Many of the working class people that can benefit from owning Bitcoin are just reaching retirement age. Their nest egg is modest, but still meaningful; and could use a boost to protect against the coming disruption due to a reset of the financial system. These people can’t benefit much from small dollar cost averaging purchase and hold plans due to the fact that they have modest incomes and less time to gain a boost in their wealth (compared to younger people).
The growing popularity of self-directed Roth IRA account services that facilitate Bitcoin investing reveals that these people have decided that they must do some limited trading in Bitcoin to succeed. (I have compared many services in this regard so if you want some insight leave me a comment.)
The Roth umbrella allows trading without tax consequences. I know you don’t like signal services, but ironically your last two articles themselves are an attempt to provide market cycle signals to those contemplating Bitcoin purchase. There are a handful of signal services that provide enough useful info on YouTube for free to keep most people out of trouble. Benjamin Cowen readily comes to mind in this regard.
People who can’t dollar cost purchase with current income, MUST sell into bubbles or they will not have any liquidity with which to buy during a price retraction. The buying and selling is not all or nothing. A popular process is to split your holdings into 15 parts and distribute those 15 parts into 5 segments of 1 part, 2 parts, 3 parts, 4 parts, and 5 parts (1+2+3+4+5=15). When entering bubble territory one sells 1 part, or the 1st segment, then as the bubble expands one sells 2 parts, or the 2nd segment, etc. When the bubble pops and a pullback in the price occurs then one can buy back in because they have liquidity. The re-accumulation phase follows the same segmented process; buying back 1 part, then 2 parts, etc.
I personally trade this way between gold and Bitcoin because I like to avoid holding low yield dollars over any length of time. I think bitcoin and gold are not mutually exclusive and instead are converging, especially since allocated physical gold can now be "held" and traded on the blockchain. I like the Kinesis.money platform for trading between bitcoin and gold. As a gold stacker over the years, I love Kinesis. It came in super handy when my recent change of resident country meant the new country wanted to charge me a hefty customs duty on any physical gold I wanted to bring into the country.
The world is obviously heading towards some kind of monetary reset. In the meanwhile, us "little guys" at least have convenient means such as Kinesis Money ( https://kinesis.money/) where we can hold digitally liquid gold, silver, dollars, euros, bitcoin, and ethereum; and also easily trade between these without storage fees while we await the reset. US banking arrangement allows funding without paying high wiring fees. Transaction fees are extremely low and 80% of them are distributed back to us "little guys" as velocity yields. The digital metal is allocated to physical gold held in ABX vaults. Their crypto cold wallet is also well-priced.
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