- Xalles Holdings has built a fintech services operation that focuses on an acquisition and accelerator mentoring strategy for establishing revenue partners and subsidiaries
- Xalles’ revenue sharing agreement partner, ATN Trading, recently issued an article showing how its trading engine helped an investor through scalp trading (or “micro trading”) on a cost averaging basis as he rides out crypto market volatility and looks to potentially profit, even in a down cycle
- Xalles recently reported its fifth consecutive quarter of revenue generation as the company’s subsidiaries push toward profitability and positioning the company as a dominant provider of fintech payment systems
Fintech holding company Xalles Holdings Inc. (OTC: XALL) is citing a recent article on bitcoin trading strategy issued by its revenue sharing agreement partner as a means by which savvy investors can maximize their profits amid the ever-volatile mood swings of the crypto market.
The article, by All The Numbers Trading Company LLC (d/b/a ATN Trading) President Brian Groot, proposes micro trading in the crypto market instead of adhering to the common adage that “it’s better to HODL than to trade.” His argument is that HODLing may allow an investor to eventually benefit as crypto bought at the peak of a cycle’s swing regains value after a market dip, but micro trading on a cost averaging basis can allow an investor to minimize the risks of price dips and actually come out ahead of a HODLing investor (http://ibn.fm/uFgkW).
Groot provides an example in which a new investor trading on ATN’s cryptocurrency trading engine recently put $10,000 into bitcoin (BTC) using a Coinbase Pro exchange account and a micro cost averaging strategy of buying .002 BTC at $5 intervals over time. The strategy included a sell order triggered whenever bitcoin’s price was 1.3 percent higher than the price at which the investor bought.
The example shows how, after 3,730 such micro trades during the course of two months, the investor’s portfolio value stood at $8,967.62, whereas simply buying and HODLing the cryptocurrency would have resulted in a portfolio of $7,368.41 – 22 percent less – at a time when the investor’s portfolio is already valued below the initial investment because of the market dip.
If the investor had settled for a HODLing strategy, his portfolio would be down 26 percent from its initial purchase price, but micro trading on a cost averaging basis through ATN’s engine mitigated that loss favorably by 10.3 percent. Since the investor didn’t cash out after those two months, there is still a good likelihood of seeing the investment’s return enter positive territory if the BTC price rises back above the peak where the cryptocurrency was purchased, Groot added.
“As the price of Bitcoin continues to show reliable volatility, there is a very real likelihood that… (the investor’s) portfolio value will exceed his original $10,000 investment EVEN before the price of BTC reaches his original entry point,” he continued.
Bitcoin has experienced a series of significant drops since rallying to August highs, putting its status as a cryptocurrency market driver in question (http://ibn.fm/rqgju), but companies such as ATN and Xalles are dedicated believers in the market who have “already accepted the risk and bitcoin’s volatility,” as Groot noted.
Xalles is focused on payment systems and solutions, actively searching for fintech acquisitions of merit and helping those acquisitions grow with financial, management and business development support as they are placed into a relevant program or subsidiary. The company’s subsidiaries provide investment management, post-payment auditing using a proprietary software platform, payment card financial services and rewards programs that include non-profit fundraising platforms.
Xalles CEO Thomas Nash noted in a September NetworkNewsAudio interview that the company’s revenue stream depends on a diversity of operations that have a common element – a business model that will set up a payment or financial transaction toll gate of some type (http://ibn.fm/86485).
The company’s client projects have included working with the U.S. Department of Defense, Mastercard, Citibank and U.S. Bank. Xalles recently reported its fifth consecutive revenue-producing quarter and plans for building revenues as it rolls out services and its proprietary technology during the coming year (http://ibn.fm/fGwZc).
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