Ethereum Busts $3K, Up 1,378% in the Last 12 Months. Here’s How To Go for Even Larger Gains
Believe it or not, there are now 7,000 cryptocurrencies in the world today … trading on 459 different crypto exchanges … and boasting a total market cap of $2.37 trillion.
That’s bigger than the market cap of Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL), Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL) or Facebook, Inc. (Nasdaq: FB).
But from the vast array of cryptos, how do you choose the best ones?
A great place to start is Ethereum (ETH).
Just last night, for example, Ethereum catapulted past $3,000 and just kept going up.
Right now, it’s up 8.1% in the last 24 hours ...
Up 37% in the last seven days …
Up 48.2% in the last 30 days …
Up 1,377.9% in the last year and …
Up by more than 3,500% since we called the bottom of the market in December of 2018.
So, over the last two and a half years, no matter when you might have bought it, you’d most likely be making a lot of money right now.
And we are very confident the biggest gains are yet to come.
But just buying and holding Ethereum is not the most profitable way to make money in cryptocurrencies.
Not by a long shot!
And it’s certainly not the only one we’d recommend for investors or traders.
To review all of our top-rated cryptos, follow these steps:
Step 1. In your browser, just type in weisscrypto.com.
Step 2. If you already have a free account, sign in. If not, be sure to sign up. This will give you the ability to create a personal watchlist. You will not only be able to see the current ratings of the top cryptos, but you can also get email alerts whenever there’s an upgrade or downgrade (see below).
Step 3. To view the top-rated coins now, click on “Coin Ratings”:
Scroll down a bit and check out the first table, “Top Coins by Rating.” If you wish to see more, look to the bottom right corner of the table for “Click here to see all.”
Step 4. There, you should see the top coins by their overall rating.
These are the world’s first and ONLY cryptocurrency ratings by a financial ratings agency, Weiss Ratings. And as with all our ratings in all sectors, we never accept compensation of any kind from the entities we rate.
Our independence means unbiased analysis, and unbiased analysis leads to better accuracy.
That helps explain how our ratings were able to warn investors away from cryptocurrencies near their euphoric peak in 2018 when it seemed everyone was going gaga over crypto.
Plus, it helps explain why we told investors it was finally time to buy again when they hit rock bottom one year later, precisely when everyone seemed to hate crypto.
Any cryptos meriting a Weiss Rating of “B-” or higher (in the green) means “Buy.”
Good luck and God bless!
Martin D. Weiss, PhD
Weiss Ratings Founder