What is the Future of Cryptocurrency?
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What do Investment Analysts Say About Diversifying with Cryptocurrency?
The following two investment advisors from prominent investment newsletters have told us for years to diversify our
portfolios with gold and silver.
And then they told us way back in 2015 to start diversifying your holdings into cryptocurrency...
That was when BitCoin was trading at $280!! Today it trades in the $7,000 - $10,000+ range...
...25 times more in 3 just years!
Diversifying Your Portfolio with Cryptocurrency
Michael A Robinson publishes the highly acclaimed "
Money Morning" investment advice website.
In this article,
he advocates that your diversification strategy in your portfolio should include cryptocurrency.
The "Gold of Tech" Could Become Your Best Portfolio Insurance
"In uncertain markets like these, you need to stay as focused – and unemotional – as possible. One way to do that
is to always have some 'portfolio insurance' on hand.
For instance, many investors dedicate a portion of their portfolio to gold or some other precious metal where it
can act as a hedge against trouble in other markets."
"We’re still in the early stages of a global shift toward Bitcoin and its underlying technology… the blockchain.
That means this is a trend with many years of growth ahead. And that makes Bitcoin good long-term insurance – with
the potential for huge gains in the years to come.
That’s just the kind of investment we’re looking for in this – the worst market since 2008."
What is the Next Sector to Focus On?
Jeffrey Brown is a premiere analyst with
Bill Bonner & Partners
, another widely acclaimed analyst firm.
Jeff specializes in
high payoff future emerging technologies.
cryptocurrency as one of eight sectors on which savvy investors should focus:
If you care to delve further into Jeffrey's analysis, click the link below, but
for now, we suggest you skip it for now and come back later:
What is the Big Deal with BitCoin - Cryptocurrencies 101
Palm Beach Research Group
12 Apr 2018... Pantera Capital: “Soon the risk of NOT being involved will out-weigh the risk of having a small allocation.”
Crunchbase ranks Pantera in the top 25 out of thousands of venture capital firms.
Today, studies are showing that adding bitcoin to your portfolio gives better risk-adjusted returns.
We envision Wall Street’s pitch will be just that—by allocating 5–10% of your portfolio to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies,
you can actually bring down volatility and improve returns.
That’s when we’ll see trillions of dollars of institutional money come into this space from players like JPMorgan, BlackRock,
Wellington, and others.
Bitcoin "puts a question mark on the fractional banking model we know today."
Fractional banking is the banking system you and I know. It's called "fractional" banking because only a
fraction of banking deposits are backed by actual cash on hand.]
In a remarkably
frank talk at a Bank of England conference, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund
has speculated that Bitcoin and cryptocurrency have as much of a future as the Internet itself. It could
displace central banks, conventional banking, and challenge the monopoly of national monies.
Let us start with virtual currencies. To be clear, this is not about digital payments in existing currencies—through Paypal
and other “e-money” providers such as Alipay in China, or M-Pesa in Kenya [Note: See the CBS 60 Minutes video
- Virtual currencies are in a different category, because they provide their own unit of account and payment
systems. These systems allow for peer-to-peer transactions without central clearinghouses, without central
- ... why might citizens hold virtual currencies rather than physical dollars, euros, or sterling? Because it may
one day be
safer than obtaining paper bills, especially in remote regions. And because virtual currencies could actually
... payments can be made with credit cards and other forms of e-money. But the charges are relatively high for small-value
transactions, especially across borders.
- Instead, citizens may one day prefer virtual currencies, since they potentially offer the same cost and convenience
as cash—no settlement risks, no clearing delays, no central registration, no intermediary to check accounts
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