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Creating a $20,000 Bitcoin Investment PortfolioHow To Build A Position In Bitcoin With $20 000?

Hello everyone!

I’m new to the world of Bitcoin and I’m looking for some advice on how to build a position in Bitcoin with $20,000. I understand that Bitcoin is a volatile asset and I want to make sure I’m taking the right steps to ensure a successful investment.

I’m looking for advice on the best way to go about investing this amount of money. Should I invest it all at once or spread it out over time? What strategies should I use to maximize my return? Are there any risks I should be aware of?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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47 thoughts on “Creating a $20,000 Bitcoin Investment PortfolioHow To Build A Position In Bitcoin With $20 000?”

  1. DCA is good but it’s pre halving and time is running out. A good strat might be lump sum 10k and if we get a crash throw the rest in. If no crash in a few months DCA the rest in. I am doing DCA right now but I already have a decent position.

  2. The right move here is 20k lump sum, take that to compound d borrow 50% on stables, use 5k for options (earnings week) next month and 5k remaining for dca… Unless you have the balls to do an alt something in the top 20 and wait for it

  3. DCA, try and do an amount which will allocate all of your funds by the halving.

    So maybe something around 3k a month. If there is a big dip. For example BTC goes below 20k, I would increase my DCA or do a lump sum.

    Anything under 30k is good, under 25k great, under 20k amazing.

  4. At the current price, you can go all in at once, or do a weekly 2500. It doesn’t matter in the long-run. More importantly, where do you intend to store the bitcoin? Get a cold wallet if you don’t already have one.

  5. Asymmetric risk to the upside IMO. Could Bitcoin head to $20-22k? Sure. Lower is possible but likelihood of a bear market bottom being in is high.

    Where’s the upside potential this cycle- let’s say $200k. A 10x return for a risk of 20% loss. That’s the way I’m thinking about it, which means I’m almost certainly wrong and it’s going lower or won’t make a new ATH or something else crazy.

    Happy path -> ETF approved, halving, QE all in the first half off next year leads to six figure BTC.

    Unhappy path -> All ETFs rejected, no QE until 2025/26, muted bull market and back into a bear market

  6. After the halvening, miners turn off their gpus as it’s no longer profitable and they jump ship and sell. So around the halvening early on 2024.

    But for now, setup a CEX account, and a hardware wallet, and do a test transaction to make sure the CEX is faithful. Do a test transaction when you buy large too, try and move it right after you buy, you may only be able to do chunks of 5k on something like Google pay through coin base. Up to you, there may be better CEX available.

  7. If one believes in the 4 year cycle and/or the rainbow chart, we are currently in a relatively low price. Most likely the 15800 was the bottom.

    With the price currently sitting at around 26500, that’s roughly:

    – 67% up from the lows.
    – 250% away from the precious ATH

    So if you believe BTC will go back to or near ATH, it might be a good bet to just buy. Waiting for lower prices would have a negative risk/reward ratio.

    Just my personal opinion. I am no investment specialist. Just a dude paying attention.


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