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    Is it too late to buy Dogecoin? The most famous meme crypto has an iconic and heartbreaking price record that’s made some millionaires, but at the same time lost money for others. Although in early 2021 Doge had managed successfully to increase its market capitalization by more than 30%, currently they’re down around 60%. So ...
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    Cryptocurrencies are all about making money. And when you hear people talking about 100x, they’re referring to the potential to make a lot of money in a short period of time. So what exactly does 100x mean? In simple terms, it means that if you invest in a cryptocurrency now and it goes up by ...
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    What if I told you that financial abundance was your birthright? That you could have all the money you ever wanted or needed, without having to struggle or sacrifice? Would you believe me? If you’re like most people, your answer is probably “no.” After all, society tells us that money is hard to come by, ...
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    Some investors believe that regardless of the current market conditions, it is always a good time to buy stocks when they are down, or “on the dip.” By buying when prices are low, these investors hope to maximize their gains when prices rebound. Of course, timing the market perfectly is difficult, if not impossible, so ...
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    According to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, a day trader is “an individual who engages in a pattern of day-trading activity.” Day trading involves buying and selling a security within the same day. It may also involve taking multiple positions throughout the day. There are several reasons why people choose to day trade. Some ...
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    Panic selling is also known as forced selling, panic buying, or panic trading. It occurs when investors sell their assets (stocks, bonds, etc.) in a panic, usually due to fear of loss. This can cause prices to drop sharply and may lead to a financial crisis. Example of Panic Selling The panic selling of 2008 ...
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