Crypto for Advisors

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Why the Advisor Crypto Technology Gap Is Closing
Cryptocurrency technology and infrastructure developed first for the individual investor. Today, advisors have the most of the same capabilities and opportunities as do-it-yourselfers.
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Do Cryptocurrencies Have a Dirty Little ESG Secret?
There’s a common argument that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are environmentally dirty – but that’s not necessarily true. Advisors need to be aware that the worlds of ESG and crypto are continuing to intersect in new ways.
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Why Bitcoin’s Volatility Is a Feature, Not a Bug
Many investors see bitcoin’s price volatility as problematic, but it’s actually beneficial.
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Bitcoin Futures ETFs Are Here. Is a Physical ETF Soon to Follow?
The bitcoin ETF marketplace is rapidly evolving, with a futures-based ETF most recently receiving SEC approval. When can investors expect a physical ETF?
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How Does Crypto Fit Into a Passive Investment Strategy?
And how should advisors approach it as an investment for their clients?
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How Should You Treat Crypto Compared With Other Assets in a Portfolio?
Is crypto an investment, a currency – or neither? The nuance around crypto is exactly why many investors and advisors are drawn to it in the first place – but also why it can be so confusing.
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Are Cryptocurrencies Secure? Yes and No – Here’s Why
What explains the simultaneous security and vulnerability of digital assets, and what can advisors do to help their clients who may be at risk?
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Revolution, Macro and Micro: Three Ways to Look at a Bitcoin Investment
Understanding the three main investment theses of bitcoin will help you not only allocate to it for clients but also parse through cryptocurrency news, analysis and commentary.
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How Advisors Can Add Value to Clients With Crypto
Being a crypto-competent advisor can help to differentiate yourself from other financial professionals and add value to your client relationships and practice.
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Why Bitcoin Has Value and Should Be Part of Your Client’s Portfolio
Bitcoin is a technology that’s also money and that can be used for savings. It’s important for advisors to understand the value behind it to determine how it can fit in a client’s asset allocation.
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