Here’s My Favorite Bitcoin Stock Trade Right Now

It's back to the old drawing board… but I'm happy to do it!

A few months ago, when I published "The Best Way to Beat Bitcoin During the 2021 Crypto Boom," I put it all on the line, stood there on camera in my crypto "war room," and publicly predicted we'd see Bitcoin at $50,000 by the end of the fourth quarter of 2021.

Well, looks like I'll have to revise my prediction upward – significantly – because at this rate, we'll get there by the end of the first quarter of 2021, easy.

I'm thinking I'm gonna need to hop on the "$100,000 train" in a hurry. Bitcoin's above $47,000 as I write this.

It may go a little lower to consolidate (and give a better entry point), but Elon Musk and Tesla's $1.5 billion vote of confidence put the "gas in the tank" to hit $50,000 fast.

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Bitcoin hits that number, and we're talking 70% gains just this year.

But here's the thing. If you only own Bitcoin, you're not getting all the profits available out there.

Not only are there plenty of smaller, outstanding coins to own and trade, but there are great stocks, too. When you look at the big picture, there's an entire industry building up around Bitcoin and crypto.

You don't have to take my word for it – the profits you book on this easy stock trade will prove it…

Make Sure You're Getting Every Cent of Crypto Profits

There's no shortage of ways to make money on the 2021 Bitcoin and cryptocurrency boom.

Now, one way of making money here is to just go out, set up a digital wallet, and buy a Bitcoin. It's straightforward, sure, but I know a lot of folks out there are either unable or unwilling to put $46,000 into a single investment.

I understand completely. The thing is, as long as you have a wallet (I think everyone should have one, because there are plenty of stellar coins out there to buy, hold, and trade), it's really easy to buy fractions of a Bitcoin.

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Disclaimer: Any performance results described herein are not based on actual trading of securities but are instead based on a hypothetical trading account which entered and exited the suggested ...

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