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Fundstrat Predicts Bitcoin Price Will Double in 2020

Shailesh Panwar by Shailesh Panwar - 08:10 AM Jan 13, 2020
Fundstrat Predicts Bitcoin Price Will Double in 2020

On Monday, Fundstrat Global Advisor, a popular research firm, made a Bitcoin prediction that the top cryptocurrency would reach twice its value this year. Recently, the Bitcoin values have created an $8,000 psychological barrier and proceed to rise as weekend trading begins. Support held at $7,700 and the asset is making progress to again tap the resistance at $8,400 if the buying pressure could be retained by bulls. Fundstrat Global Advisors is much confident that Bitcoin could lead to long-term gains, and their firm will make big this year.

 

Thomas Lee's Statement 

Quoting three significant factors, Bitcoin bull and the firm's co-founder Thomas Lee took to Twitter with the decisions from the Fundstrat's 2020 "Crypto Outlook." The complete version of this outlook is kept for the firm's clients, but Lee provided a teaser saying that there is much possibility that Bitcoin would see a 100% profit this year. From general levels, that prediction would reach $16,000 before the year's end. The primary factor is the halving, which, according to the countdown, will happen on May 13. Lee is very much sure that Bitcoin could see a surge this year, as halving has not been priced.

  The halvings which occurred in 2012 and 2016 have enabled post-event bull markets which led asset to reach the all-time highs. Also, the economic models, like the stock to flow, further imply that there would be a bull market succeeding the block reward reduction and perception of the market about supply cut.

Fundstrat stated that another factor for Bitcoin's bullish run could be the geopolitics conditions. Recent movements in price give a clear indication that Bitcoin is growing as a safe haven.

 

The Election Year In The USA

Lastly, Fundstrat recorded that the upcoming election in the USA could prove to be bullish for cryptocurrencies. Although the founder has not elaborated on these findings yet, still they could be linked to politicians that are crypto-friendly and the idea of the US eventually pulling with concerns to a regulatory framework.

About The Author
Shailesh Panwar

Shailesh PanwarShailesh is an ardent follower of the crypto world and keenly watches every development taking place in the cryptocurrency space. He loves to voice his opinions through well-curated blogs and articles, which throw light on different facets of the crypto industry.

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