Bitcoin today must appear as something of a quandary to the more cautious investor. Out of nowhere it has exploded onto the scene, and in the course of a decade has gone from strength to strength. And yet it seems so volatile as to defy any standard of valuation with which investors might feel they better understand it – they’re more often than not left wondering if it’s just a super speculative bubble, ‘all noise and fury signifying nothing’. Though no doubt it has certainly appeared to be that at times, and especially on the lengthy corrections, this article will seek to outline a rational and real trend that underlies these appearances to the contrary. In doing so, it seeks to provide a rationale by which the more cautious investor might start gaining some exposure to this ‘asset class’.
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