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Most people can’t track everything that’s going on in the world of finance, so Pure Investment Wealth is obligated to monitor multiple asset classes, simultaneously. Right now, the difference between stocks and cryptocurrencies is striking – and tragically, uninformed investors are piled into the wrong one.
This is classic pre-implosion behavior – the major stock market exchanges are going in one direction while the macroeconomic data goes in the other direction. When everybody’s taking bigger and bigger risks, and nobody’s getting defensive, that’s your signal to get out of index funds and get into something with a better risk-reward profile.
The Fed already had three consecutive interest-rate cuts, causing equities prices to advance, but now it must pause because there’s only so much room left to cut.
And of course, the market is just assuming that “Phase 1” of the trade deal is guaranteed – but the worst thing you can do in these unpredictable times is to assume that anything is guaranteed. The president has recently slapped tariffs on France, Brazil, and Argentina, and he’s told us outright that the trade deal might wait until after the 2020 election. The fact is, Trump’s still a “tariff man” and “Phase 1” could fall apart at any moment.
Despite the fragility of the market, the S&P’s valuation is at its highest level since 2001; it’s even higher than it was before everything came crashing down in 2008. If you’re buying the S&P now, you’d better get ready for steeply diminishing returns:
Courtesy: Bloomberg and Saxo Bank
It’s time to seriously consider allocating FUNDS into an asset at the beginning of its upward cycle, not at the end of it. Unlike the S&P 500, cryptocurrency and especially Bitcoin presents a ground-floor opportunity because the technology hasn’t fully matured yet – and neither has the Bitcoin price.
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More than just a cash replacement, Bitcoin represents a complete token economy with too many advantages to list here, but below is a sampling of Bitcoin’s best features:
- Decentralization means that no single entity – including the government – can claim ownership to the pool of assets.
- Your privacy is respected when you make Bitcoin transactions – no need to give away sensitive data like a credit card number.
- Bitcoin is borderless, so long-distance transactions are cheap and uncomplicated.
- Crypto is censorship-resistant, meaning that governments can’t easily block your financial transactions.
- Bitcoin is accessible to unbanked and underbanked populations around the world – it’s the last hope of financial security for millions of people.
The momentum of cryptocurrency is unstoppable now. On December 3rd, open interest on Bitcoin futures on the Bakkt platform reached an all-time high of $6.5 million, marking a 42% increase from the previous day. And speaking of Bakkt, its CEO, Kelly Loeffler, was just appointed to a U.S. Senate seat.
On top of all that, a December 2nd SEC filing revealed that the New York Digital Investment Group is now authorized to offer shares of a cash-settled Bitcoin futures fund to institutional investors – meaning that large-scale block trades will bring a major capital injection into cryptocurrency.
It’s a huge opportunity – Bitcoin is part of the future of money and the world’s financial path to freedom.
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