It’s now almost three years old, and boy has a lot changed in crypto. We figured that to do our part and to get the message out, it was time to update things, and try and open up the world of crypto to a whole new audience that’s still yet to come to this immense global opportunity.
As investors you can learn a thing or two from these events, even if you don’t particularly like sports. Training, studying the game, learning from success and importantly (perhaps more importantly) from failure, preparation and always being ready to flick into game mode.
Maybe you have no god damn idea about any of those things. But maybe, just maybe, you do care about the future of your country. Maybe, just maybe, you want to vote to choose what you see as the best representative of your views and beliefs in the governing of Australia.
Things have a way of catching up with development. And when they do, when that massive swathe of institutional investment comes, we think we’re going to see a crypto summer the likes we haven’t seen before, which could potentially dwarf what we got from 2017 and early 2018.
When you talk about ‘crypto’ to the uninformed mainstream, many are instantly dismissive of these ‘magic beans’, ‘tulips’ or ‘pretend internet money’. But boy are they wrong, so very, very wrong.
Actually getting a prescription for medicinal cannabis is nigh on impossible.There’s an incredible reluctance from doctors and physicians to actually prescribe it.That’s because there’s not an abundance of clinical research and evidence of benefit.
You can easily jump onto any Aussie stock forum or any crypto chat forum to see the kind of vitriol that’s spat out for yourself. But what most people don’t realise is that time spent in these forums is time wasted.
But even with random chance and statistical outcomes resetting with each roll, the fact is there is always a chance your outcome will come up. And that chance is what makes gambling so appealing to some.
Building a plan, learning about finance and markets isn’t natural to everyone. It’s also not easy. But with the right approach, the right mindset and the right access to advice, knowledge and insight, everyone has a chance to build themselves a financial future that gives them the best life they could hope for.
As I was reading Chicken Licken I couldn’t help but half turn my mind to the markets. Yep, I’m one of those guys. Can be reading a children’s story and be also thinking about how it’s applicable to markets and investment.