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May 13, 2016, 04:30:09 PM
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That's way too much in bitcoin in my opinion,  but it's very good that you're saving money.  Keep saving.  And I could be wrong and you can also afford to take risks at your age.

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May 13, 2016, 04:48:18 PM
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I don't have much bitcoin but when I calculate the percentage of the total amount of bitcoin then it is around 30% of my portfolio.
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May 13, 2016, 04:58:15 PM
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I don't have my money in bitcoins, I started with zero and now I have some nice amount. My coins are invested in several casinos and alt coins in this moment. I make decent amount every month so all money I earn circle around. When I need cash I cash out and make coins again.

Well lets be clear, now I make more  money on bitcoins then I earn on my work for a month. I don't have my money to invest but in different situation I would put my money.


           
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May 16, 2016, 05:55:23 PM
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That's way too much in bitcoin in my opinion,  but it's very good that you're saving money.  Keep saving.  And I could be wrong and you can also afford to take risks at your age.
I am not sure that keeping bitcoin for a long term is saving or investing but I think it is investing.

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May 17, 2016, 12:39:38 AM
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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.

If lower risk is your philosophy, you should stay away from lending platforms and lending in Bitcoin altogether. The risk is simply too high. Also if Bitcoin succeeds, its purchasing power will rise so significantly, that it will return more than enough real interest by simply holding it.

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

I don't own much. But I'm happy to be free of debt! I keep my Bitcoin separate from any other "investment", because to me it's something special. I have no intention to ever liquidate Bitcoin for fiat. I'm willing to wait for the time when I can buy all the goods and services fiat buys today with Bitcoin.

So my philosophy in regard to Bitcoin is plain and simple: HODL! Cheesy

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May 17, 2016, 01:21:20 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 ?

I think I only have less than 9% portfolio on bitcoin. when I earn bitcoin, I just sell it and don't hold half of them or do any investment.

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May 17, 2016, 05:41:34 AM
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my percentage changes a lot but recently i have added more and more to the amount of bitcoin (percentage wise) instead of other things mostly because of the low price and the upcoming rise which i believe it can be a good chance to make a big profit.

other than that i invest mostly in gold, and keep the rest as cash in bank.

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May 17, 2016, 05:53:43 AM
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Actually i found bitcoin has a bright future that makes bitcoin into a good investment, currently i invest 20-30% as long as  bitcoin still accepted and valuable i will keep on investing on bitcoin
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May 17, 2016, 08:07:04 AM
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I think less that 1%, I really don't have that much as I only use bitcoin for gambling and not really save it. Although today I am already putting a certain amount of my money in investing bitcoins but that is just immaterial amount with the total bitcoins in circulation.
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May 17, 2016, 08:12:44 AM
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Currently it's 90% Bitcoin and 10% stocks as I bought a cheap stock which I expect to give me a more than decent return in a year time. I might even consider buying some Gold, but it's quite expensive if you buy Gold here. The commision is at least 5%-10% over the amount of Gold you want to buy, which is why I am still holding back.

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May 17, 2016, 04:48:15 PM
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I dont really have much, but its about like 20-30% in bitcoin.

The rest is in cash and been trying to pile for higher notes to buy from the treasury until I get some and relay that back to bitcoin.

As for stocks I have none, cause I have little knowledge or the learning capacity to dabble with.
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May 17, 2016, 06:52:19 PM
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Can't measure the exact % but it should be in 5%-10% as BTCitcoin. Since your after a low risk, then you've got your philosophy for investment in a opposite way, mainly due to the high risk road (giving out laons) you've chosen. If I were you, assuming the halving is done and more stability in the market, I'll go ahead and invest in most efficient mining rigs possible (I have a very cheap electricity rate) and look forward in the long term profit (at least this way, I sort of have better control over my own investment).

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May 17, 2016, 07:39:40 PM
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10 to 15% of my total net worth is in BTC.
Medium to long term, I want to manage that % to around 25%.

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May 17, 2016, 07:41:10 PM
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almost all of it.

A small portion is in silver (5% or so), most of it is in bitcoin.

I have a little bit of fiat reserves at the bank, but that's just to pay the bills and i don't consider it a saving.        

I don't trust fiat currency and i trust banks even less, and i don't have the amount of money to invest in traditional markets. I also don't really trust traditional markets that much.
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May 18, 2016, 01:37:35 AM
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i have arround $1000 in fiat and arround 4btc, bitcoin is my priority . but if i need money i will sell some of bitcoin to pay it. for me we must have bitcoin and fiat for saving or just for payment processor.
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May 18, 2016, 01:49:06 AM
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I'm just a few years behind you, OP- heading into college this fall.

Looking at solely currency, I've got about $1,300 give or take in fiat, .3 BTC in my wallet, another .2~ tied up in ICOs, and around .1-.2 in miscellaneous altcoins. Would love to have more of my (small) networth in crypto, but my general guidelines are to keep real world and virtual separated. When I work online I get paid in cryptos, and any money irl comes in fiat.
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May 18, 2016, 02:37:58 AM
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i have arround $1000 in fiat and arround 4btc, bitcoin is my priority . but if i need money i will sell some of bitcoin to pay it. for me we must have bitcoin and fiat for saving or just for payment processor.
yeah I agree with you to get in bitcoin trading and profiting in it. you must have a balance that is ready for fiat and bitcoin. so that when something happens to a particular occasion you could use one of them
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May 18, 2016, 02:45:32 AM
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I have a fairly large portion of my portfolio in Bitcoin, a bit more than I would like but it's a fairly good amount regardless.

I won't say what number because chances are I'd end up giving out too much information, and I don't want to do something like that.
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May 18, 2016, 03:21:16 AM
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i have always been very interested in bitcoin more than anything else but from the start of this year mostly because of the halving i have focused almost all of my attention to bitcoin and i think i have more than 80% invested in bitcoin already.

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In crypto-currencies around 50%, in bitcoin less than 10%.

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