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>TIME IN THE MARKET BEATS TIMING THE MARKET
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>>49919972
ofcourse this is true for real investments like stocks, etfs or chainlink and not your internet meme money
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>only invest what you can afford to lose
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>>49920013
incorrect
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>Financial independence
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>NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE
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>>49919972
>being in debt is... le bad!!!
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>>49919972
>Houses always go up
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Stop hating good financial advice.
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>>49919972
>post good financial advice with basedjacks
Seethe tard
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>>49920894
>Stop hating good financial advice.
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>>49920968
>>post good financial advice with basedjacks
>Seethe tard
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>>49919972
This is one of the hardest redpills to swallow
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>>49919972
I mean there's plenty of evidence to say this is true. You MIGHT get lucky and beat the market, but can you do that consistently for like 30 years?
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>>49921663
>You MIGHT get lucky and beat the market, but can you do that consistently for like 30 years?
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>>49921663
You're literally being trolled stop being a retard.
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i fucked you know this two good financial hot women advice though last night
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>>49920013
>>49920894
>>49920968
>>49921663
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>>49921663
time in the market is an inferior strategy, but for the average person who doesn't have time or energy or IQ then yeah just DCA over a long period. But there is risk in doing that, just be aware. Japan for instance. 1970s for instance. The market is not guaranteed to "always go up". This is a complete fallacy that people on the internet will always tell you. It's simply not true. Timing the market is possible and is a much better strategy. People do it for a living, so it can be done.
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>>49922135
i can also find a pirate treasure in the bottom of my local river. But is it likely that it will happen?
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>>49922135
Psychopaths and soon to be homeless people daytrade for a living.
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AKA: You're too stupid to time the market, so don't try it.
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>>49922135
This. Timing the market is obviously the superior strategy but also the most difficult one so retards who cant do it have to cope and dca in and baghold and wait years for the next cycle.

This includes me, but I am working on moving up. Market timers will inherit the world and I want to be part of that small and selective group and will never quit until I make it or die
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>>49922616
Where are the billionaires that consistently time the market correctly? Because I can show you a bunch of them that gained and accumulate their wealth with sensible, long-term investments.
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>>49922616
You will never time the market with success over large periods of time without insider info.
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>>49922676
all the greatest hedge fund managers started off as traders. Druckenmiller, soros, paul tudor jones, jim simons, covner, cohen, tepper, the list goes on. All worth many billions each. Now they have to pare back their risk because they manage outside money or have 1B+ AUM. Over a billion and it becomes harder to outperform. You actually don't have to time the markets for your entire career. Just a few well-timed big wins will pay for all the losses by 10x.
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>>49922523
i never suggested day trading
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JUST BUY AND HODL!!!
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Wtf is it with these threads, all those advices are solid
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>>49923061
Yeah. Because it’s gambling. They won once and as soon as they had the capital to play it save, they switched off the supposedly “superior” strategy, very curious.
What you don’t see is the people who didn’t make it. For every person who gambled and won, a hundred lost everything.
Nobody denies that timing the market has more potential returns - that’s typically the nature of more risky investments. Quite the opposite, usually.
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>>49922051
why are they incapable of reaching new highs?
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>>49923158
It is obviously in jest, retard. I just find the open mouth drawings funny.
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>>49920020
uh yea?
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>>49922676
billionaires often times have advanced knowledge of things that will affect the market. Its easy to time something when you are told something is going to happen before it does.
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>>49923183
You're right. The thing is, if you don't already have a lot of money, low risk investments won't be very profitable. That's why people gamble, investing is not an option for them.
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>>49922051
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>>49923183
if you lose everything then you're straight up a bad trader who doesn't know how to manage risk.
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>>49923683
>gamblers
>risk management
But it’s true, good traders don’t try to time the market. At least not with any amount remotely close to their total cash.
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>>49920226
this is true though
why would you want to be in debt if you can avoid it
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>Taimendamargedbeads Taimengamarged
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>>49920020
>low quality or fake soijack
>yes goy take a loan you'll never repay
glow harder nigger
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>>49919972
Hence I stake and forget
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>>49923856
>he doesn't know about debtmaxxing
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>>49921663
>I mean there's plenty of evidence to say this is true. You MIGHT get lucky and beat the market, but can you do that consistently for like 30 years?
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>>49920013
Low effort shill
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>>49923158
>Wtf is it with these threads, all those advices are solid
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>>49922676
Read some history going back to japanese rice traders to today. There are many traders who time market tops and bottoms. Im talking about longer time frame charts weeklies and understanding of market wise sentiment and conditions.
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>>49922051
Time in a market you expect to thrive of course, if you invest in Japan my condolences to your intelligence
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>>49923191
your mum is in jest ing deez nuts
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>>49920013
>chainlink
Just lose all your money and kys. Fucking retard.
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>PASS SUCCESS DOES NOT GUARANTEE FUTURE PERFORMANCE
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>>49923151
Holding isn't actually easy if you're not staking in a fixed pool. One of the reason I'm staking in axl fixed pool for Passive income and holding.
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>>49921610

preach
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>>49919972
>BITCOIN IS A STORE OF VALUE
>WHO CARES IF IT LOST 50% OF ITS VALUE, ITS UP SIX GORILLION PERCERTN
>BITCOIN DOESN'T NEED TO DO ANYTHING, MAX KAISER TOLD ME SO
>MASS ADOPTION IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER
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>>49926397
>>49923856
Money now is better than money later,
retard
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>>49922616
You the guy who lost 28k?

>>49922837
Yes and all the people who literally do that every day with posting their accounts, hundreds, even thousands on twitter, twitch, youtube, etc, also have insider info. Keep coping faggot.

>>49922676
Warren Buffet made his first million investing in penny stocks and day trading.
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>proof it
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>>49924280
is this a joke? I never forget any of my staking, I know TXA is yet to airdrop its reward for staking, I still have my ETH locked on Binance and alts on curve; in short I never lose sight of my assets at all
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>>49932418
>Warren Buffet made his first million investing in penny stocks and day trading.
this hits well, it doesn't really matter what the project is about or whether what it is, the important thing is the step taken to invest
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>>49922837
you can, but after taxes and wipeouts you may only outperform it by like 6%
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>>49922610
why would you time the market when you can concentrate and make the best out of your bags
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>>49919972
lol my facial hair looks exactly like that. I wonder if someone saw me and made a wojak of the visage.
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>the sqeeze is not yet sqowzen!
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>>49934020
the very good reasons why I would never blame myself for buying at random, MATIC, KAVA, TXA and RSR are projects I bought at random, MATIC already made me proud while hoping others come through someday
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>>49922051
You do know you could have gotten out with a profit if you just kept averaging in right? Like when you buy the market you are buying the market so you can't lose money unless you stop buying. This is not counting compounding interest from dividend reinvestment. Back to the bottom of the bucket with you crab.
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>>49921663
I believe both are different. But one need both to Excell through crypto. We need that one opportunity to Excell but we need to stay long enough to discover and utilize it once it comes.
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someone is mad they are holding empty bags
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>>49934762
>someone is mad they are holding empty bags
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>that's what a free market is for anon
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I mean it depends on the market right? I'd rather have been holding BTC since 2010 rather than stocks.
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>>49934566
>>49934566
Very correct indeed. A good example would be getting on an ICO or IDO or just any token launch and being so early on a that can be so much of the required opportunity to excel one at that particular time.
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>>49919972
sure does
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>>49934566
well there's still room to breakthrough with crypto, RSR could make me a good run, TXA is not one i expect so much from but if it does so be it or any of my bags
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>>49934938
Had of CLEG and EQ? Those are two yet to launch tokens I have been following up on. The former is DeFi with attractive margin tools of 20X leverage on DEX while the other a P2E token with multiple interactive game fuetures whose simplest is the 'mining' feature.
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>>49935283
yet to launch ? so they're not even listed?
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>>49935448
Lol. I know the first that's EQ had planned listing this month. I recently got in lucky on one of the several airdrop programs on their platform.
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Based daily s0i thread
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>>49935534
well, I also have a project with a very good hybrid dex that is yet to go live but has been listed and trading actively on kucoin
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>>49920226
There’s bad debt and good debt.
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>>49920013
>chainlink cope
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>Save for retirement? Why would I do that, I'm just going to kill myself instead!
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>>49934396
Dca is the ultimate strategy
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>>49932139
But innovation determines progress and that's what I look out for in platforms. Railgun for one is set to have a private Dex for traders who don't want their trades and transactions public.
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>>49935283
P2e games are gaining a lot of traction and the metaverse is not left out.
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>>49934111
I think the best action would be to get involved in a DAO and help projects develop.
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>>49923856
>infinite free money is bad
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>High risk, high reward!
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Literally just invest in projects that have actual technology and backing and just wait. This is the tried and tested way to make money here

Stop investing in shitcoins and start investing in projects like ETH with actual utility or BitDAO with actual backing from a $1.3 billion treasury
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>It's priced in!
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>>49923190
japan is just maxed out on growth. its a pretty small country and they have a population of 125m. in order for your country to have growth you need to increase your GPD relative to debt. japan already has super low debt and high gdp, and is an export driven economy (the country runs at a profit)

theres just no growth left there, especially since the birth rate is not increasing
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>>49939534
I would choose profits over tech anon. I need to smile to the bank first, tech is secondary. Launchpads are platforms for making a sht ton of money off a good product, Seedify and polkastarter did great, watching closely to see kolnet replicate the success
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>>49941266
Polkastarter did great to launch great projects after the DeFi summer. most of the recent launchpads care about the launch and leave the project to struggle afterwards
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>>49919972
Does it?
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>>49938140
I see more coming into the metaverse. No doubt, people will pay anything to have an actual experience with celebrities, especially in the sporting world
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>>49938272
Although, it is complicated but ideally, that's how based launchpads should do
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>>49934938
Getting early on Land sales is another form that is being actively explored. In some cases, to have access to metaverse such as in the case of sports icon, you need to be a land holder. That's another direction folks are zooming in on
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>>49923151
If you have already bought, I suggest you refrain from buying for now. Just hodl and stake for passive income where necessary. As for me, I have my RFOX on Rfox finance and my stables on SpoolFi.
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>>49942230
I have high hopes for RFOX. Its growing metaverse ecosystem and solutions range from NFTs, media, fashion, and online p2e games. It could yet be one of the biggest hidden gems in the metaverse.
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>>49941532
The introduction of IMO will be a game changer.
>>49941266
Proof of marketing will go a long way to ensure influencers are credible and transparent in their activities.
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>just DCA bro
>DCA's from 69k to 10k and bagholds for 5 years
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>>49919972
As famous investor Warren Buffet once said, “derp a derp, merp le derp”
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>>49920013

People are fighting but you’re 100% right. Until Crypto has more adoption and eventual regulation you are right
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>>49921663
>30 years
I just need to beat the market one time and I never have to play again.

The last time I timed the market I got over a 10x....now if only I went all in I wouldn't be here telling you this cause lol I don't need to argue with people like you who waste 3 decades browsing for investment advice and screaming "time in the market." REEEEEEE I wish I went all in, 2k into about 20k. Reeeeeeeeee what if I threw in the 40k!!!!!! AAAAAAAAAA I WAS SO CLOSE TOOOOOOO. JUST ONE MORE MULTIBAGGER LIKE THAT BUT WITH AN ALL IN AND I DONT HAVE TO DO THIS NONSENSE ANYMORE!!!
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>>49943226
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>>49922051
Yep only way to win is timing the market. That and if you actually want to escape the wagecage. Dca blows, Im not waiting for my 60s or 70s to finally be free! Just a few more well time buys but with all ins instead and Ill be free. Tell me, what anon here wouldn't be free of the wage cage if he went all in on 3 occassions and all attempts were 5x multibaggers?
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>>49940321
So it's just investors and speculators getting fucked, right?
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>>49943488
Retard.
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>>49923856
>>49937078
Ah geeze DUDE I got these PILLS man
I could do... I dunno... five dollas?
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>not your keys *dramatic pause* not your coins
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>>49923183
This. Even I can go full neet mode if I had a million dollars and perpetually generate more than I spend without much effort going into making said money. Problem is getting there in the first place. Getting $1m by wagecucking will take way too long so making calculated moves is about my only option.
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>>49920013
the longer you been accoomulating btc, the richer you are

simple as
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>>49919972
this is unironically true and its how I went x300 on my first Chainlink buy.
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>>49943522
You attempting to shame me out of trying to escape the wagecage wont work now get back to waging there's no reason for you to waste your life on here if you're playing the dca game, unless of course you're just some big corproate C suite trying to keep the wagies in the cage.
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>>49921869
Yes
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>It's called stoploss, you just cut your losses like this (snaps your dick)
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>>49920013
take a break off the cope juice schizo
>>49919972
very true
never selling my API3 bag
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>>49943118
5 years? Try forever
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>jak thread devolves into serious discussion



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