Re: How to choose coin to invest in?

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Before going to invest in ICO, it is very important to check for risk factor, whether the site is trusted or not. If planning to invest in ICO, I would like to suggest to go with Spadecoin(SPDC) as I also through it.
Generally, investors and traders are not able to access global market, such as Capital / Commodity / Forex / Bond Markets due to regulatory or other issues.
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Re: How to choose coin to invest in?

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Trading volume. Usually, the ones with big trading volume are more predictable investments. As well there is much more news (although many of them might be tricky tbh) about them.
Altcoins, especially less known ones can be tricky. They give you much better potential to make big gains, yet at the same time, the risk related to them is much higher. Especially in case of pump-and-dump traps you might fall upon.
ICO's. You need to read the whitepaper, the roadmap, check who is behind ICO. As well - how revolutionary and useful for daily use is their blochchain, what solutions are offered etc. Usually, if your reaction is not wow, roadmap and whitepaper are like a copy-paste, then avoid at all the cost. ICO's can give usually best or worst RoI rate.
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