Good morning, Trader!
Bubbles burst. I know it, you need to know it. And I am here to keep you away from their pains to your portfolio and at the same time give you real deals that surge your capital with my Surge Stocks.
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Now, let me tell you about how bubbles happen and how to stay away from them to invest better.
Bubbles, Bubbles Toil & Troubles
Market bubbles have been happening for hundreds of years.
The first notable example took place in the Dutch Republic during the 17th century.
At the peak in 1637, single tulip bulbs were selling for 10 times the annual income of a skilled artisan.
It sounds crazy today.
Bubbles always seem ludicrous in hindsight.
But in the heat of the action, even the smartest people succumb to the fear of missing out.
Not long after in 1720, South Sea Company was the hottest stock in England.
After seeing his friends get rich on its meteoric rise, Sir Isaac Newton bought in big.
He lost more than £20,000 ($4 million in today’s dollars) on the investment.
When asked about it later, Sir Isaac Newton stated that he “could calculate the motions of the heavenly stars, but not the madness of people.”
For the rest of his life, Newton forbade anyone to speak the words ‘South Sea’ in his presence.
Today’s rise in cryptocurrency prices has a lot of similarities to bubbles of the past.
In fact, if history is any indication, we could be on the verge of a serious crash.
You see, every bubble has 5 distinct stages. And recognizing those stages early is the key to getting out in time.
Stage 1: Displacement
Displacement refers to a disruption of the status quo, usually in the form of an innovative new technology.
Bitcoin and its crypto cousins definitely fit the bill.
Stage 2: Boom
Prices rise slowly at first but soon gain momentum as more and more buyers enter the market.
This attracts widespread media coverage, often accompanied by a lot of “if you had invested $1,000 in a few years ago it would be worth…” statements.
FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) takes over as speculators fear missing out on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Bitcoin went through two boom phases – one in 2016-2017 and another from 2020-2021.
And Bitcoin mania is not done as prices are up 504% over the last twelve months. But it will be and it won’t be pretty.
Stage 3: Euphoria
Caution is now thrown to the wind.
There is no price too high, and all rational arguments are disregarded.
Stage 4: Profit-Taking
In this stage, the “smart money” begins to sell and collect profits on their speculative trades.
They see the warning signs of a pending bubble and wisely exit before the bubble bursts.
In my opinion, this is where we are in the cryptocurrency bubble.
Stage 5: Panic
In the final stage, the once shiny asset begins to lose its luster.
Suddenly, the upside is no longer guaranteed.
Even a minor setback can be the needle that pops the bubble.
It could be a new regulation, selling by a major holder, or some other flaw that reveals a chink in its armor. Or it could be an off-hand diatribe from someone – such as Elon Musk yesterday. His short comment about electricity consumption of the whole Bitcoin universe sent the coin plunging by 15.98% in minutes – wiping out billions of dollars from Bitcoin’s most faithful wallets
Just as Musk proved – prices reverse course and generally fall as rapidly as they climbed.
It is impossible to say definitively that crypto is in a bubble.
What I can say is that it looks like every other bubble we have seen for the last 500 years.
One of the most blatant examples is Dogecoin.
It started as a joke.
Today, the coin is worth more than Ford Motors.
In my opinion, this won’t end well for investors.
They would be better off investing in stocks.
Stocks that represent real companies… with real revenues… and real assets.
The same life-changing gains can be attained in the stock market.
You don’t have to gamble your savings on a piece of computer code whose value is dictated solely by euphoric speculation.
Surging Stocks Surpass Coin Manias
Too many folks have been conned into the belief that cybercurrencies are the only way to truly get rich. But as I’ve just noted, that’s a true fool’s errand. Instead, I’ve found plenty of stocks that have real assets and real revenues that have driven investor’s investments to surge much, much higher.
Take these as examples…
Monster Beverage (MNST) is up 423,326% since going public – enough to turn $10k into $42,342,626.
Equally massive gains were achieved with Amazon (+231,061%), Best Buy (+66,067%), Cerner Group (+95,397%), and Pool Corp (+61,563%) stock.
The trick is to invest in the early phase of a new company or technology.
To buy in the displacement stage – before everyone is talking about it.
Those who recognized the potential for cryptocurrencies five years ago have been handsomely rewarded.
You can achieve the same success.
But Bitcoin is not the way to do it.
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