This a tip on how to get the most guaranteed returns on your investment.
Ok, so first of all you need to set an amount you are very comfortable to invest and in the worst case scenario, lose.
Let’s say you choose to invest $1000, that being 5% of your total savings.
You can choose the easiest and most risky way – Pick a coin from the top 10 and buy when the market is dipping – a good range to buy is when a coin dips 15%-20% because in a couple of days it usually will recover bringing you a nice profit of 15%-20%.
Or you could go the hard and less risky way – You diversify your investments and buy into good and legit ICO projects.
Take some time and find yourself some good ICO projects on– Try to go beyond expert reviews and do your own research by navigating through their web-site, checking out the team’s background, trying to understand their whitepaper and how will they help revolutionise this industry.
Keep in mind that there are many useless projects out there that will probably end up failing, like more than 50% of the projects last year.
You could find 5 ICO projects you really believe in and invest $200 in each one of them – A minimum expected ROI in an ICO is x2 – That means that only half of them need to succeed to break even.
Good and rare scenarios are when a project enters the market x15 from initial ICO price – That’s $200 x 15 = 3000$ (a 2000$ profit only from one investment)
But that’s a pretty rare case.
By investing $200 in 5 different ICO’s makes it less risky and you could break even or even book profits if one is successful and the others fail.
You should never keep your eggs in only one basket – Learn about the projects, start to believe in them, and only then, invest and diversify.
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