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Investors to Turn to Bitcoin as US Stock Markets Are Expected to Fall in 2020

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Dec 04, 2019 at 08:36 //

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Stock market is expected to fall in 2020. Will investors turn to bitcoin?

The way the United States stock market picked up this year stunned cynics, and even up to now, indexes have gone on to rally regardless of the disappointing performance and holdups of the FAANG stocks. However, the Wall Street analysts are forecasting that next year (2020) will more likely be an inactive period. Now the big question is whether or not Bitcoin and crypto markets will have all the necessary attention.

The Wall Street Journal reported that 2020 is likely to be a period when the US stock markets will drop their spring, claiming that they won’t perform like how they did in 2019.

Several experts predict that stocks will go to a single-digital returns, but up to now, there are no indications showing that the US is going into a recession, yet the world economy looks like its descending.

Will BTC and Cryptocurrency Markets Perform Better?

To this point, Bitcoin has managed to surpass stocks, soaring from around the $4k level to progressively over $7k. But the initial cryptocurrency is very unstable, and earnings are determined by the particular time period designated. Nevertheless, BTC, gives higher temporary volatility, hence attracting knowledgeable traders who can take advantage of the massive day-to-day price and value fluctuations.

Bitcoin will step in 2020 with several of unanswered perturbing queries. On the other hand, investing in Bitcoin could result into possibly massive gains for retail and institutional venture capitalists and also a significant number of institutional customers.

Generally, the cryptocurrency community, is advised to hold one BTC. Even though, Bitcoin is still registering minimal ventures into the conventional investment. In principle, various potential institutions have got a chance to use Bitcoin via custodial services, provided by different financial service platforms such as Bakkt or Coinbase.

The retail interest has remained comparatively low compared to those of December 2017 during the time of cryptocurrency bubble, a trade period that made a lot of people to join and invest in this embryonic financial industry. At the time of press, BTC/USD is standing at $7,287 (-1.74%), with a market cap of almost $131.75 billion and if the trend remains like this, the world’s leading token may trade below the $7k level.



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