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Has Jim Rickards Changed His Mind on Bitcoin? Dear Reader, My readers know I’m not a bitcoin proponent. I don’t deny that it’s made some people a lot of money, but I believe bitcoin is a ... Jim Rickards believes gold can go to $10,000. But he doesn't trust the bitcoin price action and doesn't think the cryptocurrency will fare well in a crisis. Financial guru Jim Rickards weighed in on the Bitcoin vs. gold debate and came down firmly on the side of the yellow metal.In fact, he’s said there really shouldn’t be a debate. Bitcoin and gold are two totally different things. Financial guru Jim Rickards weighed in on the Bitcoin vs. gold debate and came down firmly on the... function receiveMessage(event) { console.log(event.data.fullscreen); Android.fullscreen(event.data.fullscreen); } window.addEventListener("message", receiveMessage,

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James Rickards: Bitcoin is a Fraud, a Ponzi, and a Bubble

Bitcoin and gold each have their pros and cons as investments, stores of value and as financial instruments. But which is better? Read our analysis and get access to the second half of the debate ... Daily Voice News - Economic Collapse Max and Stacy discuss how bitcoin killed gold, and Max interviews author Jim Rickards of Meraglim about predictive data analytics and artificial intelligence. In this interview with SmallCapPower at the 2018 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference (VRIC), best-selling author James Rickards believes the global financial system is on a ‘road to ruin ... James Rickards: Oh, certainly. I mean, first of all I'd say it started in 2007. 2008 was the panic and it was an emergency liquidity response to that, but the roots of this really go back to 2007 ...

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