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February 3, 2020 Published

February 3, 2020 – In an interview on the Keiser Report, Morgan Creek Capital CEO Mark Yusko said a 1% Bitcoin allocation must be in every investment portfolio, coinciding with the report that Bitcoin is the best performing asset of the decade.

Bitcoin’s volatility has had many investors looking the other way, but many investors have also taken advantage of these wild price swings. Simply put, it has become the reason why investment firms have considered it an important investment vehicle – because it can generate phenomenal gains to investors.

Cointelegraph examined the returns of traditional stock indexes and Bitcoin or Bitcoin-indexed trust funds. From their analysis, it appears that Bitcoin has offered the best cumulative returns (293%). This is followed by a 270% grain from the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust. With this, they concluded that a basket with 50% Bitcoin and 50% Nasdaq Composite offered the best investment option from January 2017 until December 2019.

Cointelegraph noted however that in their report, they excluded weekends and holiday returns because traditional stocks are not traded during those days.

Bitcoin reached almost $20,000 in 2017 before going to a decline. But recently, it is pushing to $10,000

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