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Patience is the key with this one. I've got 10% of my portfolio in here and feeling very positive about it over the next couple of years. Really tempted to top up at these prices but my head is ruling me heart at the moment and just waiting for it to go north. GLA
@HarChris Yeah sadly I over invested in ARB and didn't want to sell it all at a loss so I only took out 40% hoping the rest will go higher and recover those losses. But even that I'm not sure of any more. Adjusted for loss I need 248p to break even. This is why I had to sell my 4D shares a couple of weeks ago. Wanted to get money into copper (RMM) but didn't want to sell ARB for what were even bigger losses at the time so I sold 4D temporarily. I figured 4D won't be going far in the next few weeks. Worked out well as I've bought back in at a lower price than I sold, which has wiped out most of the loss I took selling these. Still only got half the shares I had but I will top up once I reduce my ARB exposure further. Need bitcoin to go on a run so I can get out of ARB.
I'm totally on board with crypto and blockchain but these ****coins are going to bring the end of this bull cycle and then 2024 will be the time to load up on crypto again.
Final word on Crypto, Bitcoin should peak according to in depth cycle analysis built around the 4 year halving end of this coming September, followed by eth a couple of weeks later ,. followed by the Alts. A bear market will follow the parabolic melt your face off move so wise to have an exit strategy while enjoying the party with laser focus. Maybe some of those profits could go into 4D ?
Your examples are a bit meaningless to be honest. So TEL rose 300% and that means there is growth in crypto still? There are penny stocks that do that daily. What you are describing is not sustainable in anyway and tells you nothing about the longevity of crypto.
As it happens I'm with you on a revolution taking place in finance, I'm with you on bitcoin continuing to rise over time, I'm with you on the importance and use of blockchain technology. I don't however think placing money on random altcoins is any different to playing the slot machines and I find it funny that you think that this could spell the end of Wall Street!
You've made the right move Xenor. If bitcoin continues to steadily rise miners like Argo will do just fine, but the chance to make mega money has passed. I mean 14p to £3.30 in just a few months is really something and fair play to those who got in early and had the cojones to put down meaningful money and hold most of the way through. Now the downside risk outweighs the upside reward imo.
I take a lot of comfort in the price action here over the past month. I expected this to be a fairly quiet period but PR and communication from the company has been almost non-existent - if ever the price was going to retrace to the 80p level before the next leg up then this was it, but £1.10 has proved to be rock solid support.
I sold a quarter of my holding a few weeks back but today bought those shares back, quietly confident that we'll be moving north soon.
Good when it works skier1. You could have just as quickly lost 500 quid. I think the crypto bubble will pop soon. Lots of money flowing into ****coins like DOGE and when the dump happens the losses are going to be apocalyptic and it may have knock on effects for other coins. This crypto bull cycle will end at some point and you don't want to be in it when it happens.
As a share holder in a bitcoin miner (ARB) I am concerned about my investment and took some out last week at a loss and placed it into DDDD this week. I am thinking about decreasing my holding there even further and my money will come here as I've more faith in DDDD to multi bag this year than any crypto investments (miners or coins). The time to invest in this crypto bull cycle has passed - now is a bad entry point in my opinion.
That is literally like putting £500 on red and saying 'god this is so easy'. Crypto is evidently not going to spell the end of Wall Street and the LSE, what world are you imagining? One where everyone lays in bed all day throwing money at recently minted new coins and everyone being super rich because of it?! How will companies raise cash to fund operations?
And I'm not anti crypto whatsoever, I am invested in ETH and BTC but do I look at all this altcoin trading and see it replacing traditional finance? Definitely no.
Crypto may spell the end of Wall Street and London. Everyone is pulling cash out of stocks and pumping it into cryptos. You can gamble 24hrs a day, 365 days a year. Opened a position in Zcash before bed last night... woke up this morning... brushed me teeth... cashed out 500 quid. It's like printing money while you're asleep.
Don't worry Steve, most of portfolio is up x6 in crypto incl Eth since last September, not everyone here is solely sitting on a share which does nothing! Its allowed me to maintain my 4D position lol without worrying .
What you can say about this share is that it ain't dropping below 110p. Loads of support, including directors buying at 110 last month. So low risk to invest at this price, all this year's activities are funded and multiple moonshots in their sights. HOLD.
These shares are a bargain at this price. I'm back in today as money cleared from elsewhere. I want more but unfortunately need to wait for further funds. I was expecting to have to pay 120p to get back in, I don't get why it's staying so low.
Just like a penalty shoot out! Some will go into the back of the net. This share is so cheap. A leading microbiome company, no I will re-phrase, a WORLD leader in microbiome. 5% owned by Merck and I wouldnt be surprised in the least if they come in with a buy out offer when we have the next trial results . This is a multi billion pound company. Seres at 1.35 £billion. Ok they had a phase 3 trial result, but that was for some hospital bug. We are looking at far more major stuff...cancer, parkinsons etc. One goal and this will go crazy. Even now the company must be worth double what it currently is. We all ask if Nasdaq was a flop? I guess it feels like it at the moment, but when we have some positive news the money will come flooding in, and being listed on Nasdaq allows that money to flood in, unlike AIM. Hold for gold investors as it will be coming.