Make more money from investments by automating your trades

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Market Orders

The default setting for most trading apps is to use “market” or “instant” orders. These have the advantage of being super simple and easy to understand.


Some of these hidden gems are not obvious!

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1. Quick Draft


Crypto can be overwhelming, here’s how to navigate the market

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Available Cryptocurrencies

When you first open your trading app, you’ll be presented with a list something like this:


The most successful option is not what you’d expect

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What exactly is “life-changing wealth”?

The phrase “life-changing wealth” is often used in discussions about investment and financial independence, but what does it really mean?


This is what you would need to become a crypto millionaire

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Building a Portfolio


An introduction to the essentials of technical analysis

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What is technical analysis?

Technical analysis is a form of asset analysis based on historical price data.


Don’t just write posts, build networks of content

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Convert Medium Stories to Courses

The online learning market has surpassed a global value of $200 billion and looks set to exceed $375 billion by 2026. Suffice to say, there is a lot of money to be made from developing online courses, and this market is growing rapidly.


Dollar-cost averaging can be a good strategy, but be careful

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Dollar-Cost Averaging

Dollar-Cost Averaging, or DCA, simply means making periodic investments over time. This is distinct from taking a lump sum and investing it in one go. The idea is that the effects of price volatility are reduced because the purchase price “averages out” over time.


Three options for encrypting files on a Mac

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Full Filesystem Encryption

macOS offers excellent full filesystem encryption, but this is disabled by default. If you’re confident that no one will ever gain access to your physical hard drive, then you probably don’t need encryption. However, if you use a laptop, it’s definitely worth using.

Jamie Bullock

Finance • Tech • Crypto

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