InvestAnswers Host Explains Why He Is Still Bullish on Bitcoin ROI Despite Market Crash


Financial freedom show “InvestAnswers” is still bullish on the risk-to-reward ratio for Bitcoin despite the market crash. 

In a YouTube video released on June 26, the anonymous host of InvestAnswers said that Bitcoin will likely still offer an attractive return on investment (ROI) compared to other assets.

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He compared BTC to the dividend producing stock of tobacco company Philip Morris (NYSE: PM). Despite being the top blue-chip dividend stock on the market, the host mentioned that the stock price had fallen from $120 five years ago to roughly $100. Even with the 4.8% yearly dividend, InvestAnswers’ host argued that investors would have made no return from their five-year investment, and lost purchasing power during that time. 

As reported by The Daily Hodl, he said, 

Very important to remember, that $120 you invested five years ago has less than $80 dollars in purchasing power today. So $40 of that $120 is gone because of debasement of the currency. It’s still denominated in US dollars, and that’s the problem.


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Despite the recent crypto market crash, InvestAnswers highlighted that Bitcoin is up 728% over the last five years, with five-year returns reaching 2,600% at BTC’s price peak in November 2021. 

As noted by the analyst, a small allocation in Bitcoin over a long period of time has provided a disproportionate return to an investment portfolio, even with the volatility. He told viewers that he would still hold Bitcoin at age 60, due to the attractive risk-reward-ratio. 

He said, 

Would I still hold Bitcoin? Yes, because I can’t find better risk-rewards out there. It’s that simple. Especially at these prices. Not financial advice.

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