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Bitcoin Long

by SignalFactory   ·  January 6, 2021 | 08:50:40 UTC  

Bitcoin Long

by SignalFactory   ·  January 6, 2021 | 08:50:40 UTC  

Bitcoin has the potential to reach $146,000 in the long term as it competes with gold as an asset class, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Bitcoin’s market capitalization of around $575 billion would have to rise by 4.6 times — for a theoretical price of $146,000 — to match the total private sector investment in gold via exchange-traded funds or bars and coins, strategists led by Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou wrote in a note. But that outlook depends on the volatility of Bitcoin converging with that of gold to encourage more institutional investment, a process that will take some time, they said.

In the financial world, “what’s past is prologue.” Overly rosy perspectives often set off the boom-and-bust cycles that have become all-too-familiar over the past 20 years, from the dot-com bubble to the mortgage crisis.

Over the past 12 years, we have watched Bitcoin, 2.33% evolution from netherworld currency to major institutional commodity. In that time, it has fluctuated widely, introduced as a near-valueless currency in 2009, growing in value to $19,000+ nearly nine years later, then losing 76% of its market value within a year, before beginning a steady climb in the second half of 2020 that puts its value at more than $30,000.

We believe that bitcoin has matured and now is the right time to invest in this widely popular currency.

Here is why

Today, there is significantly more demand for bitcoin than there is supply. About 900 new Bitcoin are mined daily, and three market participants alone — PayPal, Square, and Grayscale Bitcoin Trust — purchase considerably more than 900 bitcoin a day because of high investor demand. If this dynamic continues, and we believe it will, much higher prices lie ahead for the dominant cryptocurrency.

At the same time, the risks associated with investing in bitcoin—namely the potential for theft—have been substantially diminished over the past three years, with the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency authorizing national banks to provide cryptocurrency services. Several banks have also started to provide institutional bitcoin custody services, deposit-taking, custody, and fiduciary services for digital assets.

What is more, the IRS bestowed favorable tax treatment on bitcoin by treating it as a property that produces capital gains and losses. And in another positive sign, PayPal rolled out bitcoin trading to its 238 million U.S. users.

Because of these regulatory and infrastructure developments, Wall Street has turned bullish on bitcoin.  Rick Reider, BlackRock’s chief investment officer, recently commented on CNBC that bitcoin “could take the place of gold…it’s so much more functional than passing a bar of gold around.”  AllianceBernstein issued a report on Nov. 30 entitled “Cryptocurrencies in asset allocation – I have changed my mind!”  J.P. Morgan issued a report on Dec. 3 declaring “the adoption of bitcoin by institutional investors has only begun.”

Bitcoin is now on the menu for asset allocators.  It has been embraced by several legendary investors, including Paul Tudor Jones, Stanley Druckenmiller, Bill Miller, and Alan Howard, and a wall of institutional money is coming.  Hedge funds are starting to buy, headlined by the Tudor BVI Global Fund and One River Asset Management.  Insurance companies are starting to buy, with MassMutual recently buying a $100 million starter position in bitcoin.  Pension funds are starting to buy, including two Fairfax Retirement System pension funds making investments into a Morgan Creek Digital fund.  Public company treasurers are starting to buy, with MicroStrategy and Square account for nearly $1.5 billion in bitcoin purchases.  Registered investment advisers are starting to buy, with legendary RIA founder Ric Edelman launching the RIA Digital Assets Council. 

The adoption of floodgates is open.

We credit our “aha” moment to Michael Saylor, the chief executive of software company MicroStrategy, who bought $1.2 billion of bitcoin in 2020.  During a recent SALT Talk, Saylor made a persuasive case that bitcoin, as the undisputed winner of the cryptocurrency wars of 2017, is the dominant digital monetary network.  Like Saylor, we believe that when a digital network—think Facebook, Amazon, and Google—achieve a market capitalization of over $100 billion, the horse is out of the barn. 

Bitcoin is an evolutionary step forward for the technology of money, which has steadily progressed from barter to beads to gold to fiat currency.  Bitcoin is the first store of value in the world where supply is entirely unaffected by increased demand. Some 18.5 million bitcoin have been mined so far, and by 2025, over 20 million will be in circulation.  Yet there can only ever be 21 million Bitcoin because of a stipulation outlined in its source code.

Today, the fact remains that bitcoin’s demand exceeds supply, and it is not even close. 

Bitcoin Long (Buy)

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