An open question for the house
What are good assets to hold?
  1. Bitcoin
  2. Cash
  3. Equities

What are good liabilities to hold?
  1. NONE

Debt = Slavery
Josh Kohn-Lindquist's avatar
A blend of all 3 for me, wish I could get to 5%, 5%, 90% over time.
Joe Burnett's avatar
@joryko I’m positive that’s achievable with a long-term view and broad diversification for risk management.
Conor Mac's avatar
2 & 3 for me.

Bitcoin is a liability.
Scoreboard Investor's avatar
2 & 3. We probably keep more cash than others would recommend, but it is peace of mind. Slowly building investment account to continue to grow
Hedge Vision's avatar
2 and 3, only crypto that interests me is $USDC due to the interest it pays out
Alex's avatar
Mostly 2 & 3 but I still think it is worth it to sprinkle a bit of 1 in there
Joe Burnett's avatar
@alex18 affirmative! a lot couldn’t see the bigger picture
frank civitello's avatar
I think 2 and 3 . Cash will always allow immediate mobility/flexibility
Leon's avatar
2 & 3
Golden Lake Partners's avatar
Chinese or Swedish government bonds
BanklessDAO's avatar
We're fans of crypto assets, but right now the answer for most people is probably mostly cash, then equities. Having a smidge of your portfolio in Ethereum and Bitcoin isn't a terrible idea as long as you don't overdo it. Not for everyone of course. Not investment advice.