Bill Murphy of GATA.org, returns with extremely bullish comments on the PMs.
Millions of new Bitcoin millionaires may convert a fraction of their digital wealth for something tangible resembling Bitcoin that they can hold in their hands - gold bullion.
Stacey Herbert and Max Keiser of the Keiser Report on RT recommend gold and continue to add to their stockpiles.
Max expects gold to double this year. Given the precarious position of the Greenback in the weekly chart a retest of the record lows could unfold in 2018.
Case in point, for the first time in history, 7 billion people, the entire populace have easy access to an alternative reserve currency.
Digital money as small as a penny is transferable instantaneously around the globe without requiring any permission.
Unlike 100% of fiat money, Bitcoin has a limited circulating supply of merely 4-10 million, according to various estimates.
Back of the envelope arithmetic suggests that the rapidly depreciating Greenback could collapse, in similar fashion as the British Pound via George Soro's infamous operations.
Anyone who can fog an iPhone, i.e. all investors worldwide are urged to diversify a portion of their portfolio holdings into equal parts of physical gold, silver bullion, shares and Bitcoin.
Skeptical PMs aficionados are encouraged to accept cryptocurrencies as unencumbered assets, which share the highly desirable quality of their favorite investment class, the PMs.
As the masses around the globe recognize that fiat money is becoming a financial relic, the gold rush to cryptocurrencies will mark the genesis of a new PMs bull market.
Bitcoin / Altcoins expose the flaws in fiat money and PMs market suppression, all while paving the interstate, building the bridges and guiding traffic to unexpectedly elevated PMs prices.
Arch Crawford, head of Crawford Perspectives, outlines his price outlook for stocks, Bitcoin and the PMs in 2018.
Arch Crawford remains a staunch PMs bull, noting that once gold closes above $1,320, a new uptrend is expected, perhaps taking the yellow metal above the former 2011 peak.
The discussion turns to the crypto-domain. In less than one decade, Bitcoin climbed by 1.5 million fold today ($0.01 x 1,500,000 = $15,000).
The leading blockchain would typically enter a bear market, if and only if it were a typical market.
One extreme comparison involves Bitcoin juxtaposed against the hyperinflation in the Weimar Mark, following W.W.II.
In similar fashion, when the price hit 17,000 dollars in 1923, the price quickly leaped to 100k, 1M, 1B and then 4 trillion within months!
Bitcoin is currently following a strikingly similar upward trajectory (Figure 1.1.). Although purely speculative, if Bitcoin were to follow a similar trajectory, the price will ascend to $4 Trillion.
The host poses the question, "Does the parabolic rise of crypcurrencies portend the end of fiat money dominance?"
One of the more compelling signs of continued parabolic increases in the cryptospace - most major Bitcoin / Altcoin exchanges have suddenly halted new accounts.
Only Coinbase, Kucoin and a few others continue to accept applications due as their systems are reportedly overwhelmed by the shear number of new accounts.
Not even during the Dot.com bubble days were brokerages inundated with such numbers.
Arch Crawford cut his technical analysis teeth as first assistant to top Wall Street technician Robert Farrell at Merrill Lynch in the early 1960s. In 1977, following Arch’s extensive research into astrophysical phenomenon, astrology and its correlation to market performance, he edited and published the premiere issue of Crawford Perspectives market timing newsletter.
Today, nearly 40 years later, Crawford Perspectives continues to bring readers one of the most highly regarded and consistently accurate market timing newsletters available.
Bill Murphy, GATA Chairman Murphy grew up in Glen Ridge, N.J., and graduated from the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University in 1968. In his senior year he broke all the Ivy League single-year pass-receving records. He then became a starting wide receiver for the Boston Patriots of the American Football League. He went on to work for various Wall Street brokerage firms and specialized in commodity futures. He began as a Merrill Lynch trainee and went on to Shearson Hayden Stone and Drexel Burnham. From there he became affiliated with introducing brokers and eventually started his own brokerage on 5th Avenue in New York. He now operates an Internet site for financial commentary, www.lemetropolecafe.com.
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