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Early Investing’s mission is to help readers find the most promising investment opportunities outside the stock market. Our research is focused on two areas in particular: private startups and cryptocurrencies. We provide both educational material and ... more

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The Convergence Of Stocks And Cryptocurrency
In five or ten years, there might not be any difference between trading stocks and trading crypto. The two asset classes are converging in ways we couldn’t have imagined just a few years ago.
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Naughty And Nice Lists For 2020
Ethereum is having a better year than bitcoin. If you didn’t notice, that’s ok. Bitcoin gets all the publicity and attention.
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Be Ready For Direct Listings
Direct listings are fairly rare. But the most prominent direct listings in the past few years are doing extremely well.
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Diversify Your Crypto Portfolio
With all the attention bitcoin has been receiving, it’s been easy to miss just how well the rest of the crypto markets have been performing.
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The Number One Rule Of Investing
There is no risk-free investment with high returns. Think about it. If there was a safe investment with high returns, everyone would want to buy it. When demand goes up, the price goes up. When the price goes up, the return goes down.
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Negative Interest Rates In America?
The Congressional Budget Office just predicted that the U.S. federal budget deficit will hit $3.7 trillion for fiscal year 2020. One of the most worrying consequences is the increasing likelihood of negative interest rates.
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