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These growth stocks could be better than cryptocurrency this year
BTC has been on fire in the last year. The price skyrocketed from $6,700 in April 2020 and is hovering around $60,000. While this jump is nothing short of phenomenal, this investment also comes with high volatility.
Any stable asset does not back BTC. The regulatory and taxation frameworks for cryptocurrencies are also in their nascent stage. In short, BTC might not suit every investor, and that’s okay.
Luckily, investors who are wary of the risks can instead find high returns by investing in these two top-notch growth stocks riding long-term secular trends without exposing their portfolios to excessive volatility.
This special report could give you an advantage with digital currency investments
How to Invest in Cryptocurrencies
There’s no doubt that the cryptocurrency space has seen astronomical growth over the last few months. And with multinational corporate backing pouring in – from companies like J.P. Morgan and MasterCard – it’s hard to deny that cryptos are here to stay. The only trick is getting a foot in the door before other investors take notice. Check out this special report to get started…
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