Hello. I’m pillow and you might know me from the peercointalk chat, where I from time to time talk about trading.
I’ve gotten some great feedback and even a peercoin tip(:-*) from people who I have found my trading talk helpful (or at least entertaining).
Now I’m thinking about writing a book and I want to do some research if it is possible to crowd source it. The crowd fund model would go like this. I promise to write, say 12 chapters. Every chapter I write, I send to people who want to help me and they in return send me some peercoins.
That way I get an incentive to write (which I need, because writing is hard work), people get chapters every now and then and in the end also the finished book in its entirely.
In the book, I will walk through everything that people need to know about speculating in assets (not only peercoins). It will include money management, psychology, risk management, technical analysis and much more.
The unique selling point is that this book will present information for people with no background in trading who want to learn. That means that there will only be very simple instructions that everyone (I hope) can learn. There will be no technical jargon, the technical analysis will be presented in a non mumbo-jumbo way along with rational explanations why I believe this works.
Speculation is not a science, I don’t know everything and I can be wrong. It will merely be a condensation of what I’ve learned.
Now I wonder, how much money (in USD) could you see yourself donating per chapter for something like this?