Ronnie Moas explains where he believes the price of Bitcoin will be in the next few years and his reasons why. Ronnie also shares his thought on the S&P500 and at what levels he would be happy to start buying companies on sale again. Ronnie explains when he uses ETF’s and why they can be a good strategy to use when it is not so easy to pick the winners from a sector.
Ronnie is the founder of standpoint research and has ranked one of the top-ranking stock pickers on Tip-ranks against more than 3,500 analysts for his 2008-2017 performance, which covers more than 500 recommendations he has issued since 2008, and Since 2004. Ronnie beat the S&P-500 by at least 500 bps with 66% of his recommendations
Ronnie became interested in cryptocurrencies in July of 2017 when Bitcoin was trading around $2,500, Ronnie set a price target of $50,000 for 2027 in his newsletter which bitcoin reached by 2021. Ronnie Moas believes Bitcoin can still go a lot higher from where it is now.
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0:00 to 1:20 Introduction
1:21 to 2:41 How Ronnie got started in the investment world
2:42 to 5:00 The similarities of the dot com bubble to the altcoin space.
5:01 to 11:21 Ronnies Bitcoin price prediction
11:22 to 15:50 Bitcoin as a digital store of wealth vs a payment system
15:51 to 17:44 Regulating the crypto space
17:45 to 19:22 When the intuitions step into Bitcoin at volume
19:21 to 22:14 Ronnies thoughts on Ethereum and Dogecoin
22:45 to 26:01 Money printing and the stock market
26:02 to 29:20 How Ronnie Moas uses ETF’s
29:21 to 32:10 Ronnies big takeaway for the audience don’t invest what you can’t afford to lose.
32:11 to 33:29 How you can learn more about Ronnie and wrap up.
Hope you enjoy and have a wonderful day.
The FYR team.
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