Yard Couch
Published in

Yard Couch

5 False Things Influencers Say to Make You Buy Stocks and Crypto

…and why you should ignore them

Image (source)

Influencers influence. This ultimately gets us to buy products.

Stocks and crypto influencers aren’t about selling products but they may still have ulterior motives.

They are often holders of the assets they’re promoting, and might even be getting paid

--

--

--

For those seeking long-term success. Open, honest, with nothing left hiding behind the curtains. Share your story with a few pals on a couch in a yard. #Bitcoin

Recommended from Medium

Play Deal Or No Deal Free For Real Money

How long does it take to receive a cash advance from a credit card?

What Your Financial DNA Is & How to Beat It

Aurora Cannabis — Accounting Tom-Foolery?

The NEW QI-MATIC Jar and Farming at Pickle Finance

Tesla and Apple split their shares

Buying low and selling high is the way to make money in the stock market.

What Warren Buffett Can Teach Us About Eliminating Risk

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Jamie Bullock

Jamie Bullock

Finance • Tech • Crypto

More from Medium

What To Do With This Bitcoin Bear Market Halving Cycle

Bitcoin is Having a Bretton Woods Moment

Crypto Markets: Is the Pain Over or More Bleeding?

The Massive Smackdown in Crypto Markets Is a Good Thing