Hard times require sudden changes and creative ideas on how to manage your investments. That is what we’re covering in this article - straight to the topic.
The first way of surviving a bear market and probably the easiest is using the safest and most predictable options of storing your assets: stablecoins, Ethereum and Bitcoin.
Even though stablecoins are all about being stable (sounds pretty awkward), they still have a risk of collapsing and losing their price as it was with UST as well as they require you to react quickly to all the sudden rate changes, so you don’t miss any profit.
Ethereum and Bitcoin
The two coins with the highest user loyalty because of how secure and actively used they are. These two are still likely to have rate growth in the future because the whole industry is relying on them and no matter what happens with the DeFi sector, they will still be in demand due to all the functionality they are providing.
Mixing the assets in your portfolio might also be a thing in case you are looking more for profit other than just not losing your money. However, keep in mind that the risks are much bigger than with a conservative portfolio. The assets in a moderate portfolio might be a mix of Ethereum and Bitcoin as well as a bunch of other big projects like Solana, Avalanche, Near or Harmony.
Ethereum and BTC
Those two are needed for support and maintenance, due to their relative stability and high utility. In case all the other coins crash, these two will help you not to sink too deep.
In case the whole market increases rates, you can make profit by buying sidecoins on their low and selling when the price jumps. However, there is still a chance of them dumping.
This one only suits the experienced traders, who are good at predicting risks and finding the right opportunities. A risky portfolio might consist of 50% Top-30 market currencies, 20% stablecoins and 30% futures. That way risks become incredibly high, but the division between different asset types can also give you much profit.
The way you manage your assets is completely up to you, but always remember to consider the risks you might face while going for spontaneous investments.