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Not to mention, there’s also the old investing adage, “buy low and sell high.” If you bought Ethereum right now, you’re buying high. If you still need reasons to avoid it, though, the Motley Fool makes a good case for keeping digital currency out of your portfolio: your investment options are limited, there aren’t any safety protocols, and most of us don’t really completely understand how they work. “Most people have no clue how Bitcoin or Ethereum work, or understand how they’re challenging monetary theory. That’s a dangerous formula for volatility and potential money loss,” writer Sean Williams says.
PARENTS ACTION: Parents also have a huge role play in the minimization of bullying in schools. They should talk to their child about the incident, listen to them without interrupting and ensure that the story is validated. They should not downplay any complaints about bullying and deal with every incident consistently. Parents should get the details of the incidents (where the bullying took place, who was involved, how frequently, if anyone witnessed it) and contact the school. Parent should also utilize all the avenues to such as school board meetings and PTA to discuss bullying in schools.