Portfolio rebalancing is the process of adjusting the weights of assets in an investment portfolio to maintain a desired level of asset allocation.
Dollar-cost averaging is investing a fixed amount of money at regular intervals over time, regardless of market conditions.
Re-evaluating your holdings means reviewing your investments to determine if they are still appropriate for your goals, risk tolerance, and investment time horizon.
Fundamental analysis is a method of evaluating the intrinsic value of an asset by analyzing its underlying economic and financial factors such as company earnings, financial statements, and industry trends.
Long-term planning means developing a strategy for investing in digital assets with a focus on long-term growth potential and considering factors such as project development, adoption rate, and regulatory developments.