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How To Ride The Bitcoin Wave Without Actually Investing In It

I don’t and can’t recommend bitcoin (or any other cryptocurrency) to clients. Nor do I think that digital currencies, which are risky and highly complex, are a good fit for most investors. But there are ways to take advantage of the rise in bitcoin without actually investing in it directly.
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