Current Portfolio Shift and changes after lay-off

Current Portfolio Shift and changes after lay-off

By JayC0730 | FeelSoMoon | 10 Apr 2021


My portfolio has remained untouched up to now. I have recently been laid off but sold a small percentage of BTC to give myself a bit of breathing room. I am also currently receiving severance and have decided bot to apply to unemployment due to my personal beliefs and pride. For those who don't like that I made that decision I'll just say that I am in no way in a bind and would rather not use a safety net that is not truly needed.

 


BTC - 63.89%

BTC has had some fluctuations but has remained at a level that is usually over 55k. I expect to hold and sell my pre-planned portion once it hits six figures. I am sure it will in the upcoming year.

 


ETH - 12.44%

Ethereum has been benefiting from the recent gains but seems to also have a slower growth rate than my other two coins. I see it being fully overtaken by DOT when summer time comes. ADA has already gone above ETH.

 


ADA - 12.64%

Cardano is a great project and has much potential. I still see it being a top holding but it may be overtaken by Polkadot due to the staking percentage and value the chain brings into crypto.

 


DOT - 11.03%

Polkadot is moving up. I see it becoming my second biggest holding. This coupled with the high staking returns gives me hope that this coin will be a great growth and passive investment opportunity for the current bull cycle.

 


As of now my cash savings should be enough to hold me about six months. I don't expect to sell crypto to keep on funding myself afterall six months should be enough to get back to work at a new place and go at it with my all.

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