Who Is Godfather Investor?
If you have made it this far, congratulations, you are one step closer to achieving financial freedom.
Right now you belong to the 5% of the world's population that has adopted crypto for fairer and more efficient finances.
Do you know what this means? That today you are an "Early Adopter".
I have been involved in the investment world for more than 5 years in one of the best known Investment Banks in the world. I have seen it from the inside and I did not like it.
The traditional commercial and central banking system is a system that is doomed to disappear and this is due to the advent of crypto.
Bitcoin is hard money. Bitcoin is even the hardest money in the world. By selling your Bitcoin for fiat currency, you are exchanging hard money for weak money. This is insane.
Let's say you own 1 BTC. You have 1 BTC out of 21 million units. In 10 years, you will still have 1 BTC out of 21 million units. If you exchange your Bitcoin today for U.S. dollars, you will have $21K. You will have $21K on $21T.
Are you sure your purchasing power will still be the same in 10 years when the supply of US dollars has increased exponentially in recent months?
The answer seems obvious to me. For me, it is NO. I have no interest in exchanging my Bitcoin for US dollars. Besides, you need to stop constantly measuring the value of your Bitcoin in USD. The only number that matters is the number of BTC you have.
What do I offer?
A few months ago I set up a website with a private area in which I shared my portfolio with several strategies and a roadmap in the world of finance for dummies. This subscription was very successful, but it was very complex to maintain, time consuming, and therefore I decided to send weekly emails with investment strategies that have worked really well for me.
These strategies will only be available to subscribers, so if you are not a subscriber, you will not receive them.
If you want to join the community, feel free to subscribe.
This article and any other published in this blog are for informational purposes only, they should not be considered Financial or Legal Advice. Not all information will be accurate. Consult a financial professional before making any major financial decisions.