Whether you’re a long-term investor or a day trader, it’s never been easier to make money in stocks and crypto.
Apps like Robinhood, FreeTrade, Coinbase, and Binance mean you can trade at any time just by launching a mobile app.
However, this ease-of-use comes at a cost. In this post, I will explain how you can maximize your gains by understanding different approaches to trades.
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.
An app might give you a current price, say…
We often get excited about apps because they have a fantastic design or great features. However, these sometimes aren’t the apps that get used the most.
In this post, I’m going to give an honest insight into the apps I genuinely use on a daily basis.
So you’ve downloaded the Coinbase app, filled out your KYC info, transferred some money from your bank account, and… now you’re ready to make your first cryptocurrency purchase.
The next question is, what should you buy…? In this post, I’ll show how to construct a winning portfolio.
When you first open your trading app, you’ll be presented with a list something like this:
How do you create life-changing wealth? In this post, we’ll examine what life-changing wealth really means. I’ll then show four different options for achieving it.
The phrase “life-changing wealth” is often used in discussions about investment and financial independence, but what does it really mean?
Looking at Quora and Reddit, it’s clear that the amount of money needed to change someone’s life is different for everyone. For one person, $1000 per month would be life-changing. However, if you are already very rich, no amount of additional money will change your life.
To me, life-changing money is simply wealth or income…
Despite these eye-watering gains, many believe we are still in the early stages of the crypto revolution. This is due to the future potential for large-scale institutional adoption.
Based on this, I’m going to show you how to potentially become a crypto millionaire, starting from now.
Technical analysis is a widely-used method for studying the price of stocks and crypto. Understanding it can help you spot patterns in the market and make better investment decisions.
But, what exactly is technical analysis and how can it be used? In this post, I’ll explain the essentials…
Technical analysis is a form of asset analysis based on historical price data.
This means that it ignores “fundamentals” such as company earnings, the industry sector, or crypto tokenomics.
TA is only concerned with price and trading volume. …
Coach Tony recently pointed out that writers can get paid twice for their writing.
In the spirit of building on Tony’s post, I’m now going to dive deeper into how to get paid twice as a writer.
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.
Therefore, one option to make money twice from your writing is to convert a Medium story (or series of stories)…
A common phrase to hear in the online investing community is that someone “averaged down” on a position.
In this post, we look at what dollar-cost averaging means, and how to pick the right investment strategy.
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.
Security often isn’t the first thing on people’s minds when they use a computer. However, if your system isn’t secure, then there may be a point where you can’t use it at all.
In this post, I run through three options for encrypting files on macOS.
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.
To encrypt your whole hard drive, go into System Preferences →…