It has been a tough day in the market for cryptocurrencies, almost without exception.
I write about trading and investing in cryptocurrencies a lot, because it has been (and continues to be) a hot market with a lot of movement and general volatility.
There’s a fascinating book out by Scott Adams, creator of the “Dilbert” cartoons which satirized corporate life so effectively.
Last September seems a lifetime ago in the cryptoverse. Remember when people were freaking out because Bitcoin had reached $4,000 per coin?
You’ve heard of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple – the three largest crypto-currencies which have a combined market capitalization of over $445 billion at today’s prices, larger than the GDP of Norway and almost as large as the GDP of Sweden! But have you heard of Dogecoin?
Japanese inflation, like inflation in many advanced countries, remains stuck at stubbornly low rates: 0.8%, in Japan’s case.
I’ve written recently about how Forex trading can be very challenging in the current low-volatility environment.
I usually take the view that as Bitcoin remains by far and away the number one cryptocurrency, so it should be the one for traders or investors to focus on.