The latest Bitcoin rally and more and more serious investors investing a (small) part of their investment into cryptocurrencies make me think that crypto is something all of us should have in our portfolios (reasonable quantities/percentages of course).
The problem is that the market is much more volatile than the stock market. It is impossible to say whether the current Bitcoin high is just the begin of an ascent to new heights or whether the bubble will burst and the rate falls back to where it was a few months ago. But even in this case it is likely that crypto will stay relevant.
To counter to problem of volatility, I thought of opting for a Bitcoin saving plan (in German “Sparplan”), that would invest a couple of hundred CHF into bitcoin every month, either automatically (as in a Sparplan) or manually. That would allow me to do “Dollar Cost Averaging” on a highly volatile investment. I have read this forum for quite a while now and know that views on Dollar-Cost-Averaging for ETFs/stocks differ. However I would be interested to know what you guys think about it for crypto?