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11 Jan, 4 tweets, 1 min read
Understanding all the variables is key to understanding an equation. Too many unknowns makes predicting something very difficult. I like to bet the most in situations where I KNOW I will win.
Make a steady return on a good percentage of portfolio to create beta. This is $eth for me. This is #ron to me.

I like to bet smaller amounts on things I don't KNOW will happen, but that I will be paid handsomely if they do happen. Lose small, win big. This is NFTs for me.
$axs is my best investment by far. I bought a lot early and held.

I've taken some of that out and reinvested it in $eth and fiat to be able to make a big splash on $ron while it's young.
Bet early and be right.

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