The Ultimate Bull Run Portfolio For Second Half of 2021, says Strategist Randall Trzaska

In the recent video, top trader Randall Trzaska from Crypto Love shares with his followers the ultimate bull run portfolios for massive gains in the second half of 2021.

“It seems like the bleed out has stopped, now is the time when it’s turning around. Now is the time to get everything in line so you can make the most money possible during the second half of this and then capitalize on it, profit from it”.

Randall Trzaska shares his ideal portfolio comprises 50% medium risk coin, 25% low-risk coin and the rest is for high-risk coin.

“The low risk doesn’t move that much, but when the market goes up high, it doesn’t go up that high but also when it goes down low, it doesn’t go down that low. The medium-risk tends to follow the market a lot better, and the high risk when the market goes down, the stuff just crashes turns into nothing but it does have the potential to go to the moon”.

Regarding the low-risk cryptocurrencies, the trader lists out the top 3 coins including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and PAX Gold:

“You all know Bitcoin and Ethereum. Bitcoin is the digital gold, Ethereum is digital oil. Some of you would be interested PAX gold now, I myself do like PAX Gold because I think that gold is a great way to diversify out of crypto but also it’s easier to hold than regular gold”.

As for the 50% medium risk coin, the recommended list is longer, including Celsius Network (CEL), Cardano (ADA), Kusama (KSM), Polkadot (DOT), Theta Network (THETA), Chainlink (LINK), Filecoin (FIL), FTX Token (FTT), Polygon (MATIC), and DogeCoin (DOGE).

“Based on TokenMetrics, these are basically the most undervalued cryptocurrencies out there. This gives you a potentially greater chance for larger gains without immense losses”.

For the rest of 25% of high-risk coins, the crypto KOL suggests investing in speculation, meme coins, NFTs/IDOs, and trends, etc.

“Personally I don’t generally put 25 percent there. I have a bit less. I’m more risk-averse so I have less high-risk investments”.

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