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Modern economic environment, being forced by the total digitalization of all segments of business, challenges new investment approaches. Traditional evaluation models like DCF do not work. Businesses are being evaluated by very different approaches, such as real option evaluation approach, Merton formula, using stochastic Wiener processes towards evaluation. Sometimes we observe irrational investors’ behavior, when they evaluate perspectives of some businesses: shares of many new wave companies are flying tothemoon without any rational explanations of their business models. Due to traditional evaluation methods such companies must have negative shares price! What we must learn from this experience, is that our world has changed dramatically. Zero discount rates by the central banks and infinite liquidity lead to negative bank deposit rates: you need to pay money just to keep it safe! Due to asymmetric information on the financial markets, non professional investors usually make adverse selection: they invest their funds into big long run scam projects, pretending to be big fair businesses. Theranos, Nikola, SKYWAY, Softbank, ONECOIN, BitClub and many others are among Bernard Madoff like financial pyramids pretending to be serious businesses. Due to informational hype all around, it is very hard to make a right choice of investment. New hype trains, like crypto, blockchain, artificial intelligence today looks like toy for geeks, but not for serious investors. Inflows of «stupid money» arrive to all those wealth redistribution factories and transform to lambos, yachts, cocaine and booze for hipsters, while investors just get useless shitcoins and dreams of a new «unicorn». Everyone wishes to catch up a new next APPLE or MicroSoft at an early stage. Same story happened several years ago when we were observing big previous bubble called «dotcom bubble». Only several companies survived, others sunk with tons of investors’ money. LETS STOP IT! INVESTORS MUST EARN! There are many money earning opportunities around, both overhyped, like crypto, blockchain, artificial intelligence, DEFI, as well as more conservative, but still very profitable, like intellectual garbage recycling or production of intellectual power supply units. Our mission at BTM fund is to connect smart money with profitable businesses, seeking for the blood - strategic funding from smart investors, for whom they gonna bring good stable profits! BTM fund is the hybrid new generation investment fund, which is created by high level professionals with many years experience and proven track record on the stock and currency market, forex, cryptocurrency market and traditional investment business. BTM headquarters is located in London, also there are representative offices in Moscow and Kiev. Also we are planning to open offices in Dubai, Istanbul, New York, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Against the background of impending global economic crisis, which is well seasoned by the Major Brand of the Year 2019 - 2020 - COVID19, there is no safe heaven any more. All stock markets and financial indexes are on their tops, obviously we are observing big financial bubble, which can burst any time. Astronomical figures of the USA state debt and many other emerging economies lead to soft monetary policy: there is much cheap money, but no good investment opportunities, which can create added value. Flexible solutions of hybrid investment fund BTM provide its clients to manage their funds efficiently. The key unique feature of our investment fund is instant diversification of investment programmes. «Let the profit leak and cut the losses» - this is the core principle of our investment strategy. Our professional financial managers do always have a finger on the pulse of modern trend in the investment environment. Today we are surfing on the hype waves of defi, crypto, blockchain, AI, and tomorrow we reallocate assets into top American stocks, gold, bonds, cash, or invest into high yielding real busin #cryptofound#blockchainfound#btm#btmfoundation#btmfound#криптофонд#блокчейнфонд#пассивныйдоход#инвестиции#интернетзаработок
Which bubble is bigger? The stock or the Forex market?
Market bubbles suggest rapidly rising prices, which attract the buyer hoping to earn quick money. Such buyers do not express due diligence or worry about the long-term prospects of what they buy. They ignore standard gauges as irrelevant, and the bubble goes bigger through cheap money. It looks familiar, doesn’t it? The rallies of the US stock indexes and the EUUSD more and more look like a bubble. The bulls, however, do not let it burst. It took S&P500 just 126 trading days to go back to February highs and hit a new record high. It is the fastest stocks rally after the bear market, which, by the way, had lasted for 33 days, with an average value of 302 of the previous 22 downtrends since the 1920s. Besides, the P/E of the stocks included in the index is 22.6. It is the highest value since the dot-com crisis. But the standard gauges are ignored in bubbles, aren’t they? The market is far from reality. The US economic state is hardly the same as it was in February. The S&P500 rally has, for a long time, supported the EUUSD bulls, but, now, they have different drivers. The stock indexes are growing amid the Fed’s support, which the euro is strengthening because of the GDP growth gap between the euro-area and the US. Remarkably, the volatility of the equity market and the Forex are now diverging. The US stocks are growing because of the cheap liquidity; the currency market is currently pricing the risks of the possibilities of the COVID-19 second wave in the euro area, the presidential election in the US, and the escalation of trade wars. Source: Bloomberg The EUUSD rally may also look like a bubble. The net longs on the euro held by the asset managers are the highest ever. The euro-area economy was hit by the pandemic stronger than the US, and the yields on the European securities is still low. After all, everything is relative. While Steven Mnuchin claims that the negotiations between the Democrats and the republicans are stalled, the EU governments are quick to implement mitigation measures. The spread between US and German real yields is as narrow as it was in 2014 last time. The appeal of the US securities is falling, and that of the euro-area assets is growing. Isn’t it a reason to buy the euro?
Dynamics of the spread between US and German real yields
Source: Bloomberg According to Scotiabank, speculative dollar shorts are not excessive; they haven’t reached the level of 2017. The market has just started shorting on the greenback, so there is room to open more shorts. Société Générale notes, the US dollar’s rate, in real terms, is still 25% higher than the levels of 2011, and the Fed is still willing to depreciate the dollar. Is the EUUSD a bubble? I do not think so. My strategy is to hold the euro longs and add up on the price falls. While the price is above 1.183, bulls control the market. For more information follow the link to the website of the LiteForex https://www.liteforex.com/blog/analysts-opinions/eurusd-forecast-bulls-wont-let-euro-burst/?uid=285861726&cid=79634
Well, it is impossible to ignore the price movement, BUT it is entirely possible not to freak out about it. There is one major reason to relax: our current governmental, financial and monetary systems will be put to test when the sovereign debt crisis hits the fan. Guys, in terms of total global debt we are past what we were in 2007... except this time the debt is coming mainly from the government. In the past the government rescued the economy from major financial meltdowns. Each one was characterized by excessive amounts of debt, just like today. There is no one "out there" to save the government. What happens when a government is at risk of defaulting? Well... shit hits the fan in a major way. Unfortunately, the US is well on its way to be put in a situation where the leadership will have to decide between majohyper inflation, massive cuts of benefits, massive tax hikes for the rich/corporations, a combination of these OR default. The severity of those changes will inevitably cause a major economic slowdown, that could very well lead us into a self-destructing death spiral. This is not a conspiracy theory, the numbers are out there, same as they were in 2007. There will be an urgent need to redefine our concept of money in order to provide a new stable economic atmosphere. The big question is, why would anyone that has had to endure hyper inflation ever want adopt a newly created promissory bill from the same guys that just f-ed it up? Pun intended. The adoption rate for people under 30 should be tremendous. That would mean that in another 10 years, the adoption under 40 should be even higher. In that way, with time, one system substitutes another... It is similar to the way electronic FIAT transactions has substituted cash (for most part). FIAT and banks will continue to exist, but without a doubt one day they will become "money from the old world". In 10-20 years the digital economy will be much bigger than the one we have today. Think about the insane exponential growth within tech stocks... the new giants of tomorrow will most likely go public using blockchain technology. The future economy will be largely based on tokenized securities and digital assets. It would be very hard to stay cool without sharing this vision of the future. Crypto has already proven that it is a MUCH more powerful platform for startups seeking to raise funds. This crash is actually in part of how effective a certain crypto worked as a financial platform... billions of dollars raised by so many crappy projects and teams. Think about this for a minute... the Crypto system is a global stock and forex exchange that is open 24/7 and happens to be available to anyone in the world via the internet. That is combined with having excellent properties as a store of value and medium of exchange. Boys... its a no brainer: if you are minimally diversified, sit back and relax. Some videos related to this topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysFi-IWAARc&list=PLRkc73wyKPWWvV45KkzWWcr3jsLsgk9i2&index=41 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62rfLjnPxKE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=maC7phpUVno&t=6134s&index=42&list=PLRkc73wyKPWWvV45KkzWWcr3jsLsgk9i2 USA debt to GDP ratio history: https://www.thebalance.com/national-debt-by-year-compared-to-gdp-and-major-events-3306287 This crypto crash was not the first. We are in for another one or two massive bubble cycles: https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/11/23/the-crypto-bubble-hasnt-burst-it-hasnt-even-begun-yet/ Good discussion about price and the generational issue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-pX6GbRbwc
The Diplomat:The Taiwanese Fortress Mentality Since the beginning of the PRC blockade on Taiwan, multiple commentators have remarked on the incredible resilience of the Taiwanese people. The PRC naval contingent has been described as relatively small, though any Taiwanese effort to break the blockade certainly would have resulted in disastrous consequences, and so the island has resolved to pursue a strategy of waiting, allowing foreign contempt for the PRC to build, and for its own economy to adapt to the changing commercial conditions, potentially gearing itself up for a major regional war. Rationing has been implemented in Taiwan, and smuggling is incredibly frequent to resupply when necessary. Many Chinese naval officers have been reported as taking bribes from Taiwanese shipping corporations, and the deployed forces aren't able to flawlessly monitor all of Taiwan's waters. The no-fly zone over the island has prevented airborne resupply, but blockade running remains relatively common and relatively successful. Throughout the past year and a half, the Taiwanese people have more or less accepted this status. Many feel betrayed by the international community, and a vast majority are set on not acquiescing to the PRC's demands.
The Guardian:Chinese Agents Captured in Taiwan The ongoing blockade by the PRC on Taiwan has seen many question the resolve of the island, as governmental and economic collapse persistently seemed right around the corner. Evidently, the PRC believed the same, as earlier today, 11 PRC agents were captured by Taiwanese authorities with a host of equipment. Taiwan released a statement explaining that these agents were here to undermine the government and foster pro-unification sentiments, as well as to begin convincing the island to essentially surrender to PRC demands. In response, financial markets have slowly begun shifting, though it's unclear if...
Reuters:China in Crisis After a Chinese infiltration of Taiwan resulted in the capture of PRC agents, the country's population responded preemptively to what it assumed would be a foreign response consisting of...
The Economist:FDI in China Grinds to a Halt Following mass withdrawals by Chinese citizens, FDI slowly began to ebb, collapsing projections for...
Financial Times:Debt, Bubbles, and Bankruptcy While Chinese measures in the late 2010s and early 2020s alleviated many of the economic issues plaguing the country, the recent action taken against Taiwan has nevertheless plunged the country into a deep financial recession. As GDP falls, the ratio to debt will skyrocket, leading to unsustainable...
Suffice to say, the Chinese economy is a great deal of trouble. Trade between the Republic and the People's Republic is not insubstantial, but up until this point, Taiwan has been bearing the brunt of the economic consequences. Following the revelation that Chinese agents were being sent to Taiwan, in combination with the ongoing act of war, Chinese citizens began to lose faith in their government and started to concern themselves with a foreign reaction consisting potentially of economic repercussions. Large-scale withdrawals from Chinese banks, in tandem with the slow cease of foreign direct investment, heralded the beginning of a major financial crisis, which was further signaled by a massive fall in the Shanghai Stock Exchange the day after Taiwan released its statement regarding Chinese intelligence operations. Feeding into itself, this has resulted in the collapse of borrowing and the explosion of interest rates, with hundreds of Chinese businesses collapsing. As the value of various industries plummets, the Chinese housing and industry bubbles, deflated by Chinese economic policy, are expected to finally burst, though much reduced in impact. Stocks and financial transaction within the country will fall further and GDP will collapse. Debt will hit unsustainable levels relative to the country's new GDP, and default will suddenly become a major concern, further endangering the country's prospects as a major site of investment. The effects of this economic disaster are far-ranging, including a fall in oil prices, a potential tumble in the USD as FOREX reserves are potentially sold off by the Chinese government, perhaps the beginning of privatization in the PRC, and economic shocks to African nations relying on Chinese loans among other things. By 2027, the Chinese GDP will have collapsed from over $19 trillion to $10,189.56 billion. The PRC will remain the world's largest economy, but much reduced, opening up an economic power vacuum not only in Asia, but globally.
The stock market can't go up in perpetuity without BLS and job data reflecting economic growth as it seems to be doing now. The question is "how long will people continue to accept the declining economic statistics and the growing fed QE and the ZIRP free money policy which is inflating a derivatives bubble such as humanity has never seen?". How long will stock market players, FOREX traders, and dollar holders across the globe continue to accept these things before we reach a "Tipping Point" of panic selling across the board? The amount of real economic growth it would take to equal out the amount of QE and derivatives now in the system is unquestionably impossible to achieve. Our economy would have to grow several fold overnight in real terms IE producing manufacturing etc... to maintain the current bank derivatives holdings. The Current ZIRP and derivatives bubble is a catch 22. Most of the derivatives created are interest rate derivatives betting that interest rates will stay close to 0% in perpetuity. The banks therefore need to accumulate more interest rate derivatives to pay for the older ones. They purchase more derivatives by borrowing money at close to 0% from the fed. As you can see if the interest rate increases by even 1% it would throw everything into the toilet. Therefore the Fed is obligated to continue its ZIRP program or else face a derivatives bubble bursting and pretty much every bank in the world failing all at once. The QE program stimulates the Stock market. QE is primarily a ploy to get people to buy stocks and it doesn't even scratch the surface on the HUNDREDS OF TRILLIONS of dollars being created by ZIRP and interest rate derivatives. Mathematically the QE program should be able to be tapered without causing a bank collapse, however the panic stock selling that would be caused by tapering would. Therefore the Fed is in a corner.
Interest rates are at zero.
Increasing interest rates causes a derivatives collapse.
Negative interest rates causes a run on treasuries.
QE tapering causes panic in the stock markets.
No QE tapering causes people to realize that the economy isn't recovering.
The best plan that the FED has so far?
Talk about taper so people think the economy is recovering.
Don't ever actually taper because it would cause panic stock selling.
Keep interest rates at zero.
This has worked so far. It is however doomed to fail as continued QE will force people to eventually realize that the "recovery" it's self is very phony. The problem is there is no other option. The idea for profit is kind of like a pyramid scheme. The insiders will "cash out" before everyone else and leave everyone else holding the US dollar bag. What do they cash out to? Hard assets my friend. Any asset that you can physically touch is fair game for "cashing out". No more financial instruments. They will fail with the banks. If you want a resolution to this matter send this message to every broker that you know. TL;DR There is a banking collapse coming soon. This period of prolonged free FED money is simply giving time to those at the top of the pyramid to buy hard assets and get out of the US dollar. If you want to stop these people from positioning their chess pieces you should send this message to every stock broker, FOREX trader, and low level banker that you know. Peace Brothers and Sisters, gojo345
IntlCoin – a stable cryptocurrency for humans, not speculators
Hello World! I am Alex Kundin, CEO of the non-profit organization IntlCoin Inc. I want to hear your opinions on our project, IntlCoin (www.intlcoin.io) – a stable cryptocurrency with its own infrastructure. It’s no secret that at the moment, most cryptocurrency users are speculators. But we believe that cryptocurrency has a potential that’s incomparable to the Forex. People can use cryptocurrencies for purchases, transfers and savings. What prevents them from doing this now?
Unstable rates. No one will buy a burger with Bitcoin because the value of the currency may double tomorrow. You won’t invest all your savings into Ethereum because the crypto-bubble could burst at any moment, and you could lose everything.
Bad infrastructure. Ok, so let’s say you really want to buy a cheeseburger with X cryptocurrency. How can you do this? Of course, your favorite snack bar does not accept X cryptocurrency. If it’s particularly trailblazing, maybe it accepts Bitcoins, but if X cryptocurrency is not Bitcoin, you’re almost certainly out of luck. And, ok, maybe X cryptocurrency is Bitcoin – then what? There is no Bitcoin credit card or PayPass terminal. There are thousands of not-always-compatible wallets and it can take ages to confirm a given transaction. The faster the seller wants to serve the buyer, the higher the risks. Therefore, he is forced to wait for minutes, or even hours...
Input and output problems. Ok, so you found a pioneering snack bar and your X cryptocurrency is Bitcoin. How do you buy Bitcoins? Let’s say you have a $5 bill in your hands. In order to convert that into Bitcoin, you’ll have to transfer that $5 to a bank account, then to some e-wallet, then to the exchange which (might) convert your money into Bitcoin. You face hours-long waits for each of these steps. And those awful commission charges! Wouldn’t it be nice if you could connect your smartphone with an ATM and instantly have the cryptocurrency in your wallet? Now, imagine something went wrong. The snack bar ran out of cheeseburgers and now all you want is to get rid of your Bitcoins and get your $5 back. Believe me, the food chain of middlemen will be even worse. For a system that prides itself on rising above the middleman, don’t you find this a bit contradictory?
There are more problems, but these, I think, are the major ones. And our project is aimed at solving each of them. You can read our Whitepaper for details, and here’s a summary:
IntlCoin is linked to an index of a large number of stable currencies. The majority of these currencies are fiat, but we’ve included some particularly stable cryptocurrencies as well. It’s impossible to mine or forge our cryptocurrency from nothing: every token is backed by units of the index, and purchased with fiat money. The US dollar and the euro account for the largest portions of the index. By virtue of the proportions and diversity of constituent currencies, out index is extremely stable; it could fail only in the event of a global economic collapse (although even in this case, the index would remain propped up by cryptocurrencies). This link to the index and full backing with fiat money are key features of the project. The price of one IntlCoin will vary little with time. It’s a bit like Tether, which is linked to the US dollar, except our cryptocurrency is more reliable. We also surpass Tether in technical and infrastructural aspects; we learned from their mistakes. A negligible amount of our costs will go toward company capitalization. This is necessary in order to get a good start on our ICO, and to foster subtle but consistent growth of the currency over time, comparable to the way savings accounts gain interest as time passes. This also solves the inflation problem, enabling users to keep their savings in IntlCoins.
We will create simple and effective tools that can be utilized by end-users and merchants alike, as well as by other financial sector players. We are developing apps that will make it possible for a buyer to simply touch his or her phone against the merchant’s phone to make a purchase. Our goal is to create something akin to Apple Pay for the cryptocurrency world. But our apps are not only for money transfers. We will develop smart contracts so users can sell digital content securely and automatically, without any middlemen. And real goods can be linked to digital tokens too, with physical marks, for example. Combined, all of these factors will streamline the purchasing process and slash transaction costs. Furthermore, thanks to our Graphene technology, each purchase will take milliseconds.
We will work with local financial structures in order to simplify fiat money input and output to the extent possible. It is our goal to make it possible for IntlCoin users to seamlessly utilize ATMs and banks. No need to convert the local currency to the US dollar, then to Bitcoin or Ethereum, then to IntlCoin. Users can just make purchases with their preferred currency on our site to buy INTLCOINs directly. Also, it will be simple to withdraw IntlCoins in fiat money. Of course, we have a ton of work to do to make this real, but we have a team of seasoned financial specialists who have no doubt we can accomplish this.
Now, I will provide you with a few real world examples of how IntlCoin could change the game: In the series of examples below, the subject is Bob, a guy who doesn’t know much about blockchain technology and who lives in country X – a country that struggles with currency volatility and has taken measures to limit the flow of international currencies within its borders.
Bob wants to buy a book. That book has never been published in country X, and it is sold only by the author himself and several authorized resellers from other countries. Some of them accept IntlCoin and have access to the author’s digital token, enabling them to sell the book via a smart contract that will initiate transparent transfers to the author and reseller accounts directly from the buyer’s funds.
Bob has already amassed some IntlCoins in his wallet. In fact, he prefers to save with them since country X’s own currency is pretty unstable and country X’s government is unfriendly to other countries’ currencies. Fortunately, Bob can easily buy IntlCoins using his local currency, directly from his bank card. His savings gradually grow, so he no longer fears inflation, but he didn’t purchase IntlCoins as an investment, so he can spend freely from his wallet without worrying about compromising future gains.
While doing some online shopping, Bob clicks on the “Buy with IntlCoin” button. The Chrome Extension connected to the blockchain receives the reseller’s smart contract address and verifies his or her right to sell. It is already familiar with Bob’s wallet and has access to his private key. Bob is absolutely confident in the Extension’s security since its source code is open and Bob’s programmer buddy, who knows a lot more about this stuff than he does, has assured him it’s impenetrable. The Extension displays a prompt in a separate window, where Bob should enter his password to unlock his private key. The instant that he does, the transaction is complete.
Thanks to the logic of the smart contract, three actions are performed at once: the reseller gets paid, the author gets his royalty fee and Bob gets a special token proving his ownership of the book. This right is assigned to him permanently and does not depend on the reseller or the platform. The book instantly appears on his iBooks, Google Play Books or on any other e-book reading app, because – so long as the user is ok with this – the token is public with the same level of anonymity as Bitcoin transfer.
Bob can also opt to pay a little more to register his intention to obtain the paper copy of the book. That sum is recorded on a smart contract. When he goes on a business trip in a country where the book is published, Bob can visit any bookstore that sells it and obtain a paper copy. He doesn’t need to pay or present any documents other than his IntlCoin wallet. His token contains information about the book’s ISBN and his paper copy payment. The shop then attaches a special transaction to the token, blocking a future paper copy claim, and receives its payment from the sum listed on the same smart contract.
While our key features are related to our financial and infrastructural solutions, our technological underpinnings are also worth highlighting. We don’t plan to launch our own blockchain: instead we are designing a cryptocurrency with smart contracts via the Graphene-based blockchain EOS. Why Graphene and not the more popular Bitcoin or Ethereum? Graphene uses Delegated Proof-of-Stake consensus, which provides fantastic performance: tens and hundreds of thousands, even millions of transactions per seconds, according to tests. No alternatives can rival this performance, and it’s a key feature for mass currency. Also, Ethereum smart contracts are over-low-level, and it can be difficult to create and understand big projects, whereas EOS smart contracts are high level with “batteries included”, and ascertainable to non-specialists, which is crucial when it comes to fostering user confidence. EOS is incredibly promising, and we hope to become one of the first major projects using it, and also to become one of its delegates. In our name IntlCoin, Intl stands not only for International, but also for Intellect. And I hope by now it’s clear to you why this name felt right. I will be glad to read all your comments, answer any questions and dispel any doubts! Each of your voices is invaluable for us. And I want to thank everyone who has read up to this point. IntlCoin is currently offering a pre-ICO campaign, and at the moment, anyone can buy our future tokens with a huge discount. We are grateful to each of our investors. We believe this project will have a monumental future, and with this article I hope I have also instilled this faith in you. You can view the pre-ICO campaign and participate here: https://awesome.intlcoin.io
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