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I Work In Finance, And I Will Never Invest In Crypto finance investment



In this episode of Making It Work, one woman explains why she’ll never invest in crypto, and why she prefers to keep her money in other investments.

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Written by Keertana Anandraj

Video by Grace Lee

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34 thoughts on “I Work In Finance, And I Will Never Invest In Crypto finance investment”

  1. Not sure I can get behind, “I refuse to buy crypto currency even though my $5 could someday turn into $500,000.”

    Like, that’s $5. I’m about to go buy $10 of crypto just in case it can turn into $1,000,000 one day. I waste more on Starbucks per month.

  2. Crypto is a pyramid scam. The reason so many people hype it up is because they've invested too much into it.

    It's a cult for grifters run by better grifters.

  3. Holy fuck, the full time crypto supporters came out in force.

    Then again, if my entire life savings was based on lying on the internet to keep up hype for a dying commodity like crypto and NFT's, I'd be fucking panicked too. Lol.

  4. Again with the myth of the gender pay gap, that reduces to around 2% if you actually compare equal jobs with equal hours. "Repeat a lie 1000 times and becomes the true" Joseph Goebbels.

  5. I am a bit of skeptic, but I know a lot of aspects about BTC. So, let's make few things straight – BTC is an investment asset – like gold, it's scarce, but it's easier to acquire it and big players like pay-pal and grayscale are holding it, same with a lot of banking institutions, hedge funds and masses of people, self-host wallet btc owner whales have a hard time selling it without doing KYC and in some cases, this can wreck them financially. People lose access to their btc wallets which makes that btc frozen for all time. The Hype and FOMO is on the rise and most people only buy and hold with btc. I mean you have to understand that normal stock market fundamentals don't apply here. It's not a 2017 – 2018 scenario. The regulation added to BTC can actually even make it more desirable(although have a minus). Basically, anything that could stop the mooning of btc imo would be extreme regulation restrictions and also better investment opportunities discovered by btc owners. However , it’s is best advice you find a working strategy/daily signals that works well in other to accumulate and grow a very strong portfolio ahead. I have been trading with Mr Mohamed Luc daily signals and strategy, him guidance makes trading less stressful and more profit despite the recent fluctuations. I was able to easily increase my portfolio in just 4weeks of trading with Mohamed daily signals growing 1.5 BTC to 6.7 BTC. His daily signals are very accurate and yields a great positive return on investment and is available to give assistance to anyone who love crypto trading, you can contact him on Telegram @ MohamedLuc* * for inquires and profitable trading systems…

  6. lol the timing of this. Bitcoin just yeeted off of a cliff. That comment about "it could plummet" amuses me deeply.

    There's also a lack of anonymity with these. Cash is a lot more straightforward. I give cash. I get the thing. 🤷🏾

  7. I'm sorry for being critical, I love most of your videos. This sounds like its on fast forward. There is no time gaps between sentences and my brain can not keep up without them. Did you use something to make it faster? A program? I don't like it

  8. Video idea, I would love to see a video about finances surrounding disability. Such as a financial confessions video with a person who has a disability and how that pertains to their relationship with money. I have a chronic illness and it greatly affects my ability to work, but I'm not technically disabled enough to draw disability benefits. How does one factor that into financial planning? Thank you for your time and consideration!

  9. cryptocurrency feels very much like a the emperor has no clothes situation lol plus I read in Reuters that mining takes so much power that it annually produces more than 22 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions, like this bullshit contributes the same as the Netherlands or Jordan to global carbon dioxide emissions

  10. Crypto is a pyramid scheme-like grift. Much like an MLM, the only way to make money off it is to bring in more people to buy it off of you at a higher price than what you spent. Otherwise, its value is purely speculative. And frankly, calling it "currency" is a bit of a misnomer if people are using as an investment. You don't invest in a legitimate currency, because currency doesn't typically grow in value. It's just currency. (Heck, most often it gradually decreases in value due to inflation.) I don't think cryptocurrency can actually BE currency and still be some kind of investment opportunity. The two things aren't the same.

    Also, investing in crypto is not the same in investing in stocks. At the end of the day, a company whose stock you buy has tangible assets. The company's value is tied to those assets. The value of crypto is not tied to anything tangible. You can easily lose all the money you've invested in crypto, because there will never be actual real-world assets at the bottom of everything.

  11. Everyday that goes by the more I realize we are just at the beginning of this . Thanks to all the hard work and dedication that has been going into crypto market.

  12. I get more excited about earning rewards through staking with Kendall of Easyworldweb🟡com than I do through price action! I've re-watched all of your passive income video's several times over and I'm staking everything. I'm out there shoveling snow off roofs and putting it all in crypto knowing that one day that money could 10x

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