Navigating the cryptocurrency markets sometimes feels like searching for a needle in a haystack. Except the haystack is filled with scammers, and the needle is a 1,000% ROI.

If you don’t have a system for separating the gold from the garbage, you’ll never find that once-in-a-lifetime profit play, and by the time you do—you’ll have lost all of your money in Dogecoin (DOGE).  

I learned that the hard way during the early days of crypto. Since then, I’ve developed my own criterion for assessing an asset’s long-term profitability, and it’s helped me steer clear of scams ever since.  

I call it the 5Ts Test, my proprietary criteria for assessing a cryptocurrency’s use, utility, and potential for widespread adoption—three must-haves for any quality digital asset.

But the 5Ts aren’t always beginner-friendly. Today, I want to dive deeper into the 5Ts by showing you a different, more specific way to assess an asset’s profit potential that might make more sense for newbies.  

It involves six concrete measurements for deciding whether or not a cryptocurrency belongs in your portfolio, including: cash, value, direction, price, liquidity, and timing. These six things should be your roadmap to that 1,000% return.  

Sick of buying the wrong cryptocurrencies? Learn how to separate the winners from the wannabes…

Learn how to assess a cryptocurrency’s profit potential in less than 30 minutes by watching this morning’s episode of American Institute for Crypto Investors LIVE.

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Stay liquid,

Chief Crypto Strategist, American Institute for Crypto Investors


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