Cryptocurrency Research

The fact is cryptocurrencies are widely adopted, traded, liquid and their price rises… until it doesn’t.

This time, Bitcoin’s price drop had nothing to do with macroeconomic forces like geopolitical issues or rising inflation.

Investors will always chase what’s hot. Then immediately think “just get me out!” when it’s not. Here’s what common sense says…

Stock market valuations are consistently in limbo. They’re either too high or they’re too low. Rarely if ever are markets priced “just right”…

In the United States, the S&P 500 is getting close to bear market territory. As of this writing, it’s down 19% from its 2021 high.

The clipping of coins for their value led to the debasement of monetary systems. While we don’t “clip” our coins today as there is almost no metal value in them or in the banknotes we carry, nations have been debasing their currencies at a torrential pace.

With the current and expected “digit printing” you would think that the “smart money” would be aggressively positioned in gold and silver. But they aren’t yet.

If you didn’t put your cash to work in 2020, then you’re fighting the tide ignited by the Fed.