Greetings LEO Investors!
The LEO Curator blog intends to compile all top curated #steemleo posts for the convenience of other LEO users in search for time worthy posts.
The contents that I will be curating & promoting doesn’t necessarily suggest to anyone to follow it. As I mentioned, my journey in the SteemLeo tribe is for my own learning only and that I’m just sharing it to the community. It is always advised for anyone to do their own research in any article that I will be showcasing to my blog.
Although it’s still too early to assume anything for the future of Steem Leo, I believe that it will be a tribe that will take the Steem blockchain into a higher level that it is now.
Featured post #01 by @rollandthomas
”Instead of looking at financial markets or asset classes on an individual basis, intermarket analysis looks at several strongly correlated markets or asset classes, such as stocks, bonds and commodities. This type of analysis expands on simply looking at each individual market or asset in isolation by also looking at other markets or assets that have a strong relationship to the market or asset being considered.”
Featured post #02 by @phabulu
”Litecoin is expected to gradually become scarcer in the market due to the halving that will take place on the 5th.
A rule incorporated into the litecoin code (LTC) is set to reduce rewards soon for miners who today guarantee transaction processing on the world's fourth largest blockchain in full value.”
Featured post #03 by @flezy
”You can't talk about the crypto space without mentioning Bitcoin, this is because it is the first cryptocurrency ever created. Despite its uniqueness in terms of decentralization etc, it still has its shortcomings which can be seen in terms low speed, high energy consumption which all leads to lack scalability; that is to say for blockchain to be scalable wherein it will satisfy the needs of users it needs to be fast, environmentally friendly etc.”
Featured post #04 by @shortsegments
”One way to use options to protect you from losses is to buy a Put option. Put options give you the right to sell someone your stock at a previously agreed upon price. It is like insurance for your stock investment. In fact the money you pay to purchase the Put option is called a Premium, just like the payment you make for your car or homeowners insurance. The Put option serves the same purpose, it protects you from a loss. And just like your insurance you have to pay for a Put every month. I believe that put options were one of the first products sold on the options market.”
Featured post #05 by @shanghaipreneur
”Built on The Bund during the glory days of pre-war Shanghai in the classic Gothic style of the Chicago school of architecture that dots much of the Puxi area today, the art deco building that housed the Cathay Hotel played host to many artisans during the brief time that Shanghai was the center of the burgeoning global entertainment industry.”
That’s all I have for now folks! See you on the upcoming days for any update on the curation project.