Ray Dalio: Bearish On Bitcoin, But Still Buys

Ray Dalio has at all times been bearish on Bitcoin. But now in a latest CNBC interview, the Bridgewater Founder has revealed that he has been shopping for, in an effort to diversify away from money! Does that imply we also needs to purchase Bitcoin in 2021?

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  1. You can still be bearish on it and own it. Basically it’s so asymmetrical that is has massive upside vs downside Yes it can go to zero. BUT it could also go to 1 mil a coin As he said he only has a small amounts. Basically he sees it as an almost free option

  2. But it costs a lot of money to mine 1 BTC: mining rigs (ASICs), eletricity, workers salaries. So the minimum intrisic value is the cost of mining IMO. Also, it has fixed supply and cannot be printed out of thin air, like fiat currencies. I would suggest anyone to check Stock-2Flow BTC price model.

  3. It seems that Dalio is more of an economist or philosopher than an investor. His fund has lagged the SP 500 for years /decade. His views are good from intellectual point of view but as investor he is BS. Interesting point of view though. Thank you!

  4. Btc is definitely here to stay I'm telling you. Some years back I was in anticipation of its cancellation…look at it now sitting comfortably at $56,000, I'm not in any regret cause luckily I bought and it has really got me earning passive incomes.

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  6. Dalio has not particularly ennunciated a good reason for his investment.

    As others have said, this is likely just a function of his algorithm and diversification. It is a strange decision nevertheless if he thinks that returns might be negative. (if the expected return is negative, there is no diversification benefit from a long position).

  7. Dalio's whole strategy is basically buying assets that have low correlations to each other in order to maximise returns while minimising risks. His hedge fund very much operates on modern portfolio theory. So his opinion really doesn't matter. If his algorithms say "buy BTC", he will do it.

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