Why You Must Buy Bitcoin Even If You Don’t Believe In It

By Mark Helfman on ALTCOIN MAGAZINE

Mark Helfman
Jul 19, 2019 · 4 min read
Photo by Dmitry Moraine on Unsplash

A Picture Is Worth Ten Thousand Words

Look at this chart:

Source: Coinmarketcap, July 17, 2019

Prices Change, Pattern Remains

Hidden in that chart are upswings of 1,000+ percent and crashes of 80+ percent, as well as fake trading, criminal activity, manipulation, speculation, scams, FOMO, FUD, and all sorts of activities you see with many financial assets.

  • Option 2: bitcoin’s pattern continues, history repeats itself, bitcoin goes up 1,000 percent. You make $1,000.

Bitcoin Is Overvalued Until You See The Big Picture

Bitcoin’s price may seem insane. $10,000 for fake money nobody uses? Better to buy a bit of Berkshire Hathaway at $313,000:

BRK.A shares on July 17, 2019

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