Profit maximization is the term used to describe the amount of money that can be made in a given amount of time, as opposed to a percentage of output.
There are a few basic steps you can take to maximize crypto profits.
Create a portfolio of crypto assets and crypto tokens, then convert those into a profit-Max strategy.
For the purposes of this article, we’ll assume you’re interested in making $10,000 per day in crypto and making $50,000 a year in fiat.
This assumes you have a portfolio with a mix of stocks, bonds, and cash.
In this example, I’ll be using the crypto assets called “Crypto Cash,” “Cryptocurrency Cash,” and “Cryptocoins Cash.”
Start by converting your crypto investments into crypto assets.
In this example I’m using the Bitcoin Cash cryptocurrency, which is currently worth $7.83.
You can see in the image above that I have $8 in crypto assets, so this is a profit maximizing strategy.
As soon as the crypto portfolio is up and running, you should start buying crypto assets to capitalize on the profits.
For this example we’ll be buying crypto stocks.
Now you can sell crypto assets as you see fit to capitalize.
For the purposes here, I’m just going to be selling all of my Bitcoin Cash holdings, but you can also sell some of your Litecoin holdings as well.
If you’re not interested in buying crypto investments outright, you can convert them into a fiat-like currency, like Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, or Dogecoin.
I’m going to convert the Litecoin portfolio into USD, so I’m paying USD for the Litecoins in this example.
Now that you have your fiat-backed crypto investments converted into crypto investments, you’ll want to use that money to purchase crypto assets you see that are more profitable.
For example, if I’m interested in purchasing $10 a day in cryptocurrency, I’d first sell all of the LiteCoin holdings, then buy some of the crypto holdings.
If I’m still interested in selling crypto investments in the future, I can continue to buy crypto assets until I’m earning enough to pay for crypto.
In my case, I would sell all my Litecoin assets, then purchase more Litecoin to make up for the lost crypto holdings in the previous step.
Now it’s time to convert that money into fiat.
As I said earlier, the crypto investments you converted into fiat were the ones that were more profitable to sell for cash.
You’ll have a $5,000 profit-making profit when you convert your fiat investments into Bitcoin Cash or Litecoin.
But that $5K doesn’t come close to the $100K I would make with this strategy.
You might think that, but here’s how: Step 10.
Now, I don’t want to get too much into the math here.
So let’s just assume you have $100 in fiat assets and $10 in crypto investments.
So for this example you’d start out by buying $100 crypto investments to convert to Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin (or DogeCoin).
You can sell Litecoin as well, but let’s assume you only have $10.
If there’s still room to make more money with this tactic, you could then sell Litecoins to make the $10 crypto investments more profitable and buy more crypto assets in the process.
For a complete strategy that includes all the steps listed above, you’d need to sell your fiat holdings to make $100, then $100 for crypto assets (with or without Litecoin), and $100 with or without crypto assets if you want to make a profit.
If this strategy still doesn’t work out for you, it’s important to remember that you’re only taking in a fraction of your crypto assets that you invested in.
For an example of this, I want to sell LiteCoin, and buy a few crypto assets so I can maximize the return.
This strategy can also be used for a reverse profit-shifting strategy, in which you sell a crypto asset and buy crypto investments from another crypto asset that’s better than the one you invested your crypto into.
If the strategy works for you and you can find a way to make money with your crypto holdings, there are still a few things you should keep in mind: Step 15.
If your portfolio is overvalued, you need to be careful not to overinvest in a portfolio that’s undervalued.
It’s common for investors to overprice certain crypto assets based on the assumption that the market is overpriced, but this is not always the case.
You should also know that your portfolio