You see, I’ve been investing in crypto since 2014. At first, I invested small amounts. As I became more successful, and as crypto became a bigger and bigger part of my overall portfolio, the money I started to put in became bigger and bigger.
As my interest in crypto investing grew, I shared much of what I learned online, through articles, podcasts, as well as courses that teach the essence of crypto investing — both the technical aspects of it as well as investing strategy.
Mike knew all of this about me, and that’s why he asked me to help him invest in crypto. I agreed. For several weeks in a row, we set up one-on-one calls, and I guided him through the entire process.
Right at the start, I answered all his upfront questions about the technical side of crypto investing. We then made a plan for what he needed to do. And then we worked together to carry this plan out.
First off, I proposed a few exchanges that I knew to be reliable and useful for the kind of situation he was in. And although the transfer process took a while, it went through without a hitch.
I also made sure that he wasn't waiting around for a temporary dip in the market. You see, one thing I've learned from master investors is that it's impossible to predict the market (I'll tell you more about this in a bit). The best you can do is to look at the fundamentals of an investment, and use that to guide your decisions.