1. Real estate is a safe and solid investment. A house is a house no matter who owns it. I think this is a big reason why more people want to invest in real estate and why we are seeing such strong price appreciation. We have seen many real estate bubbles come and go before and this one looks to be no different. My point is, don't buy a house that has a mortgage on it. If you can afford to buy it, it has little risk to you and that is my number one rule when trading in cryptos.
2. If you really love the idea of investing in crypto, consider the stock market and the stock of a company that you think is poised to breakout and go from its previous highs. Do a back test to see what it would do on a bigger scale with trades. (Do a real time back test and see how it compares to the cryptos you have purchased.)
3. Be forewarned, the stock market has its own set of risks, and these can be significant. The trick to this is knowing which risks to focus on and which to ignore. These risks include the speculative risk, the accounting risk, and the fundamental risk.
4. With careful thought, you can put together a plan that will give you the best chance to make your crypto investments and then some profit. You can do this by combining this method with one of the previous methods to give you even greater success. For example, if you follow real estate, with this method you can invest in real estate as well, which will give you good returns, while minimizing the speculative risk. So in this example, I can invest in real estate as well as crypto, which will minimize the fundamental risk. (It is important to do this while reducing the speculative risk.)
If you follow these steps, you will be ahead of many of the crypto traders.
That is why I recommend using multiple crypto-trading methods, as shown above, to increase the probability of success.
You can also maximize the profits by knowing when to sell. And you can sell at the right time, and not just when prices are going down. This is important because the smart trader knows that when prices are going down, it is usually a good time to get out. Why? Because it will save you from getting out too late. So you need to be ready to sell, before prices hit the floor.
So how do you learn this? There are several ways to do this. You can learn it in a class like a university, or in a video course, or by reading a book, or through experience, or by playing around with the trading calculator. You can have a mentor, or you can do it on your own, and I recommend doing it on your own because if you learn it on your own, you will understand better how the different methods work. You will also have a better idea of what to do when the conditions are not suitable to trade.