to call it Money in the Internet – which it literally is. (I highly recommend the books Internet of Money by Andreas Antonopoulos and The Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous. If you only read one, make it the latter.) In Internet terms, we are in the early 90s with Cryptocurrencies, so the growth ahead is still nearly unimaginable.

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We see cryptocurrency as the newest stage in the evolution of money: Money 3.0. (Money 1.0 was gold and silver coinage, Money 2.0 is fiat paper and digital money. Paper certificates that once represented gold or silver lost all their asset backing).

Like Money 1.0, cryptocurrencies are asset-based, whereas Money 2.0 is debt-based. Fiat money is created along with debt. Cryptocurrencies are created via a mining process “proof of work” or a proof of stake or other consensus mechanism. Thus they enter the world as assets, not debt.

Bitcoin Valuation Syllabus

Fundamental Valuation

  • One: Digital Gold
  • Two: Halving of Block Rewards
  • Three: Active Addresses, Transaction Values
  • Four: Google Trends, Fundamentals Summary

Technical Valuation

  • Five: Seasonality
  • Six: Moving Averages
  • Seven: Moving Average Multiples
  • Eight: HODL vs. Moving Average Crossovers

Fiat is debt. Cryptocurrencies are assets. Digital assets or virtual assets to be sure, but currency, since they have units of account, are a store of value, and can be used as a medium of exchange. Some are better at value, some are better for exchange.

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Download for free, a “Rule of 72 table”. This provides an estimate of the number of years to double your money vs. the annual percentage rate of return earned.

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New course ==> Bitcoin Valuation: Looks at both Fundamental and Technical Methods to Time Entries, Exits

Bitcoin is highly volatile; devote only a few percent of your portfolio to it. Past performance is no guarantee of future profitability. Make your own decisions and set stop loss points in advance.

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