A Case Against Diversifying Crypto Portfolios (For Now)

With high market risk, low diversifiable risk, and insufficient data, it’s best to zero-in and overweight the best projects.

Angelo Alessio
Aug 10, 2018 · 3 min read

High Market Risk

It can be difficult to avoid conflating hype and maturity in crypto markets. We’re still a long ways out from being able to have a more stable grasp on where the market is going compared to equity exchanges.

Low Diversifiable Risk

Newsflash: Crypto markets move together; diversification principles don’t fully apply. Source: Sifr Data

Insufficient Data

More Like Venture than Equity Investing

In the world we all knew before the crypto market…with time, this may be applicable.

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