An overview of the July results (updated until August 5).
After two months of drops in performance, July was an overall positive month again where the average return of our bots increased both in EUR and Crypto.
Particularly BTC basecoin bots were among the top performing bots in July. Let's hope this will be a turn in the market where the crypto market finds new highs again.
And again our end-of-month overview of all our trading bots.
The month of May turned out to be a very bad month for the crypto market with the Bitcoin declining with 35% and most other coins declining even more.
The average result of our trading bots was -8,31%. This was definitely the most negative month for our bots since we went live in January 2020 (the Corona crash from March 2020 did not have any impact on the 2 bots that we had live back then).
Among the negative performers were a lot of the HODL trading bots which look at the long-term only and only rebalance once every 2 weeks. If we look at the return in EUR, the EUR decline was higher with -16,51%, which was obviously higher because of the bots which have a BTC basecoin (Dagobert Buck bots + Hirundo).
Interesting to see is that there were also some bots which still had a very positive month of May as well with Roar of the Tiger at the top.
“How crash-proof are Bots?
How will RevenYOU BOTS behave in a Bear-market?”
On the social media this was a frequently asked question. The problem is that it needs time to draw such conclusions. Now curiously, during exactly the first anniversary week of BOTS, we can now begin answer this question.
Why? Because during the first year of existence of the BOTS-Platform all went relatively smoothly, bullish or stable. Actually often with extreme yields.
On the 19 May 2021 there was a crash of Bitcoin and subsequently the whole crypto market.
How did the Bots survive, perform and recover?
Especially investors and traders who entered the market only recently, say this year, were shocked to see the volatility of Bitcoin (BTC) and many altcoins. Value and prices crashed by 50% or even more. This was a good opportunity to see how Bots behave specifically at the Creator level. Was the damage limited or not, and how went performance recovery. This of course is valuable information for investors, new and experienced.
How crash-proof, that is safe or secure are Bots produced by the diverse Bot Creators. This is where the Poll is all about. Some Bots have performed very well some even extremely well. However this is the time to prove if they are crash-proof or not at all. And how important is that to you and your cryptocurrency portfolio.
Of the 28 Bot Creators the top 5 have almost all the votes. The remaining developers or producers have only one or no votes.
The number 1 is Agga Team Bots (AB), by far the best reputation with regard being crash-proof.
The number 2 and 3 being one of the oldest producers is Boosting Alpha (BA) and the BA trademark The Noogleman (TN).
The number 4 is Atmos (AM) and is one of the new Creators with currently 6 Bots. Three dated before the crash and 3 after the crash date.
Altrady (AT), also an “older” producers, with many non-USDT basecoin Bots.
Depending on your portfolio involvement, passive and even defensive, average or active and even aggressive, the Creator choice is important. Apart of the Risk Classification (RC) per Bot, this poll may be useful for you and other investors, in combination with the Bots Popularity Polls.