Ep. 008: The case for cryptocurrency in your retirement portfolio


I believe almost every investment portfolio, should make a strategic investment, in cryptocurrency. And it doesn’t matter whether you are young or old. Retired or not. To do otherwise would be irrational.


This is just a new asset class. It should be evaluated in exactly the same manner as any other asset in your portfolio. This should not be the least bit controversial.  Listen to hear why...



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Bitcoin is successful only because of its potential for circumvention [and] lack of oversight. So it seems to me it ought to be outlawed. It doesn’t serve any useful social function.
— Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Laureate
If Bitcoin were to succeed at displacing gold to even a modest degree, as a monetary store of value (and it currently appears to be the strongest contender by some margin), it could be worth between 260,000 – 800,000 per Bitcoin. And just for reference, as of today, it is around $9,000.
— John Pfeffer, An (Institutional) Investor’s Take on Cryptoassets
Belief is a wise wager. Granted that faith cannot be proved, what harm will come to you if you gamble on its truth and it proves false? If you gain, you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing. Wager then, without hesitation, that He exists.
— Blaise Pascal, 17th Century Philosopher & Mathematician


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Bitcoin Bulls and Bears (Bloomberg)

⇒ The Bullish Case for Bitcoin - Vijay Boyapati

⇒ Crypto Assets - Chris Burniske & Jack Tater

⇒ Cryptoasset Valuations - Chris Burniske

⇒ An (Institutional) Investor’s Take on Cryptoassets - John Pfeffer

⇒ An Efficient-Markets Valuation Framework for Cryptoassets using Black-Scholes Option Theory - Antos & McCreanor

Pascal's Wager (Wikipedia)


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