By Anthony Bertolino This is the first part of a continuing series where we will present cutting edge educational materials that prove we have recently entered the “Investment Era” for Bitcoin and have left the realm of pure speculation. Bitcoin is the first scarce digital object the world has ever seen. It is scarce like Silver & Gold, and can be sent over the internet, radio, satellite etc. We can now utilize models to try and track where fair value might be. Spoiler Alert: Bitcoin looks like it will be going much, much higher in the coming years! Lesson #1:… Read More

A chart from economist Mark Perry, creator of the Carpe Diem blog, has been making the rounds on Twitter lately and is being hailed as "stunning" and "one of the most important charts about the economy this century". The chart examines the change in prices of various US Consumer goods, services, and wages over the past two decades.  Seen below, it shows how the price of consumer goods with strong foreign competition, such as TVs and toys, have plummeted while the cost of domestic services like healthcare and college tuition skyrocketed. It helps pinpoint the reasons for the recent increase… Read More

BTC NETWORK POWER CONTINUES GROWTH, HITS NEW RECORD HIGH New hashrate numbers have shown that the Bitcoin network is now 8 times more powerful than it was at its $20k price peak in late 2017. Data from Bitcoin network monitor Blockchain.com confirmed that the Bitcoin network's total hash rate reached a peak of 79 trillion terahashes per second (TH/s) earlier this week, passing the previous all time high of 70 trillion TH/s.  Hash rate is generally accepted as a measure of how much computer power is spent on a network's security, meaning that the higher the TH/s rate, the more… Read More

Billionaire Ray Dalio has made the case for investing in gold as interest rates continue to fall and central banks print more money, resulting in devalued currencies. In a recent LinkedIn post, the founder of Bridgewater Associates wrote about monetary policy and the markets over the last 50 years.  He said investors have been over-investing in stocks and other equity-like assets that will most likely see diminishing returns. "The world is leveraged long, holding assets that have low real and nominal expected returns that are also providing historically low returns relative to cash returns. I think these are unlikely to… Read More

Over the last few weeks, bond price have spiked even as yields have plunged. Investors are waking up to a coming recession. Their knee-jerk reaction has been to pour their money into safe haven Treasuries, thinking this will save them. The 10 year Treasury yield dropped to 2.26 percent last week on May 29th. This graph reveals the trend: [caption id="attachment_14802" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Chart appears courtesy of CNBC.com[/caption] This has led to a yield curve inversion, which has historically (and very accurately) indicated a recession looming on the horizon. Economist Peter Schiff has been warning about the end of the… Read More

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