When people or institutions look for investment options, most consider investing in commercial loans, real estate, financing start-ups, and other conventional options. However, these investors fail to consider risks like a business failing, affecting their expected returns. Unfortunately, many investments are not so attractive given their low returns and risks. Luckily, investors have an alternative investment option, which is cryptocurrencies. If you are a novice investor or even a veteran, you can check out the best place to buy cryptocurrency and invest in the latest and most promising option.
So, why should you consider investing in cryptocurrencies?
Cryptos Have High Liquidity
Liquidity, or the ability to turn your asset into cash, is one the most significant aspects of any asset. The good news is that digital currencies are highly liquid by their nature, meaning you can buy and sell them without many challenges. Due to the trading platforms’ technological organization, the investors or traders can use many tools and tactics, for example, algorithm-based trading and limit orders to liquidate these digital assets. Therefore, if you are looking for an investment option that you can quickly turn into cash, look no further than cryptos.
They Have Potential for Incredible Returns
Although cryptos have been in existence for not so many years, they have shown that they can be more lucrative than most other investment options. If we consider an investment like the US stocks, the highest return you could anticipate from it is around 20%, and is deemed quite an impressive result. Conversely, digital currencies tend to show colossal price changes over relatively shorter duration.
This means they offer a chance to make huge profits, but they are risky since you could also lose your invested capital. However, there is never certainty about high yields, so taking a calculated risk is worth it because the potential for high returns that cryptos present are almost impossible to find in other assets.
Cryptocurrencies Offer Independence and Flexibility
Unlike fixing fiat currencies in fixed deposit accounts or investing in other options which put you at the mercy of other people, cryptocurrencies give you independence and flexibility. Digital currencies are independent investment vehicles, and up to now, no jurisdiction across the globe can fully control their flow and use. That way, when you have cryptocurrencies, you are entirely free from restrictions and the influence of external factors. The assets are also so flexible because you can buy or sell them at any time and have no worries about charges by banks.…
Erewash Valley CAMRA
Welcome to the web-site of Erewash Valley CAMRA. Inaugurated in March 2000, having lived in the shadow of Nottingham CAMRA as a sub-branch for many years, we are going from strength to strength. Branch membership is up to 190, our first Beer Festival in November 2000 was a great success and we regularly get 10% of the branch turning up to our monthly meetings – things are going well.
But that doesn’t mean that we should be complacent. Our regional breweries are still under threat of closure – Mansfield has seen better days, and the Lord only knows what’s going to finally happen to Bass. Non-brewing pub-chains are expanding, and cheap discount-beer pubs are springing up all over the place. CAMRA still needs active members, they still need help with campaigning and they still need you.
A Bit About Us
Time for a bit of a confession… we are not primarily a campaigning branch of CAMRA. Shocking, I know, but we’re nestled between the two huge branches of Nottingham and Derby – we came into existence through neither Derby nor Nottingham being bothered to cover the areas that we do, and grew as a social branch. We go out a lot, meet a lot, socialise a lot and try to cover a lot of pubs in several different towns.
Of course, we support CAMRA as much as any other branch, but our time and effort seems better spent just getting CAMRA noticed – we meet in different pubs each month, have a Beer Festival with a local council each year and do a quarterly newsletter to lots of local pubs. We get seen to be active by our entire area and that, as far as we are concerned, is more important. It does have the side effect that we have to go out a lot, but that’s just a cross that we have to bear!
Contacting the Branch
There are many ways to contact the branch. Here is a fairly-definitive list:
Come to one of our many branch meetings – check the Social link for more details
Send an email to any of the committee – check the Committee link for more details
Give the Chairman, John Parkes, a ring on (0115) 849-1354
Send a fax to the Editor, Andrew Kane, on (0115) 877-8097
Send a general email to the branch…