Money is something that a majority of people do not master. The more I talk about money with people, the more I realize that many have a total ignorance of the subject.
It’s not that surprising. The education system has never taught you what money is, and even worse, how to manage your money in order to make the right decisions for your future.
There is one basic rule that you should have in mind, and it applies to all areas, and therefore to money:
“In life, it’s your ignorance that costs you money.”
So the less you know about money, the more you risk losing a lot of it. Whether you are very rich or very poor, this rule applies equally. …
You make decisions constantly in life. Every day, you have to decide things that will impact your day, your week, and even a few months ahead. Some decisions are so obvious that you don’t even realize you are making a choice.
Yet you make many choices all the time.
If you take the time to analyze the situation, you realize that there are basically two types of decisions in life:
Some decisions are difficult because you know that there is a wrong choice among the options available to you. …
In life, I don’t believe in overnight success. As I have written in the past, great successes, which appear instantaneous to the general public, are always the result of countless hours of hard work.
Nothing happens instantaneously in life. Those who believe in the myth of overnight success make the mistake of only looking at the tip of the iceberg.
Since overnight success is just a myth, you know that changing your habits is not going to change your life from one day to the next. …
Some people like Warren Buffett, some don’t. However, the Oracle of Omaha leaves no one indifferent. It is the characteristic of exceptional men. If Warren Buffett’s methods and strategies no longer meet with much consensus, he is still considered one of the greatest investors of all time.
Warren Buffett’s success is all the more impressive because it has lasted for more than 60 years.
His success is a tribute to patience. Warren Buffett often explains that anyone can become rich in the stock market by following his investment philosophy, but that very few succeed because of a lack of patience.
While long-term vision is essential to success in the investment world, Warren Buffett seems to lack it completely when it comes to Bitcoin. …
Donald Trump still hasn’t conceded his defeat to Joe Biden. The President of the United States thus continues his losing battle against the result of an election that he still considers to be rigged. Donald Trump cannot provide any proof.
Despite this, Donald Trump remains convinced that he is the real winner of the 2020 presidential election.
But the numbers say otherwise. The final results give more than 80 million votes to Joe Biden. Never before has a candidate in the U.S. presidential election received so many votes. …
Bitcoin is at a major turning point in its history. The year 2020 has been marked by a coronavirus pandemic that will be recalled in a few years as the tipping point for Bitcoin.
If you are not familiar with the concept of the tipping point, it was popularized by Malcolm Gladwell in his book “The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference” published in the early 2000s.
In his book, Malcolm Gladwell explains that once this tipping point is reached, everything becomes different afterward. …
After a correction as strong as it was short, the Bitcoin price resumed its bull rally on November 30, 2020. Bitcoin ended the month with a bang as its price rose from just over $18K to close to $20K.
I say close to $20K because you will see that the price that Bitcoin was able to reach yesterday makes debate.
For many people, Bitcoin reached a new All-Time High on November 30, 2020. For others, Bitcoin has not yet broken its 2017 year-end record.
The general media obviously jumped at the opportunity to make headlines saying that Bitcoin has broken its All-Time High (ATH). Many had probably already prepared an article for the occasion, and it was too tempting to release it without even checking if Bitcoin had really hit a new ATH. …
After several months with a price that remained rather stable, Bitcoin entered a bull rally at the beginning of October 2020. This rally took everything in its stride as the Bitcoin price went, in a few weeks, from $10.5K to a high of $19,390 on November 24, 2020.
Throughout this bull rally, many people kept thinking: is this the perfect time to sell my BTC and take my profits?
I notice that a significant number of people still consider Bitcoin solely as a financial investment. Therefore, they act with Bitcoin in the same way they would act with a stock like the stock of Tesla. …
Against all odds, ignoring all the announcements of its impending death, Bitcoin has continued its journey since January 3, 2009. If everything seems to accelerate in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic and the economic crisis that it has triggered, Bitcoin continues to advance at its own pace.
Bitcoin is evolving at the pace at which it must evolve to guarantee the security of the wealth that all its users have placed within its network.
It is clearly no coincidence that Bitcoin has never been hacked since its inception. It is because Bitcoin is evolving slowly but surely. …
Bitcoin is a true monetary revolution aimed at building a better world for as many people as possible in the future. A revolution such as Bitcoin only happens once in a generation. Bitcoin gives an equal opportunity to all its users.
You’ve probably heard it all before. I could go on and on for hours. I could write a book about Bitcoin, its why, the issues it addresses, but most of all the better world it will build in the future.
However, this might not be enough to help you understand that Bitcoin is essential for your future.
Sometimes it is better to return to simplicity. This is what I will try to do in this story so that you finally understand that there is no alternative to Bitcoin for your future. …