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Is Teeka Tiwari’s Freedom 2020 Event About Bitcoin or Crypto?

Teeka Tiwari is the main crypto analyst at Palm Beach Research Group. Palm Beach Research Group has periodically referred to Tiwari has “America’s most trusted crypto analyst”. He’s closely connected to the bitcoin and crypto space. Because Tiwari has close ties to the crypto world, some suspect that the Freedom 2020 is going to encourage followers to invest in bitcoin or some crypto-related venture. In a January 6, 2020 article written by Tiwari and posted online, Tiwari described how many of America’s top companies are seeking to invest in bitcoin – yet they’re not sure how to invest. Based on the limited information we know about Freedom 2020 so far, it seems like bitcoin could certainly fit the bill for Teeka Tiwari’s Freedom 2020. “According to a study by Bitwise Asset Management, bitcoin can boost the performance of your portfolio while lowering its overall volatility,” explains Tiwari in his blog post. “FOR INSTANCE, ADDING A 5% ALLOCATION OF BITCOIN TO A STANDARD 60/40 PORTFOLIO MIX OF STOCKS AND BONDS BOOSTED OVERALL RETURNS BY 50% – WITHOUT INCREASING YOUR RISK.” Tiwari goes on to explain that bitcoin has three advantages over its competition, including: Low Correlation: Bitcoin moves independently of the stock market and other assets. It’s not connected to any specific commodity, national economy, or currency. If markets drop in one part of the world, then it may not drag down bitcoin. New Asset Class: Bitcoin is a new and exciting asset class. Tiwari compares bitcoin to “tech stocks in the 1990s.” Today, bitcoin’s market cap is around $126 billion, which is a drop in the bucket compared to the trillions of dollars in gold and equities markets. Liquidity: Bitcoin is more liquid than certain other assets. Tiwari claims that other investments with high upside (“like micro-cap stocks, private equity, and rare collectibles”) can be difficult or impossible to buy or sell. Bitcoin, meanwhile, can be transferred instantly at multiple exchanges.