Why Stuffing Your Retirement Savings With Bitcoin May Be A Risky Move | CNBC



People are saving for retirement with bitcoin. Here’s what you need to know.
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  1. Its a risky move. Its not maybe.

  2. Bitcoin is not a risk, it will hit $50,000 soon, i remembered when bitcoin was $18,0000, everybody was regretting they didn’t buy when it was $11,300, not its down to $11,300 instead of them to invest theirs or buy more, they are saying its crashing, i had 3.5 btc which was $64,000 which dropped to $36,000. i was mad and started looking for solution to multiply it until i met a Pro trader fred anthony, I was skeptical at first, the first week we made 12btc with 3.5btc, Give him a try, you have total control of your bitcoin, contact him fredanthony880@gmail. com or + 1 9 4 1 9 4 0 1 8 0 0 on whatsapp fredanthony880 on Skype

  3. Best to just buy and hold actual Bitcoin! Buy and hold Bitcoin (BTC). Hold Bitcoin until 2024. Sell BTrash (aka Bitcoin Cash, BCash) and all other altcoins but hold Bitcoin. Remember there is only one Bitcoin (BTC) and it's limited to 21 million units. All other coins are altcoins and there are an unlimited supply of those.

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