From deep dives to long commutes, cryptocurrency magnet Ian King appreciates all of his life experiences because they resulted in who he is today. It’s the early bird mentality, the ability to assess risk, the courage to react with confidence and anticipate critical junctures that all combine and lead to success in any business venture. Born and raised on Jersey’s shores, Ian King’s career in finance branches out from his love of humanity.
Ian King officially earned advanced education degrees in human psychology and medicine. But as a product of the era, day trading consistently caught his attention and he’s good at it still. He retired at a young age with successful career tenures at prestigious firms and corporations. He contributed positive gains at Salomon Brothers, Citigroup and Peahi Capital. Still actively interested in money markets, he decided to join Banyan Hill Publishing to add a dimension of financial analysis demystification. He heads their informative newsletter publication “Crypto Profit Trader.” Learn more at cryptoprofitsummit.com to know more.
Ian King’s newsletter enjoys an increasingly grateful audience. Recognizing Ian’s success in the cryptocurrency market, his readership admires his foresight and gumption. He reports lucrative investment transactions with Zero X and Ark, turning $1k USD into $6,270 and $2,320 USD respectively. Ian King keeps a watchful eye on Bitcoin, Ripple, Zero X, Ark, Factom Charts, Monero and Litecoin and all others. Then he submits his findings and expectations in an analytical format readily digestible with a cup of morning joe or an evening nightcap of prosecco.
Ian King suggests a resurgence in bond investments. He explains that bonds are often neglected, so much so that finance leaders have attempted to manipulate the appearance of risk regarding other investment instruments in order to drive people to bonds. As he explains it, the hope was to cause potential investors to embrace Thatcher’s ‘TINA’ mentality. That is, ‘There Is No Alternative.’ But delving into the minds of people is not always as simple as a scare tactic. Ian King continues to rely on presenting professional analyses in order to reason with his followers.