Make Money With Fiverr – 3 Tips

In today’s “gig economy,” Fiverr has quickly risen to become one of the most prominent opportunities for young people.

Its ease of use, massive audience, and large pool of highly talented providers have made it a solution for entrepreneurs of all abilities, allowing people to make everything from a decent living to a huge full-time income from it.

To that end, if you’ve heard of Fiverr or are looking for ways it can potentially help you make the most of your time and skills, it’s certainly an opportunity worth looking into. This tutorial will explain what Fiverr actually is, how it works, and what it means for job providers around the world.

Founded in 2012, Fiverr has grown to over 3 million listings and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. The company’s name comes from the starting price of each of its listings ($5) – although a common misconception is that this is the “only” price you can list your services at. The reality is that you can list services at prices up to $1500+. The price of $5 is only a nominal initiation fee.

The way the system gives ‘vendors’ the ability to list their services as ‘gigs’. In these gigs, vendors promise to perform tasks ranging from the likes of digital marketing to creative writing for a nominal fee.

The client will pay the supplier, with the money held by Fiverr until the job is completed. The supplier then has a set period of time to provide the customer with their work. The customer can then request revisions or simply give a “star” rating for the service they received.

The most important thing to remember about the Fiverr business model is that it is short and sharp. People go there for “regular” work and usually won’t pay for anything too ambitious. Although it started as an easy way to make some quick money as a struggling student, it quickly grew into the huge platform we see today.

Some of the most popular services that are purchased from Fiverr are copywriting and creative/article writing. People want English language writers to make “perfect” copy for their product listings, websites, and general business portfolios. Providing these services on the platform gives you a direct way to earn an extra few hundred dollars with relatively little cost.

If you are interested in how it works, there are 3 tips you can use to advance on the platform.

  1. Be personal

    The most important thing (for long-term growth) is to be personal. Using your face, credentials and a real portfolio is one of the most important ways to get ahead on the site. While you can make progress by being anonymous — or hiding behind a company name — it’s a far better bet to make sure you’re investing in yourself. Some of the most productive sellers on the site are people who simply put up their credentials and offered a service.

  2. Sell ​​what you know

    Instead of trying to copy what other people are doing, sell what *you* know. It will take a few tries to get a gig that people will actively seek (for example, my friend was a financier and I created a gig for him on Fiverr to sell articles about “cryptocurrency” – orders started coming in pretty quickly). The most important thing to say with this is that if you’re trying to “fit in,” you’ll end up pursuing work that isn’t really your forte. Instead, you really need to put your best foot forward in a creative way (so people look for you).

  3. Always experiment / test

    Finally, you should keep trying new gigs, new ways to promote your work, and new ways to portray what you’ve done before. There’s no point in stalling because you end up just wasting time and getting nowhere.

The most important thing to remember is that you can either sell what everyone is buying (which usually leads to short-term success). If you have an actual skill, you can use the Fiverr opportunity to provide yourself with the ability to improve your main brand.

How to tell if someone is an entrepreneur

One thing defines an entrepreneur – building action.

They’re usually the marketers – doing *anything* to get people to buy their stuff. We all have the image in our heads; the “wheeler dealer”, taking every opportunity to try to exploit (and other people) for profit.

Indeed, the term “entrepreneur” seems to have spread in the current lexicon, from “something you’ve done” (usually to improve people’s lives) to a mix of “crazy money swindler” and “someone who doesn’t ‘follow the rules'” “.

The reality is that the modern meaning cannot be further on from the truth.

Entrepreneurship is not profession or job. It’s not a label you put on yourself to make yourself more likable to a certain party or clientele… it’s way of doing things.

Many “entrepreneurial” types actually have jobs. They will never admit to being “entrepreneurs” even though they exhibit all the traits of one. The question is what are these traits and whether you – or someone you know – has them.

What is an “entrepreneur”?

Entrepreneur is a word derived from French – loosely describing a “problem solver”.

Although its connotation has changed over the years, the premise remains – an “entrepreneur” is someone who creates a “gadget” and has the ability to encourage other people to buy it.

What this “widget” is can be a commercial product, service or an idea.

It’s actually interesting…some of the greatest “entrepreneurs” in history actually had Nothing to do with money. They were completely focused on developing a specific “outcome” and committed themselves wholeheartedly to its realization.

Whether that means conquering the Persian Empire (Alexander), developing the light bulb (Edison) or creating robust computer systems (Gary Kildall), conquering the Aztec Empire (Cortés), the term “entrepreneur” really denotes someone who wants construction something.

The BIG difference between the “original” entrepreneurs and the new age groups of idiots (who usually admire the hedonistic lifestyle + seem to have a fascination with “crypto”) is that the former were usually dedicated to one profession and managed to “leverage” that through the development of increasingly ambitious “projects”.

These projects can be anything… but they everything it had an underlying “reason” for it to exist. This reason was what drove the creator to pursue the endeavor and continue even when it was questionable whether it was even “possible” or not. Obviously the reason we remember them is that they not only discovered it was “possible” but completely doable…hence their success.

How to tell if someone is the one

The typical sign is that they will strange things…

  • interest in esoteric ideas

  • pursuit of interests not directly related to the accumulation of wealth

  • strong displays of passion for certain topics

  • immersive nature with different ideas (trying to recreate historical events, etc.)

The point is, REAL entrepreneurs are usually not concerned about money at all.

Their main concern is the creation of “something”. What that thing is is determined by either their character or their interests…but c everyone for example, for someone who has achieved great success, they have been completely and utterly focused on doing “their” thing, no matter what.

This is actually important.

It seems like in today’s world every 18 year old man wants to be an “entrepreneur” – as if it’s a badge of honor or something. If you don’t “grow” you “die”…right?

The truth is, our society has become so focused on convenience that the majority of these money-grabbing idiots have absolutely no business, even if they consider themselves “entrepreneurs”.

They have no experience, no skills and are only latching on to the latest “fad” to escape the mediocrity that has permeated Western consumer culture.

Entrepreneurship usually follows YEARS of interest in a particular subject. It usually follows a HUGE investment of time and energy in cultivating a skill set, experience and “plugging in” in a particular space.

The most important thing – entrepreneurship is doing something “your way”.

Stay away from modern idiots

The BIGGEST problem I keep seeing from the bunch of morons is that they are ALL following a “book” or some other “rulebook” on “how” to be an entrepreneur.

i see it everything the weather… boys who read everything the biographies, the neurological studies, the latest books of the big rich fat cat – all try to discover the “secret” of enormous success.

The ironic thing is that all this stuff only works on the “outside” side of the problem – the same people who read all the “stuff” end up with the SAME questions… “what am I selling?” – “how do I know if I’ll make money from product?” – “what is it a secret become rich?”.

  • If you have to ask “what am I selling”, you are not an entrepreneur.

  • If you have to listen to what a “successful” person has to say about a topic, you are not an entrepreneur.

  • If you have to consider all the “rules” suggested by others, you are not an entrepreneur.

The point is, the modern world is full of wannabe losers. Even the “successful” ones aren’t really successful – they might have made a bunch of money, but what did they actually do I achieve? The answer is relatively little (or even nothing).

The truth is, if you want to “be” an entrepreneur, you have to put in the work.

EVERYONE has their job. Some are models. Some are football players. Some are computer programmers. Some are artists.

The “trick” is to do ANYTHING to get ahead in the industry; clean floors as needed.

Once you start making some progress, the “entrepreneurial” stuff comes leverage any progress made in it – either to create and market a product or to help the market better appreciate the potential of another device/product.

Traits of “real” entrepreneurs

  • Quiet (or at least reserved)

  • Fully capable of a hug failure (in fact, using it as an incentive to change/adapt)

  • Working always on various elements within their “industry” (again, each has a place)

  • No fear of social constructs (just because someone said it wasn’t true)

  • Laser focus on what “they” I want to make (want to bring sustainable agriculture to Africa? That’s what a “real” entrepreneur will actually do)

  • No fear yes give freely (most “entrepreneur” types aren’t attached to money at all… usually don’t have much until they achieve commercial success)

If you haven’t guessed it, the core is the goal.

The modern world places very little emphasis on purpose; rather it focuses on productivity.

There’s nothing wrong with that, but it robs most people of their passion. That’s good for GDP and McDonald’s – but bad for the creativity hidden in large numbers of people.

If you want to adopt ‘entrepreneurial’ traits, the key is to tune in to a specific ‘purpose’ – through which you can invest your whole life.

If you just look at a Ferrari and think “you want to get rich” – entrepreneurship won’t do it. It is a lot a difficult path, with only the most persistent and hardy surviving.

You have to put in the work and only then will you discover hidden opportunities where you can apply your expertise, experience or network to build something of real value to the world. This real value is then absorbed by the market, which will either pay handsomely for it – or reject it. To a large extent, this determines whether someone can be considered an “entrepreneur” or not.

What is bitcoin, how is it different from "real" Money and how to get it?

Bitcoin is a virtual currency. They do not exist in the kind of physical form that the currency and coin that we are used to exist in. They don’t even exist in a form as physical as Monopoly money. These are electrons – not molecules.

But think about how much money you personally handle. You get a paycheck that you take to the bank – or it’s automatically deposited without you even seeing the paper it’s not printed on. You then use a debit card (or checkbook if you’re old school) to access those funds. At best, you see 10% of it in cash form in your pocket or wallet. So it turns out that 90% of the funds you manage are virtual – electrons in a spreadsheet or database.

But wait – those are US funds (or whatever country you’re from), safe in the bank and guaranteed by the full faith of the FDIC up to about $250K per account, right? Well, not exactly. Your financial institution may only be required to hold 10% of its deposits on deposit. In some cases it is less. It lends your remaining money to other people for up to 30 years. It charges them for the loan and charges you for the privilege of letting them borrow it.

How is money created?

Your bank can create money by lending it out.

Let’s say you deposit $1,000 in your bank. Then they loan out $900 of it. Suddenly you have $1,000 and someone else has $900. Magically, there’s $1,900 floating around where there used to be just a thousand.

Now say your bank instead lends 900 of your dollars to another bank. That bank in turn lends $810 to another bank, which then lends $720 to a customer. Poof! $3,430 in an instant – almost $2,500 created out of thin air – as long as the bank follows your government’s central bank rules.

Creating Bitcoin is as different from creating bank funds as money is different from electrons. It is not controlled by the central bank of the government, but rather by the consensus of its users and nodes. It was not created by a limited mint in a building, but rather by distributed open source software and computers. And it takes some form of actual work to create. More on that in a moment.

Who Invented Bitcoin?

The first Bitcoins were in a block of 50 (the “Genesis Block”) created by Satoshi Nakomoto in January 2009. At first, it didn’t really have any value. It was just a cryptographer’s toy based on an article published two months earlier by Nakomoto. Nakotmo is obviously a made-up name – no one seems to know who he or she or they is.

Who keeps track of all this?

Once the Genesis Block was created, BitCoins have since been generated by doing the job of keeping track of all transactions for all BitCoins as a kind of public ledger. The nodes / computers performing the calculations in the ledger are rewarded for doing so. For each set of successful calculations, a node is rewarded with a certain amount of Bitcoins (“BTC”), which are then generated anew in the Bitcoin ecosystem. Hence the term “BitCoin Miner” – because the process creates new BTC. As the supply of BTC increases and the number of transactions increases, the work required to update the public ledger becomes harder and more complex. As a result, the number of new BTC in the system is designed to be around 50 BTC (one block) every 10 minutes globally.

Although the computing power to mine BitCoin (and to update the public ledger) is currently growing exponentially, the complexity of the mathematical problem (which by the way also requires a certain amount of guesswork) or “proof” needed to mine BitCoin and to settle is also growing of the transaction books at any given time. So the system still only generates one block of 50 BTC every 10 minutes or 2106 blocks every 2 weeks.

So, in a sense, everyone keeps track of it – that is, all the nodes in the network keep track of the history of every single bitcoin.

How much is it and where is it?

There is a maximum number of Bitcoins that can ever be generated, and that number is 21 million. According to Khan Academy, the number is expected to peak around the year 2140.

As of this morning, there were 12.1 million BTC in circulation

Your own BitCoins are stored in a file (your BitCoin wallet) in your own storage – your computer. The file itself is proof of the number of BTC you have and can move with you on a mobile device.

If that cryptographic key file in your wallet gets lost, so does your supply of Bitcoin funds. And you can’t take it back.

How much does it cost?

The value varies depending on how much people think it’s worth – just like “real money” exchanges. But since there is no central authority trying to keep the value around a certain level, it can fluctuate more dynamically. The first BTCs weren’t really worth anything at the time, but those BTCs still exist. As of 11 AM on December 11, 2013, the public value was $906.00 per Bitcoin. When I finished writing this sentence, it was $900.00. Around the beginning of 2013, the value was around US$20.00. On November 27, 2013, it was valued at more than $1,000.00 US per BTC. So it’s kind of volatile right now, but it’s expected to settle down.

The total value of all bitcoins – as of the period at the end of this sentence – is about 11 billion US dollars.

How can I get some?

First, you need to have a bitcoin wallet. This article has links to get one.

Then one way is to buy from another private party, like these guys at Bloomberg TV. One way is to buy some on an exchange, like Mount Gox.

Finally, one way is to dedicate a lot of computing power and electricity to the process and become a Bitcoin miner. This is well beyond the scope of this article. But if you have a few thousand extra bucks laying around, you can get some pretty big gear.

How can I spend it?

There are hundreds of merchants of all sizes that accept BitCoin as payment, from coffee shops to car dealerships. There is even a Bitcoin ATM in Vancouver BC to convert your BTC to cash in Vancouver BC.

And so?

Money has a long history – millennia long. Somewhat recent legend tells us that Manhattan Island was bought for wampum – clams and the like. In the early years of the United States, various banks printed their own currency. On a recent visit to Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, I spent currency that was only good on the lovely island. The common theme among them was an agreement of trust between users that this particular currency has value. Sometimes this value was directly linked to something solid and physical, such as gold. In 1900, the US pegged its currency directly to gold (the “Gold Standard”), and in 1971 ended this link.

Currency is now traded like any other commodity, although the value of a country’s currency can be bolstered or depreciated by actions of its central bank. BitCoin is an alternative currency that is also traded and its value, like that of other commodities, is determined by trading, but is not held back or reduced by the actions of any bank, but rather directly by the actions of its users . However, its supply is limited and known, as is (unlike physical currency) the history of each bitcoin. Its perceived value, like any other currency, is based on its utility and trust.

As a form of currency, BitCoin is not exactly a new thing in Creation, but it is certainly a new way to create money.

Smart Bitcoin Strategies to Accumulate Gold Bullion

I heard about Bitcoin a few years ago in 2013 and never expected it to grow into the strong cryptocurrency it is today. As of this writing, it is trading in the market at a value higher than gold. This has opened a window to many opportunities for me as I am now in the market to accumulate this digital currency and gold bars daily.

With my experience, I gained knowledge and developed methods to use this cryptocurrency and build a wheel of wealth to continuously acquire gold using its power.

The following points are methods I use to accumulate bitcoins and gold bars.

  • Find a company that sells gold bars

  • Open an online bitcoin wallet

  • Start mining bitcoins online or offline

  • Buy gold bars with bitcoin

The above are the basic steps to carry out the process and it requires specific methods to be successful. In my opinion, this is the best bitcoin strategy to accumulate gold and have it delivered to your doorstep every month.

Find a company that sells gold bars

There are many online companies that sell gold bars on the internet, but very few that offer incentive programs after you become their customer. You should look for a company that offers much more than selling gold bars. This company should offer quality products like selling gold bars in small sizes of 1 gram, 2.5 grams and 5 grams. The gold itself should be 24 karat gold, which is the highest quality you get. Incentive programs should allow you to earn commissions after you refer people to the company.

Open an online bitcoin wallet

You’ll need a place to store your bitcoins once you’re ready to get started in the cryptocurrency market. There are many online bitcoin wallets available to the public for free. Look for a company that offers a Bitcoin storage wallet and an offline vault for protection. There are many hackers who try to break into the wallets of online users and steal all their bitcoins. If you store your bitcoins offline, you will never fall prey to online hackers.

Start mining bitcoins online or offline

There are two main ways to get Bitcoin. Mine bitcoin online or offline. Mining bitcoins online is very easy and much simpler than offline methods. I personally use both methods to test the profitability of each. Joining an online bitcoin mining farm would be a great way to get started.

You have to be very careful with this option as well because there are thousands of scammers who claim to have a bitcoin farm but actually don’t. These guys are creating Ponzi schemes and will only steal from you as much as possible. There are also trusted and real companies that have bitcoin farms running every day that I personally use.

You can also mine bitcoin offline by purchasing a bitcoin miner, which is computer hardware that you set up at home. This hardware then connects to the internet and will start mining bitcoin. This bitcoin will then automatically be sent to your online bitcoin wallet.

Buy gold bars with bitcoin

Now that you are getting bitcoins every day, there are very specific ways you need to follow to buy gold bars from the company of your choice. You need to link your Bitcoin wallet with a Visa card. This card should also be offered to you by your chosen Bitcoin wallet company. Use this card to buy gold bars anytime you have enough bitcoins in your online wallet.

The above are very basic steps I use to make this process successful and I have never looked back since I started doing it.

If I Were 22 Again… A father explains to his son how to invest in real estate

My twenty-two year old son asked me a question last night. He said, “Dad, if you were just starting out like me and wanted to get into real estate, what would you do?”

What a great question and I really had to think about it before I answered it. What I told him is not original to me. These ideas have been expressed much better by other authors before, but since the essence of creativity is selective borrowing, here is the advice I gave him.

I said the first thing I would do was become an expert in my target market.

– How long will it take? he asked.

Ah, youth – always so fleeting.

“Depends on how much time each week you can spare for it,” I replied, giving him another of the vague answers he was so used to.

Predictably, he groaned.

I went on to explain to him that if he really committed to following my advice, and if he committed to a minimum of 15 hours each week, he should become both competent and confident in about 3 months, which doesn’t seem like that long. The key is to look at tons of houses and ask tons of questions to the right people.

I told him that if I was just starting out, I would also find the right broker to work with. The right realtor will be able to connect you with many opportunities that you cannot find on your own and provide you with a list of foreclosed and vacant properties to view daily.”

“What would you do next?” he asked.

I said I would work on building a buyer list at the same time I studied my market.

“How would you do that?”

“I would find and join my local REIA (Real Estate Investors Association) group and attend every meeting. If my area didn’t have a REIA group, I would create one. This is the place to start finding, meeting and networking with real estate investors in your area. I would also read the newspaper ads for “Buy Houses” or “Buy Property” ads. These people are active buyers and should be added to your buyer list. Your goal is to have as long a list of buyers as possible, at least 50-100 names depending on the size of your area.”

“Why?” he asked me

“I’ll explain that in a minute.” said

He rolled his eyes. Talking to your son is like chatting with a nuclear physicist – every time you try to impress them with your knowledge, they make you feel like they can’t believe how long it took you to reach your childish conclusions.

I continued, determined to give my son the advice he was looking for.

“Then,” I said, “armed with a thorough knowledge of my market area and my list of active buyers, I would start making low offers on every foreclosed and vacant property I looked at.”

“Everyone?” I could see the doubt in his eyes.

“Well, close to any. Any house that your confidence level allows you to make an offer on.” I could see the next question.

“What do you mean?” he asked. So predictable.

“What I mean,” I continued, “is that the market knowledge you gather during your market research will give you a certain level of confidence. The more knowledge you have, the more your confidence will increase. When you first start making offers there will be many properties out there that will seem beyond your skill level, and if they seem that way, they probably are. You just won’t have enough confidence to make offers on these properties.

“However, as your knowledge grows over time, so will your confidence. Then those properties that scared you in the beginning will become less scary. Instead of seeing danger, you will see opportunity. Don’t worry about it because it’s a natural progression. As you take the time to learn the craft, the knowledge will come, as will the confidence. One follows the other, as summer follows spring.”

My son then asked, “But how do you determine how much to offer?”

I proceeded to explain to him my method of determining the exact amount to offer. Check out my article titled “Real Estate Investing – Is There One Magic Rule?”

“Got it,” my son said, nodding his head knowingly. “What next?”

“Okay,” I said. “What happens next is that most of your offers are rejected outright, a few may be rejected, and one in twenty to fifty will be accepted.”

“Is that all?” he asked puzzled.

“That’s all, but that’s okay,” I said. You can’t handle a whole bunch at once at the very beginning anyway. One or two are enough to get you started. What you do after that is very important.”

“What is this?” asked my son.

“Start advertising your fool from the head.” I replied. “You know that list of buyers you made? You call each one of them and tell them about the great deal you have and see who is interested. You put ads in the paper, signs on the property, and signs anywhere in the neighborhood that you can get away with. Create a flyer to hand out at your REIA meeting. Sell, sell, sell is the name of the game. Whatever it takes, find a buyer for this property BEFORE you close and take possession.”

“And what about the title work and all the legal stuff you have to do when you buy a house?” he asked. He’s smarter than I think he is.

“It’s just mechanics and I can teach you the mechanics as you go through each trade. What we’re talking about here is strategy. If you download this strategy, you can learn the mechanics.

“Okay,” he said, “how do I make money?” A very insightful question.

“Simple – the same way you make money from every product you sell. You are selling it for more than you paid for it. For example, let’s say you’re getting a house under contract for $40,000 that you’ve determined in advance to have an after-repair value (ARV) of $97,000 and needs about $12,000 in repairs. If it were me, I’d try to find a buyer in the $48,000 to $53,000 range. That way, your buyer will still have room to make their repairs and make a clean profit, and you’ll walk away with somewhere around $5,000 to $8,000 after taxes and fees.”

“Fees and taxes?” asked my son. A rude awakening.

“Yes, paid to your attorney, the broker, the title company and the government. Of course, you could do a simultaneous closing, and there are other ways to eliminate some or all of these fees, such as making your offers in the LLC’s name and then selling the LLC instead of the property, but again, we’re talking about mechanics, and that’s a topic for another discussion.” (And another article)

“How much would it be reasonable to earn doing this full time?” he asked. Shining light.

“There’s no reason a full-time wholesaler (wholesale is really what we’re talking about here) can’t make $5,000 to $10,000 a month or more. Not at first, of course, but after a few months or a year of consistent effort, the sky’s the limit.”

“Wow,” my son said, “I’ve never thought about it like that before. I’ve never had such a clear understanding of what wholesaling is. I think I can do this.”

I think he could too. For that matter, you can too. What is actually stopping you?

Now make more offers!

Online Forex Trading Software – Your Shortcut to Forex Wealth

If you’ve been working for years and still haven’t saved enough money to buy the house you’ve been dreaming of for you and your family, I think now is the time to try other ways to earn. People have been raving about it long enough for you to hear about it. The way people get rich so quickly and easily is by using online forex trading software when trading foreign currency.

Some think that they could make their way in the forex market with just their confidence and ability to tell the good trades from the bad ones, but they are completely wrong. In the forex market, without the right trading tools, you will never be able to overcome the trading giants who, over the long years they have been in the market, have developed their own trading systems that are guaranteed to win trades every single time.

You don’t have to fear because there are different brands of online forex trading software that you can buy to help you. All these software brands claim to have the capacity to make anyone rich in the forex market, but only a few of them actually do. Probably the two most effective trading signal sending systems are Forex Tracer and Forex Brotherhood.

You could never go wrong with this online forex trading software. Follow the instructions of the automated forex software. Stick to the rules you’ve set for yourself and in no time the house you’ve been dreaming of will be just inches away.

Tips to Avoid Common Mistakes New Bitcoin Traders Make

Investors from all over the world are trying to profit from the volatile Forex market by trading the cryptocurrency Bitcoin. Well, it is quite easy to get started with online trading, but it is important to know that there are risks that you cannot ignore.

As with any speculative or stock market, Bitcoin trading is also a dangerous endeavor that can cost you a lot of money, especially if you don’t do it right. That is why it is important to know about the risks involved before you decide to start with it.

If you are a beginner interested in Bitcoin trading, then you will need to understand the basics of trading and investing first.

Avoid common mistakes that new traders tend to make

Invest wisely

Any financial investment can bring losses instead of profits. Likewise, with the extremely volatile Bitcoin market, you can expect both gains and losses. It’s all about making the right decisions at the right time.

Most of the beginners tend to lose money by making wrong decisions which are usually driven by greed and poor analytical skills. Experts say that you should not enter into a trade if you are not prepared to lose money. Basically, such an approach helps you mentally deal with the worst possibilities.

Diversify the portfolio

First, successful traders diversify their portfolios. Risk exposure increases if the majority of your funds are allocated to one asset. It becomes more difficult for you to cover losses from other assets. You cannot afford to lose more money than you have invested, so avoid investing more funds in limited assets. This will help you keep negative trades going to a great extent.

Second, investing more money than you can afford will also cloud your ability to make good decisions. In most cases, you will be forced to choose a “desperate sell” when the market drops slightly. Instead of weathering the market downturn, the investor who has invested too much in the deal is bound to panic. The person will feel the urge to sell the holding at a low price in an attempt to cut losses.

You will also lose more money when the market recovers. This is because you will have to buy the same retention but at a higher price.

Set goals – Emotions make you blind

Setting goals for each transaction is vital when trading bitcoins. It helps you stay calm even in extremely volatile conditions. Therefore, you will need to determine the price first to stop your losses.

The same rule applies to profits, especially if you let your greed get the better of you. The benefit of setting goals is that you can easily prevent yourself from making decisions based on emotions.

Instead, you should work on improving your chart reading and market analysis skills. It is also recommended that new traders close their losing positions after 24 hours to avoid paying recurring interest.

The benefits of paying with Bitcoin

Because virtual currencies have a unique nature, they offer many advantages over traditional currencies. The digital currency world has been going through a lot of positive changes over the past few years. There are many cryptocurrencies, but Bitcoin is one of the most popular. In this article, we will look at some of the most notable advantages of paying with Bitcoin. Read on to learn more.

1. User autonomy

For many users, digital currencies allow them much more freedom than conventional currency. People can have better control over how they can spend their money. The good thing is that they don’t have to deal with an intermediary like the government or the bank.

2. Discretion

Another advantage is that things purchased with bitcoins are discreet. Only the user can post their bitcoin transactions. Also, transactions don’t have their name next to them. Moreover, these transactions are almost impossible to trace.

In truth, each transaction has a different Bitcoin address. But that doesn’t mean these transactions can’t be traced. So if you don’t want others to know where you spent your money, you can use cryptocurrencies to make payments.

3. Peer-to-Peer focus

Another great advantage of the Bitcoin payment system is that it is peer-to-peer based. In other words, users can receive and send payments without getting approval from any authority. Payments can be made in seconds as long as the user is connected to the internet.

4. No bank fees

Unlike traditional fiat currencies, Bitcoin does not come with deposit fees, overdraft fees or minimum balance fees. Hence, you don’t have to worry about maintenance or balance fees.

5. Low transaction fees

Foreign purchases and regular bank transfers usually involve costs and exchange fees. Since cryptocurrencies do not require the involvement of a government or any intermediary institutions, transaction costs are quite low. If you are a traveler, this can be a great advantage for you. In addition, Bitcoin transfers are very fast, eliminating the need for authorization and long waiting periods.

6. Mobile payments

Just like any online payment system, cryptocurrency users can make payments through their mobile phones as long as they are connected to the internet. Therefore, they do not have to travel to their bank to make a purchase. Also, you don’t need to show your personal identity to complete the transaction.

7. Accessibility

Genuine users can receive and send bitcoins using their computer or smartphone, no need to involve a traditional bank or other authority. Also, users don’t have to use their credit cards to make payments. So, Bitcoin allows more affordability than other options you can try.

In short, these are just some of the main advantages of making Bitcoin payments instead of using traditional means of payment. We hope this article will help you understand cryptocurrencies better.

Kaspersky Antivirus for PC Information – about this security solution and its flexible subscription plans

Kaspersky antivirus products are always worth using – especially for Windows users. Of course, this is not limited to Windows. There are subscription options that include usage on multiple devices, including Mac, Android, and iOS. Keep in mind that this company has won more awards than almost any other cybersecurity company, so if you want to get excellent protection for your computer, this product is the best choice. There are tons of positive reviews about Kaspersky Antivirus for PC from experts.

It offers protection against all types of viruses, dangerous apps, suspicious websites, phishing attempts, ransomware, and more. Protection is designed to protect your computer without getting in the way. It runs smoothly and quietly in the background and receives automatic updates so you know your antivirus is kept up-to-date at all times.

There are different levels of protection to choose from: Basic, Internet Security and Full Security. The free version of Kaspersky Antivirus for PC provides basic protection, but nothing else. Internet Security includes all the tools you need to prevent malicious attacks and detect malware behavior, as well as privacy tools to help protect all your online transactions and banking information.

There is also an option to upgrade the antivirus program by paying a one-year, two-year or three-year fee to protect 3 – 5 computers. This is a good option if you have a home network or small business that you need to protect. It automatically scans your computer for threats, including the new “crypto mining” infections that can seriously damage your computer’s performance if not handled properly. If your computer gets infected with this, Kaspersky technologies help to save and reset it.

Setting up and managing Kaspersky Antivirus for PC

Another great thing about these products is that they are very easy to set up and manage. There is technical support for every type of user, including home users, small businesses, midsize businesses, and enterprise-level businesses. You’ll be able to manage security from anywhere when you log into your My Kaspersky account.

If you have an older computer, read the system requirements to make sure you’ll be able to run the antivirus program effectively. All versions of Windows from Vista up are supported. It is recommended that you have at least 2 GB of RAM and 1 GB of hard disk space. Kaspersky products are also available for Mac users.

Before choosing a subscription and upgrade, you can always try a free trial version of Kaspersky Antivirus for PC. Coupons are available when you want to upgrade, and they help bring the price down significantly.

New digital threats emerge every day, so don’t delay buying protection. You should be able to get it at an affordable price as long as you use Kaspersky Antivirus for PC promo codes. It’s time to start protecting your computer!

The Five Laws of Gold

We live in an impatient age and when it comes to money, we want more of it now, today, not tomorrow. Whether it’s a mortgage deposit or clearing those credit cards that drain our energy long after we’ve stopped enjoying what we bought with them, the sooner the better. When it comes to investing, we want easy withdrawals and quick returns. Hence the current cryptocurrency craze. Why invest in nanotechnology or machine learning when Ethereum is locked in an endless upward spiral and Bitcoin is the gift that keeps on giving?

A century ago, the American writer George S. Classon took a different approach. In The Richest Man in Babylon, he gave the world a treasure trove—literally—of financial principles based on things that might seem old-fashioned today: prudence, prudence, and wisdom. Klasson used the sages of the ancient city of Babylon as spokespeople for his financial advice, but that advice is as relevant today as it was a century ago when the Wall Street Crash and Great Depression loomed.

Let’s take the five laws of gold as an example. If you want to put your personal finances on a solid footing, wherever you are in your life, this is for you:

Law #1: Gold comes happily and in ever-increasing quantities to anyone who puts at least one-tenth of his earnings into an estate for his future and that of his family. In other words, save 10% of your income. minimum. Save more than that if you can. And that 10% isn’t for next year’s vacation or a new car. This is for the long term. Your 10% could include your pension contributions, ISAs, premium bonds or any type of high interest/restricted access savings account. OK, interest rates for savers are at historic lows now, but who knows where they’ll be in five or ten years? And compound interest means your savings will grow faster than you think.

Law #2: Gold works diligently and happily for the wise owner who finds profitable employment for it. So if you want to invest instead of saving, do it wisely. No cryptocurrencies or pyramid schemes. We focus on the words “profitable” and “busy”. Make your money work for you, but remember that the best you can hope for this side of the rainbow is consistent returns over the long term, not lottery winnings. In practice, this probably means shares in established companies offering a regular dividend and a steady upward trend in share price. You can invest directly or through a fund manager in the form of unit trusts, but before you part with a penny, see Laws 3, 4 and 5…

Law No. 3: Gold clings to the protection of the prudent owner who invests it according to the advice of those who handle it wisely. Before taking any action, speak with a qualified, experienced financial advisor. If you don’t know one, do some research. Check them out online. What expertise do they have? What customers? Read the reviews. Call them first and find out what they can offer, then decide if a face-to-face meeting will work. See their commission arrangements. Are they independent or tied to a specific company under contract to promote that company’s financial products? A decent financial advisor will encourage you to secure the basics: a pension, life insurance, a place to live, before guiding you toward investing in emerging markets and space travel. When you’re satisfied you’ve found an advisor you can trust, listen to them. Trust their advice. But review your relationship with them at regular intervals, say annually, and if you’re not happy, look elsewhere. Chances are, if your judgment was right in the first place, you’ll stick with the same advisor for many years to come.

Law #4: Gold eludes one who invests it in a business or purpose with which he is not familiar or which is not approved by the specialists in it. If you have deep knowledge of food retail, by all means invest in the supermarket chain that is increasing market share. Similarly, if you work for a company that has an employee share scheme, it makes sense to take advantage of it if you are sure that your company has good prospects. But you should never invest in a market or financial product that you don’t understand (remember the Crash!) or can’t fully research. If you’re tempted to try your hand at forex or options trading and you have a financial advisor, talk to them first. If they are not aware, ask them to refer you to someone who is. Best of all, avoid anything you’re not sure about, no matter how great the potential return.

Law No. 5: Gold flees from one who seeks impossible gains, or who follows the tempting advice of swindlers and schemers, or who trusts in his own inexperience. Again, the fifth law follows the fourth. If you start searching the internet for financial advice and wealth building ideas, your inbox will soon be full of “scammers and schemers” promising you the land if you invest £999 in their ‘system’ of turning £1 into £ 1XXXXXX on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Remember, the only one making money in a gold rush is the one selling shovels. Buy the wrong shovel and you’ll quickly find yourself in debt. Not only will you be paying through the nose for a system that has no proven value; by following it you are likely to lose much more than the price you paid for it. At the very least, you should check the genuine product reviews. And never buy any system, investment vehicle or financial product from any company that is not registered by a national regulator such as the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.