and that's bad because...
"Best asset I own, Is Bitcoin..."
no, Bitcoin is NOT an "asset" it's a medium of exchange, nothing more. The minute it stops performing, it becomes a liability.
Unless your vehicle is giving you consistent cashflow, it's never an "asset" in the strictest of financial terms.
But good for you.
"He's a broker... He didn't create this Bar or think of it."
Um, no Scheisse, so how TF is promoting and selling what you believe in, is NOT considered "up to something?"
You DO understand that "up to something" was just a passing term, and not an inquiry into someone's biz plan or a financial statement, or performa, right?
Sounds more like your miffed at the volatility of your BitCoin holdings.
"One Bitcoin is the most flexible, valuable, and safe unit of an asset I own"
Hey, good for you. But it's obvious you're talking up BitCoins more than it actually is, like all sellers of their own holdings. Nothing wrong with it, but let's not "she doth protests too much," umkay?
"safe unit of asset" ???
Safe, after almost a 50%+ drop in value in what does look like an intentional stress test, initiated by someone, IN A SINGLE DAY, is "safe"?
In what universe?
There's no such thing as "safe asset" it's how something performs over time that makes it relatively effective store of value, investment, holding, hedge, or an asset/liability.
Now, if you were making cold calls and your audience were a Seniors Home, or Nigerian Letter audience, it'd be one thing. But here? Let's call a spade a spade. Anyone alert can see Bitcoin in context of all their performing or non-performing assets and liabilities, or a hedge.
Seriously dude, when you talk like this, no one who actually deals in the markets, is ever gonna take drive-by financial advice of this caliber, in this class.
Predictions in due Time...
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