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This investor's tutorial gives a beautiful thorough overview of the attractiveness and drawbacks of Crypto-currencies as a financial ivestment at least as thorough a picture of the trade-offs of this shop and its technical (financial) analysis as can be drawn at this point in time. Two drawbacks of this volume depending on how narrowly the reader is looking for an investment tutorial to these currencies and their derivative instruments are in the app and investment analysis of blockchain applications beyond currency, and in the technical (computational explanation and beauty of the underlying mathematical and cryptographic phenomena and its source of value in computational work. Since explanations of the underlying computational technology can be found elsewhere (including Wikipedia), the lacuna which might be especially necessary to investors is the wide app of blockchain technology in such non-currency applications, as real-estate, insurance, government and intellectual property. As huge a firm as IBM and the huge accounting firms are betting a substantial portion of their consulting expertise in providing knowledge of "Blockchain beyond Bitcoin" (and beyond currency) and serious investors should consider these applications as well.
“Bitcoin is stupid. It’s fake cash created up by your Silicon Valley friends.” That’s from an argument I had with someone who asked me about bitcoin when bitcoin was below $1000. These days, I’d just hand over a copy of this book.Whether you’re a traditional investor, a non-investor who’s interested in bitcoin, or an experienced financial professional who isn’t yet familiar with cryptocurrency, read “Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide.” It’s not only for investors—it’s for anyone who wants to learn more about cryptocurrency and ris Berniske and Jack Tatar do an perfect job telling the story behind a lot of cryptocurrencies. They discuss blockchain, portfolio management, “ICOs”, and emerging tax and securities regulation.“If you miss a day in crypto it’s like missing a year,” people in the crypto zone say. That’s why it’s so challenging to write a book about blockchain and cryptocurrency. Berniske and Tatar have succeeded in creating something valuable.“Chris and Jack’s Go-To Crypto Resources,” chapter at the end of “Cryptoassets” compiles news, education sites, and trader tools you can use to hold up to date after you finish the book.If you’ve been in crypto for a while, this may be a review. If you’re new, you’ll gain valuable insight into investing in this space, which is very much the “Wild West.” You’ll learn to spot quality cryptoassets, recognize hype and avoid fraud, and responsibly balance your investment portfolio with this emerging asset class.Whether you’re an investor in cryptocurrency or not, chances are it’ll be disrupting a vertical near you. A lot of traditional investors have rejected cryptoassets. Berniske and Tatar create the argument that you should not.
I was initially place off by statements to the result that this was the first book of its' kind, having read at least 3 books on bitcoin, and been aware of it for close to 10 years. (That's because I have tecchie kids, one of whom had a mate at MIT). and so, from early on, I had a small miner in my is real that the focus of this book is various from the others I have read, as is the breadth. They cover not just the history of and technology behind bitcoin but delve into several other cryptocurrencies, most of which I knew small of. While the premise of the book is investing, I am still not sure that I personally have enough confidence to treat it as a serious investment. It is not that I do not trust the technology. I have heard a amazing deal about it from my son, who is currently a programming major at cal tech. He has been following it for quite a while and understands it better than most. (and, I do have to say that if you are looking for an explanation of the technology, there are other books which do it better). My problem with bitcoin, and most of the other cryptocurrencies is that I do not really understand or accept the basis of their value. With one or two noteable exceptions, I do not accept that there is a base value. Yes, it is secure, verifiable, not tied to a central bank and carries with it privacy, whatever base value there is maintained in part by programmed scarcity. At the end of the day though, it is still a currency which someone created up with nothing of value behind it. Another book which I read on bitcoin a while back pointed to the dollar having gone off the gold standard but it is still backed by the US treasury. There has already been at least one incident (probably more) where a hacking resulted in millions of dollars just disappearing. That is my private reaction, and others may well feel differently. I am also not sure how the irs is going to deal with a currency which allows people to hide transactions. My private feeling aside, the book is useful in that it discusses several cybercurrencies which operate in slightly various ways and have various levels of acceptance. Whether or not you intend to invest in one or more of them, knowledge and understanding are useful.I can not say how current this is or how thoroughly ir covers the field. I was aware of some of them and have a primary understanding of blockchain technology. That's a far cry from saying that I am on top of the field, but it is one I have an interest in understanding, and this book has expanded my knowledge and understanding of several cryptocurrencies. All of them? I really do not know. It is clearly a rapidly evolving zone and it may well be that even as I type another currency is being released into the market. (I ought to mention that they provide pointers to useful websites which support gauge value, not as clearly as spot gold, but if you feel like you are at sea, it is a small bit of a landing pad.)The language is clear and if not jargon-free, the jargon is explained. I believe that anyone who wants a better understanding of this zone could pick this book up and learn a amazing deal. How instructive it would be for those more knowledgable... I will have to wait until my son is home for christmas break to search that out.
First a little disclaimer...I missed the tag when it comes to Bitcoin. Over the years I've taken pride in being able to identify "the next huge thing". Early in my graduate studies I took on my chair who believed the internet to be a "passing fad". I was one of the first in my field to work in the "dot com" era and opt for start-ups. I invested in true estate long before anyone thought of a bubble. You obtain the idea. I actually heard about Bitcoin beautiful early on and thought it was the most absurd thing I ever encountered. I simply did not "get it". When it took an early nose-dive, I thought that would be the end of what was surely a stupid experiment to start with. Once it came back to life I attributed it to the novelty of the experiment. Over and over and over I didn't bother with it and yes...I regret it now.I thank the author for admitting to a related mindset...it is both refreshing and perhaps even more relevant since there are likely others in the same boat. The book itself is informative - not only about the history and working of cryptoassets (vs currency) but also the blockchain technology and implications for the future of things far outside the current use. Bitcoin is certainly the most well known but the author dives into numerous others - some of which you may have never heard about - and even beyond the cryptocurrency to contain other asset types. It tackles a few questions I've had along the method - including how much confidentiality users really have, transparency, portability etc... Threats from some external forces as well as internal ones are also included. Overall a clear, comprehensive and relevant overview although as the author openly admits, one of the issues in writing about this subject is the speed in which things change. Still a super beginning for those - like myself - finding themselves behind the curve on this ever so rapidly changing field.
I am on Chapter 6 of the book as I write this but felt compelled to write a review before I finished the entire book. This is an perfect book for almost all audiences. If you are a pro working in the industry and doing due diligence on fresh offerings as part of your everyday work, perhaps this book is not sophisticated enough. For all other readers, this book is exactly what you're looking for. The footnotes and references alone are worth multiples of what this book is selling for.
This is a structured and comprehensive look at bitcoins and its peer cryptoassets. The book lays out the genesis of the technology, the implications for financial industry, and without necessarily agreeing or disagreeing mightily with the underlying premises Burniske provides a detailed look at the core aspects of investing in this asset class. Along the way, there are some interesting insights on asset classes and wrappers and how diversification needs to be better understood. For those brave enough to take the risk and diligent enough to understand the technology and implications, this is clearly the book to begin with. While at times the narration seems dense (more a reflection of the technology), overall, a reader familiar with core investment frameworks and technological innovations will be well-served by this book.
I am relatively fresh to this phenomenon and a small intimidated by the blizzard of news and forecasts about Bitcoin and its cousins. This book was extremely useful and helpful. I bought it on the heels of the Harry Markowitz rave; it's nice to have a Nobel Laureate on your shoulder. I would recommend this to potential investors, casual business news readers, and folks looking for a strong, fundamental tutorial to burgeoning phenomenon.
Perfect discussion of Crypto Assets. The author has done an formidable job of considering a wide dozens of factors driving the value and the activity around crypto assets. Well written and timely publication.
Unbelievable app! Thanks guys! One problem I found the past receipts feature seems to be not working. It's always spinning forever. This is very annoying. It would be amazing if it does return the past receipts successfully. The application ver is 4.7.2 and the device is Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Please ping me if you need more information to troubleshoot this issue. Thanks again!
Application will not display proper financial information (i.e. dividend amout/yield, etc...) for stock symbol RA. Data just shows all zeros. If company could resolve I will modernize my rating. Since the application is designed to track dividends and it does not for all stocks then what is the value?
Have fun reading the info. It tells me exactly what I wish out of my stocks. Div dates, yields, years of performance. Once in a while it just stops for no reason. Besides that it is a amazing app. ***I do not like the story feeds from Yahoo. At the end of each one business updates someone has to give their two cents about their political likes or flavor. I would like it to stop. Regardless of each of people's political leaning, I wish to read information about my stocks and that is it. You can check it out by scrolling down to the end of the reports. It is mostly Anti-Trump or government. I don't wish to see their thoughts, I use this "tool" to create money****
What usually takes me 30 mins to and an hour. With this I can do it in 2 minutes. Looking up the stock and tracking the dividend. takes too much time. And by the time I obtain it ,its too late. This application actually support me decide on several not to buy stocks, and which to ry handy if your a dividend chaser. I would like a stock alarm clock add to this, alerting me to a stock im watching that it has fallen to my price range. A continuous alarm ,like a alarm clock. It's helping me create cash now. I [email protected]#$%! also has a dividend alarm, encase my dividend(dividend is lowered, or changed to a quarterly stock) changes without me knowing and me buying more stock, causing me to lose money.
I like being able to group the symbols into multiple groups, and it's nice to have the pertinent news and dividend history available with a swipe. About the only thing I'd like to change is the ability to place in the purchase price rather than just the current shop price.
Iv had this application for a while and now realize it's amazing app,it easy but amazing info, fast stock quote,charts and lots on dividends info. The more I use this application it just gets better also found you can track portfolio. A terrific Application 5 stars all the way.
This is a terrific app...use it all of time. Too poor one can't have two separate lists. I like to track my stocks and ETFs separately. Is there a method to do that? Amazing job on the application though. Love it. Now that I am using categories I have no complaints.
Perfect application used it for almost 2 years now. Only complaint is the charts are not showing up for me ow Nexus 5x with Android device 7.12. Not sure if it's similar to not being able to obtain Data from Yahoo or something that still needs to be Fixed. Anyway this Application still has a niche for me to use it often. 👍👍👍👍
This application works amazing for a few months at a time. But, there is an modernize then data stops showing (historical dividends). Latest time I had to reinstall, but list my data. I read a previous review that said to turn off "cache on the weekend" in your settings. That button is grayed out and unusable. That tip was from a 12/2016 reply.
Dividend tracker ignores the categories. Some stocks exist in multiple categories, but the dividend tracker cannot hold track of them. Dividend yield is calculated incorrectly. Calculator doesn't work either. It gives errors. Amazing concept but unreliable app overall.
The application appears to have a lot of functionality, but it's only a facade. I'm a subscriber to eIBD and Leaderboard, but there is no access to this app. The stock lists it "shows" aren't complete or even current. When you provide feedback, even that's lame - it's all on one line no matter the length. It has potential, but sucks right now.
I'm a long-time IBD subscriber, but this application needs work. It doesn't appear to provide access to the content of the paper itself. And once I logged in it would not work at all, but crashes during the"Loading" screen. Uninstall-Reinstall but same behavior. Very disappointed.
This is the best application for retail investors. Investors Business Everyday (IBD) teaches how to piggyback institution buying of amazing fundamental companies. I love the simplicity of it's charting. If you don't at least like the app, then, you don't know jack squat about investing in stocks. I use Android device phones. The IBD application works on all my phones, a Samsung S9+, Samsung J7 Perx, Samsung S3, Samsung Victory, HTC Desire 816 and LG Volt. The application also works on my Apple iPad and iPod.
After updating the app, it now will not begin if I'm logged in. I can use the application if I uninstall and then install but don't log in, which is NOT helpful since I cannot see or use any of my premium content or services. This WAS a amazing application prior to the 7/26/2018 update. I'm VERY disappointed. PLEASE fix the problem.
Application worked once then crashed upon opening. Haven't been able to begin it since. It's been over a week. Submitted 3 error logs. No feedback. Just radio silence. Disappointing cause I'm trying to obtain a feel for using the trial ver to see if I wish to buy. Now definitely not buying.
Edit 12 Aug 2018: Application now crashes every time I log in. This contains when completely deleting all application data (not just cache). Looks like you all could use some application dev assistance. Original review: Amazing companion to the web site. However, the notifications are ridiculously annoying because they don't take you to the article that the notification is referring to. I search most are interesting, but now I have to be sure to remember the wording, so I can find for it. Just plain dumb, that.