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Subtexts, Semantic Web, Disregard, and Conflicts of Interest in Cryptocurrency Investments.

 It’s mid-April, 2021, and Coinbase’s public debut on the stock market was a widely-touted news topic, in the weeks and days leading up to the popular cryptocurrency trading and investment web | app being offered itself as a trading commodity, as that it is the first Wall Street stock offering in the cryptocurrency industry category.  What became of it, upon initial trading days having transpired, at this point, is a somewhat nominal concept. What sort of real intrinsic significance, or difference, for that matter, could really be expected, somewhat , of the notion that investing in the platform and company, itself, is a somewhat more moderate and conservative notion from what sorts of excitement the cryptocurrency commodities themselves , had been playing out, for traders and investors who had been using Coinbase and Coinbase Pro, the companion app, where several dozen, or so, cryptocurrency products had been trading and swinging up and down, back and forth, with great volatility and

Faults of Character in Investments: the Personae.

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 In investing, particularly for the generally uninformed and dilettante sorts;  various types of flaws of character come to the foray; particularly if one could be seen to be faulty in character. This subject applies to us, succinctly, for that we could (or might) care to try our hand at investing at our age (I'm gearing my content, in this case, to the post-college aged-ish through millennial demographic). Like my target demographic, I am somewhat the speculative investor: new to forex trading, which can move fast, due to the volatility of foreign and global currency markets, (some, and at times, as well - of various means and meanings of times, at that),  given the increased leverage on margin which is afforded to the investor in forex. As such, that the forex markets seem to be a compelling platform for establishing a trading hobby, as a slight towards for a cottage industry professionalism, that things could aught be, given forex trading as the subject, it would be more fruitfu