As the crypto market continues to suffer from macroeconomic fears, the super trading bot Real Vision Bot reveals the allocation of its portfolio and that of experts in the sector.
Every week, the Real Vision robot publishes condensed portfolio allocation reports from professional crypto traders along with algorithmic assessments of its portfolio. His predictions, in the words of the founder of the Real Vision organization Raoul Pal, most often turn out to be “successful”. According to the latter, the performance of the bot reached 20% despite the bear market.
For this week, the bot report revealed a trend towards de-risking, as the majority of experts’ portfolios reflect a reduction in risk appetite. Many of them therefore favor dollar-referenced crypto products such as stablecoins.
Among the 11 cryptos that the experts have chosen for the week, USDC leads with an allocation decision of 33% followed by Ethereum, Binance, Chiliz and Bitcoin with an investment willingness valued at 22%
Just after these cryptos, we find the decentralized application Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR) and Polygon (MATIC) that 20% of experts have decided to include in their portfolio. Then, we find behind these projects, an approval vote of 11% for Decentraland (MANA), Cosmos (ATOM), Enjin (ENJ) and Solana (SOL). In the end, 10% of the experts responded that they wanted to include FTT token, the token of the FTX exchange.
What about the robot’s crypto wallet?
The allocation revealed above is that of the professional traders listed by the robot. As for his, it indicates a tendency to risk, because it does not contain any stablecoins contrary to the trend observed among professional traders.
In the foreground, the Real Vision Bot shows some interest in MATIC (27.9%), BNB (22.6%), CHZ (22.6%) and ATOM (14.8%) tokens. In the background, we find tokens whose allocation share does not even exceed 10%. In this category, there is QNT (3.42%), BTC (2.28%), ETH (2.28%), FIL (2.28%) and AAVE (1.7 1 %).
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