I own BITQ , BITW & BITB. It has grow from 1% of my portfolio to 4.2%. Do you think it is time to take some off the table and pair it down to 1 – 2% ?
Steve | Ric responded, March 11, 2024

2024-03-12T13:45:00-04:00

FULL QUESTION:Rick, I own BITQ , BITW & BITB. It has grow from 1% of my portfolio to 4.2%. Do you think it is time to take some off the table and pair it down to 1 - 2% ? It is all in a Roth IRA. The rest of my portfolio is 50% stock [...]

I own BITQ , BITW & BITB. It has grow from 1% of my portfolio to 4.2%. Do you think it is time to take some off the table and pair it down to 1 – 2% ?
Steve | Ric responded, March 11, 2024
2024-03-12T13:45:00-04:00

It seems you have advice and you comment on mainly things like bit coin. Why is this?
N | Ric responded, February 21, 2024

2024-02-21T12:13:05-05:00

FULL QUESTION: I use to hear you on the radio and if I remember correctly, you advised people about general financial questions. I really liked the show. And now , it seems you have advice and you comment on mainly things like bit coin. Why is this? ANSWER Actually, only about 20% of my podcasts [...]

It seems you have advice and you comment on mainly things like bit coin. Why is this?
N | Ric responded, February 21, 2024
2024-02-21T12:13:05-05:00

Wondering if you’ve seen the article in Wired that seemingly bust the myth if bitcoin’s anonymity?
Allen | Ric responded, February 9, 2024

2024-02-14T11:06:16-05:00

The article doesn’t bust the myth; it merely describes the story that’s in the new book. The story itself is old – 10 years old. Although Satoshi and early bitcoiners believed that transactions are anonymous, it was quickly determined – as the book and article explain – that transactions are merely pseunonymous – meaning we [...]

Wondering if you’ve seen the article in Wired that seemingly bust the myth if bitcoin’s anonymity?
Allen | Ric responded, February 9, 2024
2024-02-14T11:06:16-05:00

Do you have anything that gives a good comparison of the alternatives within the bitcoin space?
Dorothy | Ric responded, February 9, 2024

2024-02-14T11:00:13-05:00

I suggest you look at our Yellow Page. It features all the options available to you. You’d really benefit from our CBDA program, too – info on the website!

Do you have anything that gives a good comparison of the alternatives within the bitcoin space?
Dorothy | Ric responded, February 9, 2024
2024-02-14T11:00:13-05:00

Why wasn’t this discussed as one of the things that the investor should take into consideration when comparing BITW and BITB?
William | Ric responded, February 5, 2024

2024-02-05T22:38:42-05:00

FULL QUESTION: I read your interview with Matt Hougan today (2/2/24) about BITW vs BITB. One of the things that was not mentioned is that with BITW you need to get a K-1 in order to fill out a 990-T, and that there can be a long wait time (after April 15) before the K-1 [...]

Why wasn’t this discussed as one of the things that the investor should take into consideration when comparing BITW and BITB?
William | Ric responded, February 5, 2024
2024-02-05T22:38:42-05:00

I was padi a sum by a friend that owed me a sum by Ethereum and mistakenly the funds were put into ETC (Classic) instead the ETH coin. Is ther anyone you suggest than can help retrieve the transfer back
Kalil | Ric responded, February 2, 2024

2024-02-05T11:25:26-05:00

FULL QUESTION: I am an avid listener to your show and have listened for years. My question to you is that I was padi a sum by a friend that owed me a sum by Ethereum and mistakenly the funds were put into ETC (Classic) instead the ETH coin. Is ther anyone you suggest than [...]

I was padi a sum by a friend that owed me a sum by Ethereum and mistakenly the funds were put into ETC (Classic) instead the ETH coin. Is ther anyone you suggest than can help retrieve the transfer back
Kalil | Ric responded, February 2, 2024
2024-02-05T11:25:26-05:00

Does owning spot Bitcoin ETFs, purchased with US dollars, counter losses due to debasement of the U.S. dollar fiat currency?
Larry | Ric responded, February 2, 2024

2024-02-05T11:21:48-05:00

That’s certainly an argument that many bitcoin promoters make. We all know that the US Dollar is debased annually – by intent, the Federal Reserve strives to cut the value of the dollar by 2% per year. But sometimes, it’s reduced by an even larger amount – as we’ve seen in the past several years. [...]

Does owning spot Bitcoin ETFs, purchased with US dollars, counter losses due to debasement of the U.S. dollar fiat currency?
Larry | Ric responded, February 2, 2024
2024-02-05T11:21:48-05:00

Fidelity has reached out and asked me if I would be interested in lending my BITW to them in exchange for an interest rate. Can you direct me to info I can study to better understand the risks associated with doing this?
Tim | Ric responded, February 2, 2024

2024-02-05T11:23:40-05:00

FULL QUESTION:I'm invested in crypto in ready for the events coming in the next few years. My strategy is simply buy and hold over that time.All of my holdings are in BITW via my Fidelity investor account.Fidelity has reached out and asked me if I would be interested in lending my BITW to them in [...]

Fidelity has reached out and asked me if I would be interested in lending my BITW to them in exchange for an interest rate. Can you direct me to info I can study to better understand the risks associated with doing this?
Tim | Ric responded, February 2, 2024
2024-02-05T11:23:40-05:00

I’ve been looking at six Bitcoin ETFs and I see prices ranging from $22.01 – $40.25. If these are tied to the actual cost of Bitcoin then why is there such a huge price spread?
Daniel | Ric responded, January 25, 2024

2024-01-27T23:15:31-05:00

Every firm sets its own initial price. It’s arbitrary – just like an IPO. It’s irrelevant and should be ignored. There’s no impact on their performance. That said, I could envision on way the price: behavioral finance. If an investor favors the lowest price of the 11, or the highest, they might choose that ETF [...]

I’ve been looking at six Bitcoin ETFs and I see prices ranging from $22.01 – $40.25. If these are tied to the actual cost of Bitcoin then why is there such a huge price spread?
Daniel | Ric responded, January 25, 2024
2024-01-27T23:15:31-05:00
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