While the US is not running on the same standard anymore, the market can still measure the price of an ounce of gold via M2.
Bitcoin bulls have repeatedly claimed that the cryptocurrency price will hit ,000 shortly. While many analysts believe it would happen, some disagree.
The statements questioned an average investor’s inability to determine the actual value of Bitcoin. So far, there is not a formula that measures the cryptocurrency’s fair price – unlike stocks, whose price takes cues from a plethora of valuation metrics, such as P/E, EV/EBITDA, P/CF, etc.
Nevertheless, it would follow suit, which may lead its price above ,000 – and even beyond ,000, the analyst added.
Likewise, Bitcoin should follow the gold’s upside call based on its similar features with the metal. That means a clear bull run towards ,000, which remains a psychological target for bulls.
I’m all for it – as long as someone here is actually ready to actually buy bitcoin or two at 20K. For actual dollars, you know. Because with long/short ratio like this, you can’t count on squeezed shorts to do that for you, sorry. https://t.co/ilZ4EZb7e5 pic.twitter.com/APdqVZMFbr
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Gold price against the US Money Supply. Source: FRED
That is due to the expectations of another dramatic spike in the M2. The market anticipates that the US government would release at least trillion as a part of its coronavirus relief fund. It, in turn, would give gold another upside push, as what happened after the first trillion-package.
The M2 Factor
That notion lands Bitcoin in the category of gold – an insurance asset that does well in times of uncertainty. It was visible when both the cryptocurrency and the precious metal surged to their sessional highs in the third quarter. As BTC/USD topped for the year near ,500 and XAU/USD for the lifetime above ,000, investors showed caution.
And now, when at least Bitcoin has broken above ,000 with a renewed bull run, the questions of deeper downside corrections are popping up again.
SomaBull, a gold-focused financial analyst, writes in his SeekingAlpha article that the precious metal’s price has lagged the monetary inflation over its history.
Interestingly, the gold market appears to have the answer.
Bitcoin grew stronger after the spike in M2. Source: BTCUSD on TradingView.com
So it appears, the market would have enough liquidity to match bids at K thanks to a more generous M2 supply.
Popular crypto bull Joe007 said earlier this week that Bitcoin would face liquidity problems if it surges towards K. He noted that only a few investors would want to purchase the cryptocurrency at its all-time high “for actual dollars.” Quite conversely, the absence of buying orders would reduce its bids that, in turn, would follow a more in-depth price correction.
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