By Cointelegraph By Brayden LindreaColleagues, family, Fear of Missing Out, First-Time Investment, Friends, Quiz, retirement, social media, speculation, United States Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
A survey from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) suggests that new crypto investors tended to be swayed by suggestions from friends, compared to equities or bond investors.
Some investment experts believe adding digital assets to retirement funds could make sense when the market becomes more stable, but not right now.
Four Republican senators have signed on to a bill aimed at barring the U.S. Department of Labor from investigating individuals “using brokerage windows to invest in cryptocurrency”.
The financial watchdogs targeted self-directed individual retirement accounts with potential exposure to crypto in a warning to investors.
Considering investing in cryptocurrencies for the long run? Roth IRAs and other tax advantages investment vehicles are worth considering.
The global economy is tumbling, but we might be able to find some hope in cryptocurrencies.
Crypto critic Elizabeth Warren and two colleagues write to the Fidelity CEO again to express their displeasure with crypto-exposed 401(k) offerings.
Last week was marked by reinvigorated discussion on crypto 401(k) among high-profile US policymakers.
Individuals typically do not need to worry about capital gains taxes while trading in an IRA. For crypto investors, this could be an attractive feature.
The percentage was marginally higher than those who said they would rather use savings and stocks to meet the same ends.