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  • Look, man, let's talk about what's going on here because, you know, I remember introducing you, doing the topics of, like 16, 17 and 18, and that's 17, 18 and 19, and now it's 20.

    聽著,夥計,我們來談談這裡的情況,因為,你知道,我記得我介紹過你,做的題目是,比如16、17和18,那是17、18和19,現在是20。

  • I mean, that's a lot of years in the row where you are picking the number one crypto.

    我的意思是,這已經是連續很多年了,你都在選擇第一加密貨幣。

  • Um, I don't know of an equivalent on that on Wall Street Teak.

    嗯,我不知道華爾街柚木上有同等的產品。

  • I was thinking back to our days when we used to be in the stock market.

    我想起了我們以前在股市裡的日子。

  • In the bond market.

    在債券市場上。

  • I don't know of a guy or a woman who is that consistent in those markets.

    我不知道有哪個男人或女人在這些市場上那麼穩定。

  • How are you able to do this?

    你是怎麼做到的?

  • It's a crystal ball.

    這是一個水晶球。

  • It's, uh, you have some relationship with a higher power.

    這是,呃,你有一些關係 與更高的權力。

  • What's actually going on here?

    這裡到底發生了什麼?

  • You know, a lot of people will try to put it down to luck, and I will say that you can get lucky in a bull market, right?

    你知道,很多人都會試圖把它歸結為運氣,我想說的是,在牛市中,你可以得到幸運,對嗎?

  • Let's say you're just you.

    就說你只是你自己。

  • You look into the market, Yeah, you pick a couple of coins pretty much anything will go up in a bull market.

    你看看市場,對,你選幾個幣差不多什麼都會在牛市中漲。

  • But to do to be successful in a bear market and to predict a bear market, which I have done both.

    但要做到在低迷的市場中成功,預測低迷的市場,我都做到了。

  • That kind of separates the amateurs from the people that really know what they're doing, you know, And at the risk of breaking my arm, patting myself on the back what what I've been able to do is consistently deliver results to my readers, no matter the market environment.

    那種分離的業餘愛好者從人 真正知道他們在做什麼,你知道,並在風險打破我的手臂,拍拍我自己的背什麼我已經能夠做的是持續提供結果給我的讀者,無論市場環境。

  • Right.

    好吧,我知道了

  • And so, to answer your question, how have I been able to do that?

    所以,回答你的問題,我是怎麼做到的?

  • I've been able to do that because I've been able to plug in to the people that are building these ecosystems, right?

    我之所以能夠做到這一點,是因為我能夠插手到那些正在建立這些生態系統的人身上,對吧?

  • So from the people that fund them the VCs, the family offices to the people that helped direct some of that funding, like project managers and then the actual people themselves writing the code behind these projects and then the experts that evaluate all these different projects and our friends with all these people and all these different projects.

    是以,從資助他們的人,風險投資公司,家族辦公室,到幫助指導一些資金的人,如項目經理,然後實際的人自己編寫這些項目背後的代碼,然後是評估所有這些不同項目的專家,以及我們與所有這些人和所有這些不同項目的朋友。

  • I have relationships at every level of that value stack of information, and it took me years to develop those relationships to create that trust.

    我在這個價值資訊堆棧的每個層面都有關係,我花了很多年時間來發展這些關係,以創造這種信任。

  • Um, and from that, I'm able to create this this kind of mosaic pattern of information from all these different sources and make a determination as to which of these projects are going to make it right now.

    嗯,從這一點,我能夠創建這種這種馬賽克模式的資訊從所有這些不同的來源,並作出決定,這些項目中的哪些是要使它現在。

  • Does that mean every project I recommend makes it?

    這是否意味著我推薦的每個項目都能成功?

  • No, absolutely not.

    不,絕對不是。

  • But the way that I've structured my approach is that we take a small uniform positions across a a broad portfolio of names.

    但我構建方法的方式是,我們在廣泛的名字組合中採取小規模的統一倉位。

  • And that way, if one or two just don't work out because the other ones that do work out go up so much 100 x 200 x 300 X, they invalidate any loss that we may have and then give my readers literally the opportunity to change their life of, you know, $1000 investments.

    而這樣一來,如果一兩個只是不工作,因為其他的工作了這麼多100×200×300 X,他們無效的任何損失,我們可能有,然後給我的讀者從字面上改變他們的生活的機會,你知道,1000美元的投資。

  • And I don't know of any other asset class in the world that can do that.

    而我不知道世界上還有哪種資產類別能做到這一點。

  • Other than Cryptocurrency.

    除加密貨幣外,其他。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • You know, I think we were together last year in New York City.

    你知道,我想我們去年在紐約市在一起。

  • You've been over to London to see me.

    你去倫敦找我了。

  • You've been in my place for dinner and I've seen the pictures.

    你在我家吃過飯,我也看過照片。

  • You know of you on the private jets and you're going to Switzerland.

    你知道你在私人飛機上,你要去瑞士。

  • You're going to Russia, you want to place in the Caribbean, and I'm just like in the days of the year that you're traveling.

    你要去俄羅斯,你要去加勒比海的地方,我就像在你旅遊的日子裡。

  • Sometimes I mean, people don't understand how plugged in you are.

    有時候,我是說,人們不明白你有多堵。

  • Um, and again, you can't get this info on a Google search, can you?

    嗯,再說一遍,你不能得到這些資訊 在谷歌搜索,你能嗎?

  • And that's why there's only one t ca, right?

    這就是為什麼只有一個T CA,對嗎?

  • So I would say one of the edges that I've had recently that's helped me throw up some amazing gains.

    所以我想說,我最近的一個優勢,就是幫助我拋出了一些驚人的收益。

  • I recommended a bunch of coins in the decentralized finance space in in December, and those coins are up as much as 600%.

    我在12月份的時候推薦了一堆去中心化金融領域的幣,這些幣的漲幅高達600%。

  • 400% 300% 240%.

    400% 300% 240%.

  • I think the worst coins up 65 70%.

    我覺得最差的幣漲了65 70%。

  • And so one of the edges that I've had is I have connections with these a massive capital allocators, right, These venture capital firms that are now getting involved in Cryptocurrency But they're getting involved at very early stages.

    所以我的一個優勢就是我和這些大規模的資本分配者有聯繫,對吧,這些風險投資公司現在正在介入加密貨幣,但他們是在很早的階段就介入了。

  • So I find out where they're allocating their capital and they're allocating their capital before these coins trade.

    所以我發現他們的資金配置在哪裡,他們在這些幣交易之前就會配置資金。

  • So I know if I know.

    所以我知道如果我知道。

  • Okay, this guy over here in X y Z management firm and I can't mention the name is just an absolute beast in the market, right?

    好吧,這邊X y Z管理公司的這個傢伙,我不能說名字,只是在市場上絕對是個野獸,對吧?

  • Has just an enormous following enormous capital behind him, and he's cutting a check for 20 million to a project.

    只是在他身後有一個巨大的追隨者巨大的資本,他給一個項目開出了2000萬的支票。

  • I know that project is going to work, right, so as soon as that coin comes out and it's available to buy bank, we put it in the portfolio.

    我知道那個項目是會成功的,對吧,所以只要那個幣出來了,可以買銀行了,我們就把它放在投資組合裡。

  • But if you don't have that relationship, if you don't know where that guy is, allocating is capital before the rest of the world does, then you don't know what to buy.

    但如果你沒有這種關係,如果你不知道那個人在哪裡,在世界其他地方之前分配是資本,那麼你就不知道該買什麼。

  • Uh, and if you can't tell the difference between a good capital Allocator and a bad capital Allocator, you might end up following the wrong guy.

    呃,如果你分不清一個好的資本分配者和一個壞的資本分配者之間的區別,你可能最終會跟錯人。

  • So again it's having this access and then being able to tell the good from the bad and being able to process all this disparate information and put it together in a coherent picture that then my readers can take advantage of.

    所以又是有這個權限,然後能夠分辨出好壞,能夠處理這些不同的資訊,把它整合成一個連貫的畫面,然後我的讀者就可以利用。

  • And I stand by my track record.

    而且我堅持我的記錄。

  • It's the greatest track record in the world of Cryptocurrency, probably in equities.

    這是加密貨幣世界中,可能是股票中最偉大的記錄。

  • There's no one that's come close to delivering the value and the gains that I have in my service.

    沒有人能夠接近提供我服務的價值和收穫。

  • One more word, Yeah, more, more, more.

    再多說一句,對,再多,再多,再多。

  • Uh huh.

    嗯哼。

Look, man, let's talk about what's going on here because, you know, I remember introducing you, doing the topics of, like 16, 17 and 18, and that's 17, 18 and 19, and now it's 20.

聽著,夥計,我們來談談這裡的情況,因為,你知道,我記得我介紹過你,做的題目是,比如16、17和18,那是17、18和19,現在是20。

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