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May 11, 2016, 09:13:08 AM
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
I've invested approximately 70% in diversified ETFs (Domestic Market, FTSE & Developed market),
10% In bond funds (US Treasury, TIPS, Developed & EM bonds), and I'm still having the rest of 20% in hand, some of them were bitcoins, some of them were FIAT.

I'm thinking of holding up to ~$2,000 worth of bitcoins, and just keeping them for few years, will not invest more (adjustment) even if my net worth have become larger.
But at this time point, bitcoin would be 15%~20% of my investment portfolio.

And half of my bitcoin are being invested into P2P Landing platform such as loanbase, bitbond, etc.'s also having so that it'll accrue some interest as well.

My philosophy of investment is I wanted a well-diversified portfolio that generates reasonable ROI but at the also has lower risk.


So what's the percentage of your portfolio is bitcoin, and what's your philosophy of investment ?
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
Buy a used car, get a part time job, save some money for Summer break.

Here, I saved you a ton of time and effort.



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May 11, 2016, 01:06:54 PM
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
Buy a used car, get a part time job, save some money for Summer break.

Here, I saved you a ton of time and effort.

Sorry I don't get it
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May 11, 2016, 01:27:56 PM
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Around 10%.

40% RRSP's in the market long term.

5-10% gold/silver

Rest cash/stock market.

Fuck housing it's WAY to expensive. (I am in Canada, it's stupid expensive).


Plan is to retire on dividens in 30 ish years.

I am putting a 10% flyer on BTC becomes the new store of value, I am prepared to watch it crash to zero as IMO everyone should be.


IMO if you are under 40 you should be seriously consider higher risk investments.  20% BTC.. that isn't a very safe portfolio lol.
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May 11, 2016, 01:36:41 PM
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currently i am only invested in bitcoin. i used to hold some stocks as well some years ago but i cashed them out and invested all in bitcoin.
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May 11, 2016, 01:41:13 PM
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80% ETFS. 10% BTC. 10% Others

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For me, it's about 2%. It was about 4-5% when I bought some coins in late 2013... So far I haven't break even but I have no worry about it.

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May 11, 2016, 01:50:31 PM
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Well my porfolio at bitcoin is all froms signature campaign soo im not risking nothing besides my time.I cant invest huge ammount into bitcoin as i get a debit to pay otherwise i would be buying some bitcoins all months as possible .
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
I've invested approximately 70% in diversified ETFs (Domestic Market, FTSE & Developed market),
10% In bond funds (US Treasury, TIPS, Developed & EM bonds), and I'm still having the rest of 20% in hand, some of them were bitcoins, some of them were FIAT.

I'm thinking of holding up to ~$2,000 worth of bitcoins, and just keeping them for few years, will not invest more (adjustment) even if my net worth have become larger.
But at this time point, bitcoin would be 15%~20% of my investment portfolio.

And half of my bitcoin are being invested into P2P Landing platform such as loanbase, bitbond, etc.'s also having so that it'll accrue some interest as well.

My philosophy of investment is I wanted a well-diversified portfolio that generates reasonable ROI but at the also has lower risk.


So what's the percentage of your portfolio is bitcoin, and what's your philosophy of investment ?

Your education is your diversification.  Put it in savings until you are finished to defend against having to drop out (parents money dry up, loans dry out, you lose GPA and miss scholarship goals, etc).  Education in a solid degree / industry is probably the best possible investment payout.  Re-think what you are majoring in, defend your education.  Sell all that other shit until you're finished ... you may need it in reserve until you find a job.
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May 11, 2016, 02:05:03 PM
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100%, other altcoin exist purely to increase the amount of bitcoin for me, i see it as a bitcoin mining, for those that can not do it with asic
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May 11, 2016, 02:19:27 PM
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
Buy a used car, get a part time job, save some money for Summer break.

Here, I saved you a ton of time and effort.

Sorry I don't get it
I'm joking of course. But as a college student, I don't think you should be investing into anything, let alone bitcoin. Expenses are just going to start piling up after you graduate, if you have $12k sitting on the side that's great, but risking it at this point of your life is a bad idea. I know this sounds more like general life advice, but think about it this way; Right now, life is giving you two options, being conservative money you've got now until you can have a more stable source of income OR, risk all you have so far, with great potential of becoming a degenerate gambler and remaining that for the rest of your life.



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May 11, 2016, 05:11:38 PM
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
Buy a used car, get a part time job, save some money for Summer break.

Here, I saved you a ton of time and effort.

Sorry I don't get it
I'm joking of course. But as a college student, I don't think you should be investing into anything, let alone bitcoin. Expenses are just going to start piling up after you graduate, if you have $12k sitting on the side that's great, but risking it at this point of your life is a bad idea. I know this sounds more like general life advice, but think about it this way; Right now, life is giving you two options, being conservative money you've got now until you can have a more stable source of income OR, risk all you have so far, with great potential of becoming a degenerate gambler and remaining that for the rest of your life.

Uh.. well I got a different perspective on this, I'm not risking my money in the stupid way as from my investment style you can tell that I'm quite conservative on securities investment.
Second, I think it's better to start investing at this point, even it turns out to be a loss, the real payoff is the experience, so when you're graduated, you won't do much mistake and risk your future savings.
Well most people agree that we shouldn't bother about investment at this point, but it turns out to be a big mistake in finance according to many reputable sites report.
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May 11, 2016, 05:35:58 PM
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I believe I have about 5% in BTC and 0.5% in altcoins. Actually, I'd be happy to invest more in BTC but I'm waiting for the scalability issue to be solved.

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Mine is about 5% .... I value fixed assets more... In a depression these other commodities are of little value, and most of them are being manipulated in any way.  You are better off, when you have

a roof over your head, and it's fully paid for. { No bond or loans } You are even in a better position, if someone else is paying you, to put a roof over their head. Physical entities have trade value and

this offer your bargaining power, in a situation where there are a total global economic collapse. Fiat is your worst investment and Bitcoin is a high risk investment. Roll Eyes  

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May 11, 2016, 06:18:33 PM
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
I've invested approximately 70% in diversified ETFs (Domestic Market, FTSE & Developed market),
10% In bond funds (US Treasury, TIPS, Developed & EM bonds), and I'm still having the rest of 20% in hand, some of them were bitcoins, some of them were FIAT.
I'm thinking of holding up to ~$2,000 worth of bitcoins, and just keeping them for few years, will not invest more (adjustment) even if my net worth have become larger.
But at this time point, bitcoin would be 15%~20% of my investment portfolio.
And half of my bitcoin are being invested into P2P Landing platform such as loanbase, bitbond, etc.'s also having so that it'll accrue some interest as well.
My philosophy of investment is I wanted a well-diversified portfolio that generates reasonable ROI but at the also has lower risk.
So what's the percentage of your portfolio is bitcoin, and what's your philosophy of investment ?

Lower investment risk is not appropriate for a college student. The idea is that your work will generate far more wealth than the value of your current investments, so it is no big deal if they go to 0. At some point, it will become more difficult to replace your investments by working (if necessary), so then you would begin to invest more conservatively.

I have 30% of my portfolio in Bitcoin, 40% in stocks, the rest in other things like gold and cash. 0% in bonds.

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May 11, 2016, 06:18:45 PM
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I believe I have about 5% in BTC and 0.5% in altcoins. Actually, I'd be happy to invest more in BTC but I'm waiting for the scalability issue to be solved.

Yeah that's the exact issue that holds me back for invest more too, after all, bitcoin is still a risky bet to me  Tongue
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
I've invested approximately 70% in diversified ETFs (Domestic Market, FTSE & Developed market),
10% In bond funds (US Treasury, TIPS, Developed & EM bonds), and I'm still having the rest of 20% in hand, some of them were bitcoins, some of them were FIAT.
I'm thinking of holding up to ~$2,000 worth of bitcoins, and just keeping them for few years, will not invest more (adjustment) even if my net worth have become larger.
But at this time point, bitcoin would be 15%~20% of my investment portfolio.
And half of my bitcoin are being invested into P2P Landing platform such as loanbase, bitbond, etc.'s also having so that it'll accrue some interest as well.
My philosophy of investment is I wanted a well-diversified portfolio that generates reasonable ROI but at the also has lower risk.
So what's the percentage of your portfolio is bitcoin, and what's your philosophy of investment ?

Lower investment risk is not appropriate for a college student. The idea is that your work will generate far more wealth than the value of your current investments, so it is no big deal if they go to 0. At some point, it will become more difficult to replace your investments by working (if necessary), so then you would begin to invest more conservatively.

I have 30% of my investments in Bitcoin.


Yep exactly, I got what you mean, I always thinking about going more aggressive, and doing risk-return adjustment over time based on my capital and age.
But at this point I tend to set my expected APR on about 10~13%, to be this is already a moderate return, and 20% is actually quite weight for a portfolio.
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May 13, 2016, 03:46:24 PM
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As the topic suggest, I'm currently a college student with about ~$12k net worth.
I've invested approximately 70% in diversified ETFs (Domestic Market, FTSE & Developed market),
10% In bond funds (US Treasury, TIPS, Developed & EM bonds), and I'm still having the rest of 20% in hand, some of them were bitcoins, some of them were FIAT.

I'm thinking of holding up to ~$2,000 worth of bitcoins, and just keeping them for few years, will not invest more (adjustment) even if my net worth have become larger.
But at this time point, bitcoin would be 15%~20% of my investment portfolio.

And half of my bitcoin are being invested into P2P Landing platform such as loanbase, bitbond, etc.'s also having so that it'll accrue some interest as well.

My philosophy of investment is I wanted a well-diversified portfolio that generates reasonable ROI but at the also has lower risk.


So what's the percentage of your portfolio is bitcoin, and what's your philosophy of investment ?

I am really surprised to see your maturity at this age. Congrats!

You are already investing in secure places like treasury and bonds and also holding a risky portfolio by investing in to ETFs.

However, at you age, the risk taking capability is good. So I will suggest, investing around 30% of your monthly investment to bitcoin. As you just want to hold bitcoins of $2k value, it will help you to reach your target faster while the bitcoin is cheap.

Bitcoin is certainly a wise decision and you will not regret.

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Right now Bitcoin is my main type of investment tool as I put a lot trust in the long term price.

Every bit of free to use money that I have goes straight into Bitcoin.
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Interesting question.I am thinking that i am having about 700$ max and 40% of my money is in bitcoin.

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