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Is there an ideal number of cryptocurrencies that you should own? Should you pick a handful of well-researched projects, or try the scattergun approach and invest small amounts into many different coins? DISCLAIMER: This is NOT financial advice. I am just offering my opinions. I am not responsible for any investment decisions that you choose to make. DONATIONS ♥ ETH: 0xc12f59c4e23dccd369437bbdb09470879d8c0825 ♥ BTC: 1L2LswVmTobmEK8dy6Yw9nWx93Z1zZ1jb3 ♥ LTC: LRXk5EwrR6VJYJcLYZLNY5B1uhoiUchtF5 ♥ Dash: XyAPcaHdZJKuXiruHkAXkKgCMWHfaPFVgc ♥ ETC: 0x3bec3f9e112e719330d1732d60b02724b1b5a76c ♥ ZEC: t1gGY496794uEC4dTPiXitU8nYgXGLm78HH ♥ DGE: DFoVXJTiGKXTPUeztrpmYEWaHtXrBK452y ESSENTIAL CRYPTO RESOURCES ♦ Recommended place to buy Bitcoin/Ethereum: COINBASE - Sign up here: https://www.coinbase.com/join/58977243c1604b62321378df ♦ Recommended Wallet: LEDGER NANO S - Available here: https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/3c47 ♦ Recommended Exchange: (TBA) SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS ● Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LouisThomasChannel/ ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/LouisThomasYT ● Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/louisthomaschannel/ ● Snapchat: louisxthomas ● Steemit: https://steemit.com/@louisthomas CHANNEL RESOURCES ■ My Book: How to Choose a University Available here: http://tinyurl.com/y87e2ce6 ■ Camera: Nikon D5100 (old but affordable) Available here: http://tinyurl.com/y9cslp2u ■ Microphone: RODE VideoMic GO Available here: http://tinyurl.com/y9rceoer ■ Tripod: Polaroid 184cm Available here: http://tinyurl.com/yarefpr9 Panama Hat No Voice by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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kshitij jain (5 months ago)
thanks mate!
Dio G (5 months ago)
I have 11 different coins. All spread out. I think it's too much but 2 or 3 are just small investments
arbyfiles (6 months ago)
Vertcoin, niggas
The art of competition (6 months ago)
eth, zcash, civic, pearl, propy, ripple, cardano, stellar, xem, neo, lisk, omg. almost no bitcoin at all. bitcoin will be replaced just like google replaced aol
Doug Cutler (6 months ago)
8 to 12: 1/2 safe long term, 1/4 intermediate, 1/4 speculative fun coins
Garage Legacy (6 months ago)
My portfolio consists of 8 with 50% in ADA and small spread on others
Google Google (7 months ago)
There is a way higher chance for todays top companies to die within the next decade! FYI http://www.creativeconstruction.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/digitale-transformation.jpg
Gartenfenster (7 months ago)
Actually 50% XRP, 25% TRX, 25% cash Christian
Courtney-Jai (7 months ago)
As new invester I was thinking of investing in iota it's still cheap and looks like it could change the world
Tom (7 months ago)
ATM I'm something like 33% Iota, 25% Btc, 12% ETH, 8% Ltc 8% XRP. 14% others. Iota became too big, but otherwise I kinda like these numbers.
Gartenfenster (7 months ago)
The problem could be that a crypto-portfolio, which should be diversified could not protect against the risk of single coins-investments or class of cryptos, because crypto-trading is high risk trading,...so it should be absolutely indifferent if I invest into 4 cryptos or over 20 ones,...my main aspect has the focus on "how much money am I'm really interestet to invest in higher risk markets" like the crypto-market. In this case I have more to point out my Risk-Tolerance...maybe also measuring the Return on Investments (ROI), avoiding the Lotterie Effect, the bottom line...&c. With best wishes Christian
magnus4g63 (7 months ago)
Electroneum and tokenpay right now for massive gains
Michael Collins (7 months ago)
What platforms do you use to keep up with the news of your cryptocurrencies?
Kelsey Brennan (7 months ago)
Where you live seems really rainy. Maybe you should check out Colorado in the US which is super sunny :)
Tomasz Pluta (8 months ago)
What percentage of your portfolio do you keep in IOTA? Cheers.
Synth Wave Dreamin (8 months ago)
I love your videos very informative, im excited to see where this cryptocurrency storm is going to go in the next 5-10 years.
Diddly Devil (8 months ago)
S2X is dead!
Spock in a Dumpster (8 months ago)
Depends on your available capital. If you don't have much to invest, stick to a few well-known, high-liquidity coins. If you have more to invest you can cast a wider net, where even the 10% high-risk part of your portfolio could have many cryptos in it.
MattyGTV (8 months ago)
I think tenx is a great project and also neo when china lifts the ban
Spencer Smith (8 months ago)
https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@blockbusters/pirl-the-first-masternode-coin-base-on-the-ethereum-blockchain
mentugo (8 months ago)
I think with owning just BTC you should be fine - but of course higher returns you'll gain with ALTs, but BTC is king.
The art of competition (6 months ago)
aol used to be king too
Jeffrey Mcdaniels (8 months ago)
100 % LISK yes I know I'm fucking insane !! 😈😈😈
Erich Inuri (8 months ago)
I think you are spot on!
Akli LE COQ (8 months ago)
Quite the hybrid approach I recommended. Nice ! https://twitter.com/aklilecoq/status/902161500336508928
bask134 (8 months ago)
I have eth at 70%, btc at 25%, then 5 % in things like dash and litecoin
Walalal Hahaha (7 months ago)
bask134 good job dude
Argyl (8 months ago)
40% ETH 30%XRP 30%XLM
Happy Silver (8 months ago)
NAV COIN BABY
Happy Silver (8 months ago)
NÀV COIN! watch this space xx
Lise van der Panne (8 months ago)
& thanks for good advise
Lise van der Panne (8 months ago)
you're uncoolness is cool. it sets you apart i a positive way. Love nature (lifesaver of mankind)
Richard France (8 months ago)
BQX, LISK & NEO are my favourites :-)
John Guijt (8 months ago)
5: BTC LTC (still need to buy those) ETH IOTA (still need to buy those) LISK
tom mi (8 months ago)
All these alt coins peaked already . Ur better off holding btc, lending or invest in ico's.
tom mi (8 months ago)
Boring . These are all long term holds. Have fun holding ripple for years before it hits 30 cents as well as all the other alt coins . If u want real money its lending programs that will get u there . All other alt coins have already pumped and dumped, all u can do with those is hold until ur pretty much on your deathbed . Have fun getting "rich" with his stradegy
1028dash (6 months ago)
Yeah how about that ripple jackass
skatereliasvid (7 months ago)
hahaha you read my mind, GG
Eric C (7 months ago)
Tom, why would you say that when it's already gone up like crazy?
John Adams (7 months ago)
Soo about Ripple's price, mate...
The Sapien (8 months ago)
Good stuff. Also, we shouldn't just be looking at the coins or blockchains themselves. This would be like just looking at metal coins gold, silver, plat., etc and not mining equipment, skilled labor, refining industry, storage, and even things like gunpowder for dynamite. The focus on coins can maybe distract and harm more real growth. Examples of good real growth startups in crypto space have been in new sector of hardware wallets, old sectors of GPU's and CPU's, services like Coinbase and popular apps. I know that ICO's blur the line, but I think it's important to try and make the distinctions so we can also think about investing and building around blockchain and not just on it, if I'm making sense. I might even suggest pumping the breaks a little on trying to progress the coding at the moment while we see about catching up in other ways. Like maybe scaling solutions, too, might then appear from other directions. Idk, these are just my thoughts.
Cryptoyolo (8 months ago)
Great advise. Thanks!
TooLegit ToQuit (8 months ago)
Like Pokeman - you gotta get them all. No, not really. The top three (obviously) and then 10 -15 other strong projects with a similar allocation (fiat - wise) to spread risk but to assure some reasonable return for that one asset in your portfolio that does moon down the road. I have too many coins / tokens right now but - pre-segwit - I won't be offloading any.
Earth In Chains (8 months ago)
Any reviews about BTCZ or Bitcoin-Z,its getting a lot of attention from miners lately?
Crypto With Mike (8 months ago)
Hey ive watch tour videos for long time now. What do you think about funfair or fun at coinmarketcap?
Ian RJM (8 months ago)
Have you ever been swimming in that river?
Ian RJM (8 months ago)
I'm the later: research the funk out of everything and choose a few. I'm a long term investor so I want my coins to give me something extra. $rep $mod and the exception $dovu
LuckyMinute (8 months ago)
I remember when you had less then a 100 subs, glad I was and am one of them. I'm so happy to see you move up so far :)
Louis Thomas (8 months ago)
No way! That's incredible. Thank you so, so much for sticking by me all this time :)
Peter Dude (8 months ago)
BitCoin ... BitCoin ... BitCoin ... BitCoin ... BitCoin ... BitCoin ... BitCoin ... BitCoin If you invest in any other coin you'll be a mug and get left behind. When it's 2018 and BitCoin is $20,000 remember I told you this in November 2017.
Dario Fabijanac (8 months ago)
Hi Louis, Pretty much the same here. I have 80% of my investments in Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin, Iota and Ripple. And just a few more on the side.
gtfo utube (8 months ago)
Only Bitcoin and maybe Litecoin. Just because a coin increases in value it doesn't make it a good investment.
J J (8 months ago)
Eos,btc,ltc,eth
AndrejCibikDesign (8 months ago)
I have 22 assets at the moment and I believe in long-term potencial of 4-5. Im planning to move more and more on my investments into these 4-5. FYI: BTC, LTC, ETH, XMR, DASH aka old dogs. I see some great potencial in: NEO, IOTA, OMG
Pieter Stroink (8 months ago)
sooo true
Le LEVYATHAN (8 months ago)
Hong Kong based futures exchange has listed BITCOIN CASH for futures contracts. a civil war is underway between BTC, BCC and B2X for the crown ... I personally believe that Bitcoin Cash will win this fratricidal war....I personally believe that Bitcoin Cash will win this fratricidal war
LewyAlsoDraws (8 months ago)
When is this $300 ETH meme going to end?
5pivegg (8 months ago)
Just had 8.3Gi stolen from my IOTA wallet. Just a random transaction sending all of my funds to an unidentified address. No idea how. Any suggestions? Thanks
Walalal Hahaha (7 months ago)
5pivegg it's gone forever,move forward dude
John Smith (8 months ago)
3-10 Coins depending on how much you are interested and keeping up to date. For people who just want to be "safe" maybe Bitcoin Ethereum and a thrid coin of choice and people who research daily there can be a few more
Crypto Ninja (8 months ago)
Invest in STEEM/LSK/OMG/EOS/BQX/TENX/CENTRA/ETH/LTC/CIVIC. I also invested in Ripple in case the bank finally realise that they can't stop Crypto and decide to adopt. Other coins such as IOTA and NEM may do well in the future. B3 is maga cheap so get in there!
Bswank Done (8 months ago)
In my opinion just invest in the cryptocurrencies that make you say "Oh I gotta have this one! this makes sense and is gonna be big" whether that's 2 or 35
Tim Kuefer (8 months ago)
ETH, ICON, OMG, REQ, 0x, IOTA, qtum, CVC, OAX, ARK, LISK, BLOCK and a few other alts.
christopher abbott (8 months ago)
Our portfolios are not so different. Eth is my mooncoin. I bought it and btc at a 50/50 ratio just around a year ago
Jorn Verschoor (8 months ago)
2 for me (BC and ETH), as you advised before...(1 BC & 10 ETH).
Jan Ben (8 months ago)
This is a really good strategy, mine is also quite similar with 80% on the four, and the rest in 8-10 small coins.
Yody Henriquez (8 months ago)
Hello, I’m a beginner with crypto currency and I have to say thanks to you it’s been a smooth transition. Thank you for posting these videos to help us out. Please keep posting I would like to see a live broadcast one day if you haven’t already. My portfolio is a little like yours, not investing in too many coins but Bitcoin, Ether and litecoin for now, looking to add a couple more and focus on those. Thanks again
Lisa Lowery (8 months ago)
Siacoin XMR and XRP
Ace Stojevski (8 months ago)
Lisk, Komodo, IOTA, OmiseGo, Ark, Power Ledger and more but these will be up there with the big players..
curiousgeorge555 (8 months ago)
Bitconnect is the ad before many of your videos. Bummer!
tow mater (8 months ago)
no ads using the brave browser even the youtube ones.
javier marcucci (8 months ago)
BTC, ETH, LTC, OMG, NEO
Alfredo Faria (8 months ago)
Can you make a video trying to explain the bitcoin intrinsic value and why it's not a tulip bulb? Because I can see more value on alt coins, that can actually do "something" and bitcoin is like a FIAT money, because if everybody goes for a better crypto, let's say IOTA, what is the value remaining in bitcoin? I love cryptos but I still struggle to understand that. Thank you
i'd say if you are a good trader and are good and moving in and out of alts for a profit then do that but you had better know what you're doing. i've tried it and failed miserably . i had almost 30btc a few months ago and now i'm down to about 20. i would not recommend buying and holding the altcoins. buy and hold bitcoin and a few top tier alts like ethereum and litecoin but all these others could be gone in a flash. in all reality bitcoin could be gone in a flash. 10 years ago everyone used myspace and that was the king, now myspace is just a memory . so don't think that just because bitcoin is on top now that it will stay there. just like with the dotcom bubble there were so many internet companies that went bankrupt literally overnight . most people here don't remember the tech bubble but i remember it vividly. there were so many dot com millionaires that literally lost everything overnight when their stocks went bankrupt. don't let that happen to you. if you do get a lot of wealth in bitcoin or another coin cash it in or cash in a large part of it and buy something real like a home or a business . don't get greedy
Matthew Alistair (8 months ago)
what if you're just diversifying in a bunch of shitty coins though? I'd have at least half my money in the s & p index fund. Yes the market could crash but so could your life itself. It's not something you'd count on
SALEH (8 months ago)
dump all your money into dogecoin TO THE MOON Edit: i thought i made it clear i was joking, clearly not
Kevin Liu (8 months ago)
Yea, dogecoin is untradable.
topopops (8 months ago)
badnpc looool doge will fail
ddd69b (8 months ago)
Louis, you didn't mention a third option which is to buy the top few (eg. top5 or top10) and allocate weighting based upon each marketcap. This way you can safely diversify without having to be able to predict the future because by rebalancing each month, the winners will gradually get a bigger and bigger weighting, whilst the losers will gradually be allocated less and less until they drop out of the index. This strategy should succeed if cryptos in general succeed, even if you aren't any good at picking the future winners. Personally, for my portfolio I have allocated into 3 groups : group A. 50% is invested into an index of the top5 and weighted by market cap , group B. 40% is invested into any of the top10 and again weighted by market cap but they are only included if they are trending up and remain over their 150day exp moving average and group C. 10% is for any handpicked smaller cryptos that I like or that are in the top30 and trending up and are showing higher relative strength when compared to bitcoin (this group is equal weighted instead of marketcap weighted, it usually only includes 3-4 small ones.)
ddd69b (8 months ago)
after thinking about it a bit more, i think index funds might be a great way to go for anyone investing a smallish amount (maybe less than say $20k usd) where its not worth the hassle of rebalancing them yourself each month, or the amount invested in the smaller marketcaps is too small to make it viable. But for large amounts of money, its an unnecessary risk to put your trust in 3rd parties.
Sushant T (8 months ago)
How about crypto20 or hold10. Upcoming index funds for the crypto market.
ddd69b (8 months ago)
yes its true there is an element of that, just like stockmarket indexes that are marketcap weighted, they aren't perfect ... but still grow as the market grows and are relatively safe compared with the most alternatives. Without being able to predict the winners, i don't know of a safer way to grow as the overall crypto markets grows, because I feel in the future its just as likely the winners haven't even been invented yet as it is likely that bitcoin evolves and fixes its problems and eventually dominates 95% of the market. I don't have a crystal ball, so i'd rather be safe and just move with the market as a whole. Rather than try to pick and choose the winners myself. Keep in mind, the 30th largest crypto currently only controls 0.099% of the total market, and even the tenth largest only controls 0.72% of the total market ... so they are still very small when the system first starts buying into them.
Rich0292 (8 months ago)
ddd69b Interesting. But your strategy means you will buy after the coins goes up and sell after it goes down. The opposite of what you ought to be doing.
DJ Crypto (8 months ago)
got 14 coins I'm invested in. high caps making up 50%, 25% in mid caps and 25% in small caps. only investing in coins I believe in and have a strong community. ~ bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, Neo, omisego, iota, lisk, vertcoin, nav, Walton, bitquence, substratum, salt, and kucoin.. my golden portfolio :) I may have too many coins but I want to make sure I have my hands wet in all the coins I really really like
Regal Healer (8 months ago)
How crazy do you think it is to put 50% of my portfolio into OMG? This is currently my plan and I understand it's risky, but I really like the company. They seem like a very practical choice.
topopops (8 months ago)
jacob Tronson Japan they can’t make decisions quickly
Regal Healer (8 months ago)
topopops okay
topopops (8 months ago)
jacob Tronson Thailand shady af I’ll pass
Regal Healer (8 months ago)
topopops Omise is already a established and respected company that operates in Japan, Thailand, Singapore and a number of other countries.
topopops (8 months ago)
jacob Tronson which Asian country most of them are ducking shady af
HeartFilledHatred (8 months ago)
Hi! Do you think that Neo have still room for growth?
Paulo Mane (8 months ago)
Btc, lsk, vtc, omg, link, nav
dazhibernian (8 months ago)
Winter is coming.
Paula Green (8 months ago)
You have a good strategy Louis. I believe you should have the majority of your investment (85%) in an equal quantity of BTC, BTH and soon to be B2X... (eg. 1 BTC, 1 BTH, 1 B2X) The other 15% spread as equally as is practicable over each of the remaining top ten on https://coinmarketcap.com/all/views/all/ When one coin leaves the top ten.... sell it... and buy the coin that has replaced it in the list of top 10 names.
Rob Fitz (8 months ago)
Think that's a good strategy you have. I have a similar setup. Any thoughts on Ubiq? Looks promising :)
Eurig Jones (8 months ago)
It's almost impossible to find any relatively low volume crypto that makes any sense. It's a total shark tank.
ETH (8 months ago)
25% in ETH 25% in BTC 25% in NEO 25% used for buying any of these 3 when they are down more than 3% and selling when they go up more than 3% $50/paycheck to whatever crypto looks good at the moment. Always pull all of your money out of coins that moon(because quick gains from coins that have no use always drop back down) and put it back into one of the three above. Easy peasy.
Jony Q (7 months ago)
Every list is incomplete if Litecoin is not included
ETH (8 months ago)
But 3% trades can happen almost 3x more than 8% trades. It's up to you though, whatever works for you. For me it's about the feeling of making money, more so than how much money I'm making.
ETH (8 months ago)
I've tried many different levels of risk/reward and this is the one I'm comfortable with. 8-10 is good too if that's your thing.
Jan Ben (8 months ago)
selling at 3% gain won't give you huge benefits unless you put a huge investment because there is a considerable gab between "buy" and "sell" at exchanges. Perhaps, I would think 8-10% gain would be OK to sell.
NB H (8 months ago)
I think investors should enter only into positions that they have the and desire time to monitor. I think 'all -n' BTC works for a novice investor that isn't actively researching the space. Alternatively, if this is what one does with a large chunk of their time, they might invest in as many QUALITY projects that they feel they can properly stay informed on.
Shaun Rosenberg (8 months ago)
Diversity, BUT do your research on all of them.
Flying tech (8 months ago)
make sure you have at least one bitcoin, the whole point of any of these cryptos wouldnt have any value to anyone if bitcoin didnt exist
Crypto Nova (4 months ago)
I agree to have at least 1 btc
The art of competition (6 months ago)
why?
Bison News (8 months ago)
Bitcoin, Litecoin, Omisego, Salt, Electroneum, Bitconnect coin and I may invest in USI Tech coin too...
Dio G (5 months ago)
BITCONNECT HAHAAH
Andrew Freeman (7 months ago)
USI Tech a scam as well
fhoplist (7 months ago)
Look up Ethereum Blue.
John Sinclair (8 months ago)
bag holder alert
hacuper (8 months ago)
Bison News bitconnect? Are you serious? It's a well known scam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbR1SXIje1U
Psych IRL (8 months ago)
I also think it depends on how much you plan to invest. If for some reason you only have $100, I think spreading that out onto 10 coins is spreading yourself a little too thin.
TM3000 (8 months ago)
NO MORE THAN 5. You can't keep up with more than 5 investments. 5 is a solid portfolio.
Bison News (8 months ago)
TM3000 I agree...I have 7 and i may stop for a while...
Lukas Holzmann (8 months ago)
I have about 40% in bitcoin, 35% in ethereum and the rest spread between neo, omg, walton, salt and substratum + a little in ethconnect, just as an experiment to hopefully make a good return on the ponzi. I wanna increase my holdings in neo, omg and walton and keep substratum and salt, because I don't wanna miss out on good opportunities. I also wanna maybe get a privacy coin and maybe iota, just for the fear of not missing out on potential gains. It's not a perfect portfolio, but I am working on it.
Andre Fuentes (8 months ago)
10 :) Ethereum Bitcoin Litecoin NEO VERI SALT OMG PAY WTC ETP
Happy Silver (6 months ago)
Maga DzhabraFTW linda😂😂😂😂
Maga DzhabraFTW (6 months ago)
Cough.... Cough... TRX MIOTA LINDA XRP
Happy Silver (8 months ago)
Andre Fuentes nav?
tom mi (8 months ago)
Andre Fuentes none of those will make u rich . U wouldve made much more holding btc rather than buying those shit coins . But good luck on ur road to "riches"
Dan (8 months ago)
yeah and in 3 weeks you will be saying something else.........
Tom cat (8 months ago)
70%BTC 10%LTC10% ETH 10%ARK
Andrew Freeman (7 months ago)
How dare you talk to BTCs brother like that...They're family.
Tom cat (7 months ago)
Would not touch BCH with a stick..
Andrew Freeman (7 months ago)
Get that LTC up to 50% and BCH up to 30-40%
Da Dipsaus (8 months ago)
Agree
Graeme Docherty (8 months ago)
Index of the top 10, and then a few % in 3 or 4 smaller coins you like. This is what I've done and results in 80% of portfolio in BTC & ETH. Tough to pick winners right now! Is also stress free!
Massimo Valtino (8 months ago)
Do you still continue investing money on crypto ? ( i mean fiat) Or you only wait with the coins that you already have..... Or do you just invest the profit that you gain from those coins, in other coins?
Stalliont Explorer (8 months ago)
Can you do a video about Bitcoin fork segwit2x please. Where should i put my bitcoin to recieve segwit2x?
Pedro Copelmayer (8 months ago)
Stalliont Explorer I think coinbase
Scott Buszard (8 months ago)
I think a great opportunity to rebalance one's portfolio and narrow one's focus will come with the next BTC retracement. I'm tipping a retracement to around the $5k USD level. Some alts will strengthen during this, others will sink. This will be a good chance to choose alts for the long-term that have serious investors rather than 'get-rich-quick' types who are chasing short-term pump & dump plays.
Steven Cameron (8 months ago)
I would highly suggest AST (AirSwap) Check out both Novogratz and Joe Lubin as their advisors. ICO is complete in Oct and they didn't lose out much on fork. Confident on this.
Little privacy coins like XSPEC and ONION are risky, but have many times more gain than big coins.
Cerik99 (8 months ago)
Atm I do 70% in BTC and NEO and the rest in a handful small caps I strongly believe in for the long term.
Tim Kuefer (8 months ago)
i think both projects will give a good return, but in this case i better support the clearly superior blockchain [ETH]. Devcon3 was pretty amazing, never been so confident in Ethereums future
Cerik99 (8 months ago)
Mainly a belief that China will be big in this space (with NEO at the center of it) and the history of the chinese to back their own technology and make it more difficult for outsiders. Plus I also think it more likely for NEO to 10x, than for ETH to move up to Bitcoinesque levels.
Pedro Copelmayer (8 months ago)
NEO Before ETH? Im interested, why?
Paula Green (8 months ago)
70% in BTC and NEO? That's 140%
Steven Cameron (8 months ago)
Fantastic. More videos like this exactly. Please. Maybe even top ten reasons for what You're hodling
Maarten van den Adel (8 months ago)
Hi Louis, I thought that you had some OMG, maybe a very small part compared to the big 4? While I'm at it, great work on your video's. Really like that you are following your own style of selecting subjects you want to talk about and elaborate on. Greetings from The Netherlands
Matt B (8 months ago)
I agree with you!
Scott Buszard (8 months ago)
Louis, would you consider setting up a Telegram channel for subscribers to have discussions and share ideas? I think that you attract the 'sensible investor' types so it would be good to pool our minds and more importantly, make friends. How about it?
Abdullah Khan (8 months ago)
Yes, please!
Paula Green (8 months ago)
; -) no worries!
Scott Buszard (8 months ago)
BTW, I am anti P&D... I am all about the fundamentals. That's why I listen to Louis and other people who I trust. Thanks for calling me out and highlighting how this could be misinterpreted, I know this is a very dangerous space and we need to self-audit what we say and do. I'll be more careful next time, cheers.
Paula Green (8 months ago)
No problem, many first time investors and traders around the space. Let's keep stuff on public forums hay? Good thing about YouTube is people that don't want to register can read and watch everything that is posted here so it's very transparent. Maybe you should look at becoming an accredited investor or... pay for a newsletter from someone like Andy Hoffman https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiLyzn8tm9ckqbBn-mBV9NA
Joe Eoj (8 months ago)
one way to look at it is chosing the top five or ten. If you got the top five or ten last year at this time- where would you be now?
Shalom Dunn (8 months ago)
I would say on average I spend 17 hours per day researching cryptos to stay on top.
skatereliasvid (7 months ago)
DYOR!
Demetri Parker (7 months ago)
ADA, IOTA, ETN, MAID, GNT?? dont you think they have tons of potential?
Shalom Dunn (7 months ago)
VERI is the number 1 pick for 2018 and I am up 1500x this year.
Demetri Parker (7 months ago)
topopops thats exactly what you should do!!!
topopops (7 months ago)
Demetri Cockonut he said invest all into dogecoin

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