Mountains and Valleys

@MavStrategy

Assets Copying Strategy

€366,713.30

No. of copiers

245

Mountains and Valleys Strategy Performance

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From
Nov 28, 2022
To
Dec 5, 2022
Mountains and Valleys
Bitcoin

Returns

Overview
Avg. by month
Return (24h)
+2.83%
Return (7D)
+7.41%
Return (1M)
-25.21%
Return (1Y)
-70.84%
May 2019
+1073%
Jun 2019
-355%
Jul 2019
-16.04%
Aug 2019
-24.7%
Sep 2019
-8.4%
Oct 2019
+11.88%
Nov 2019
-4.8%
Dec 2019
-13.28%
Jan 2020
+41.09%
Feb 2020
+16.03%
Mar 2020
-2.36%
Apr 2020
+21.85%
May 2020
+6.97%
Jun 2020
+1.37%
Jul 2020
+32.57%
Aug 2020
+52.08%
Sep 2020
-35.72%
Oct 2020
-17.54%
Nov 2020
+46.73%
Dec 2020
+20.13%
Jan 2021
+115.09%
Feb 2021
+52.72%
Mar 2021
+22.33%
Apr 2021
+8.81%
May 2021
-30.09%
Jun 2021
-6.39%
Jul 2021
+18.68%
Aug 2021
+28.77%
Sep 2021
+8.25%
Oct 2021
+42.81%
Nov 2021
+15.75%
Dec 2021
-10.26%
Jan 2022
-32.01%
Feb 2022
-7.06%
Mar 2022
+9.18%
Apr 2022
-8.95%
May 2022
-27.59%
Jun 2022
-40.11%
Jul 2022
+43.03%
Aug 2022
-9.55%
Sep 2022
-10.06%
Oct 2022
+15.2%
Nov 2022
-22.21%

My Investment

Profit Taken
€0.00
0.00%
Profit/Loss
€0.00
0.00%
You Have:
€0.00

About this strategy

Mountains and Valleys tackles the cyclical nature of the cryptocurrency markets by aggressively rebalancing investments between fiat, btc and alts.

Strategy status
No rules
No rules
0 rules active
Rebalance done
Rebalance status
100%

Fees of this Strategy

(set by the Strategist)
Management Fee
Copy fee (Yearly)
2.50%
Entry Fee
Performance fee (Weekly )
2.50%
Exit costSell/Exit cost (per transaction)0.50%

Structure changes

Last structure change
Jun 16, 2022, 8:43:22 AM
Number of structure change in last 30 days
0
Performance
1D
7D
1M
3M
6M
1Y
All
Return
+2.57%
+7.14%
-25.40%
-21.09%
-31.24%
-70.91%
+418.85%
Volatility
N/A
+2.65%
+4.80%
+3.58%
+4.04%
+4.22%
+4.25%
Max. Drawdown
N/A
-4.71%
-32.70%
-35.59%
-41.68%
-76.85%
-77.44%

News Feed

Just when things started to look a bit better again, the unimaginable happened: FTX, the US based crypto exchange founded by Sam Bankman-Fried experienced a bank run and it quickly became apparent that FTX did not have the necessary funds available to satisfy their client's withdrawal requests.


It's currently hard to come up with an interpretation of the situation that doesn't involve malicious intent on the side of FTX and Sam Bankman-Fried's other big entity, Alameda. This situation has surprised even the most hard-boiled crypto enthusiasts and made many question their involvement in the space.


Seen from another perspective, it was again a highly centralized and known to be extremely predatory organization that blew up, not any of the technologies or protocols that we are actually here for. Let's hope that with time the original ideas of crypto prevail, the few remaining good actors in the space keep their faith and help rebuild what's been destroyed by the greed of others.

2 people like this

Expected the unexpected. Specially in crypto 😂

@CARUS_AR_BV thanks, man, and do keep hanging in there with us.

The crypto market remains in what looks like a bottoming phase. A lot of experienced crypto traders are confused by the fact that Ethereum rests around 60% above its June 2022 low, while Bitcoin, usually the leader of the market, briefly touched new lows yesterday.


This deviation quite likely has fundamental reasons in the upcoming switch of Ethereum from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake. "The Merge" will greatly reduce Ethereum inflation and thus is likely to act as a bullish catalyst on a longer time frame.


Will the market touch the lows again or even suffer another 50% breakdown like it did in previous bottoming phases? Nobody knows, but if history rhymes, it's quite plausible that the few remaining months between now and the end of the year will mark the bottom, and that a very slow recovery awaits us in 2023.


We are playing the long game, hodl, and look forward to the crypto crazyness that will certainly go down during The Merge. 🐼

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The Merge will most likely be just a sell the news event.

Crypto experienced an impressive series of disasters in the past few months: the Luna collapse, followed by the insolvency of 3 Arrows Capital, Celsius and several others.


Amidst the fallout of these events, the market put in a temporary bottom in June and has since recovered quite a bit.


Bearish sentiment however remains dominant and we maintain our conservative structure. All in all, there's currently not much more to do than observe the situation.


We believe that price wise, the majors are closer to a bottom than to the last top, but time wise, the market could still take a while to digest the massive uncertainties that sprung from the above events and the precarious global macro situation.

5 people like this

Some signs of a relief bounce.


Deploying our last fiat, staying mostly in $ETH and $BTC with a small punt in $FXS , it dipped a lot because of $LUNA panic irrational contagion.

2 people like this

luna was really not nice experience. i would understand kill shib, doge and this crap, but luna looked like a solid asset.

Dire straits. We are selling a bit more USD, keeping a conservative structure.

3 people like this

A brutal and likely historical day in crypto, with the UST algorithmic stablecoin on the verge of collapse. We put 1/4 of our USD back into the market, as this is definitely a "blood in the streets" moment.

5 people like this

Hmm, either this is the end of the crypto world as we know it, or the beginning of something new, or just a fluke. Nobody really knows, so we are rebalancing. Keeping the defensive structure. 

4 people like this

first time I’ve heard that in the crypto world 👀

Reducing risk here while we observe whether this recent recovery was just a dead cat bounce. The overall market sentiment remains bearish and we could be in for more pain.

2 people like this

Quick rebalance to take wonderful gains on FXS and Near.

6 people like this

Congratulations on nice gains!

In the past weeks, crypto managed to maintain a local uptrend in spite of dire macro conditions. With individual alts flaring up occasionally, it's mostly Bitcoin and Ethereum leading the recovery. Too early to celebrate (and not really a time for celebrations in any case), we maintain the current portfolio and do a regular rebalance.

4 people like this

Fantastic... just -30% left. :D