Bitcoin [BTC] and the rest of the cryptocurrency market has seen something of an upgrade, compared to its situation in 2018 when the bear market resulted prices falling from their peak. Many supporters of the world’s largest cryptocurrency have repeatedly claimed that the return on investments on Bitcoin has always been greater than that of traditional financial markets.
In a recent tweet, Mark Yusko, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Morgan Creek Digital Capital, pointed out some value points of adding Bitcoin to an investor’s portfolio. Yusko tweeted,
“Some numbers to ponder when thinking about value of adding #Bitcoin to your portfolio
Endowments have $613B in Assets. Average return over past 5 yrs was mediocre 7.2%
Had they allocated 1% to $BTC return would’ve been 9.2%
Had #Bitcoin gone to zero, return would’ve been 7%.”
The Morgan Creek official made this statement on the back of Bitcoin’s stellar performance over the past couple of weeks. Ever since the world’s largest cryptocurrency fell from its $6000 hold back in November 2018 to settle below $4000, it found it difficult to break that threshold. The point, considered by many experts in the field as being close to Bitcoin’s bottom, continued to pull the cryptocurrency into a bearish vortex. Since April 1, Bitcoin’s price has spiked, in stark contrast to the strong sideways movement that it held since November.
Looking at the numbers, Yusko’s statements about BTC yields can be verified because investors holding the cryptocurrency at the $4170 mark on March 31 saw their portfolio spike by a whopping 100 percent on May 16, when the price touched $8280.
Mark Yusko was also in the news recently when he stated that Bitcoin was a great diversifying asset.