Why Bitcoin [BTC] Prices May Surge In Early September?

5007f09119678

ajax loader

George walls

Ex-prudential CEO George Ball in a recent interview explained why he thinks wealthy investors and traders will invest in Bitcoin post this labor day. Historically US holidays have impacted the bitcoin prices positively and after George’s revelation all eyes will be on September 7th, labor day 2020.

Labor Day to Mark Entry Of Wealthy Investors And Traders

In the interview to Fred Katayama, ex-prudential CEO and now CEO of Sanders Morris Harris said that Bitcoin might soon become sought after safe-haven asset and its time to buy Bitcoin. He also said that upcoming labor day may mark the entry of investors and traders as many of them re-adjust their current portfolios. According to him the current market conditions including re-election threat in US, ongoing corporate tax cut debate etc. will and should prompt investors to take a second look at their portfolios and realign.

He said,

I’ve always been a cryptocurrency and bitcoin opponent but Govt. can’t stimulate the markets forever……So a probably wealthy investor or trader turns to Bitcoin as a staple .

George change of perspective for Bitcoin comes at a time when famous investor Warren Buffet recently invested in Gold and changed his long disbelief against Gold and Bitcoin. Bitcoin as an asset has outperformed Gold throughout the year and investors definitely are observing it as a lucrative option against Gold.

Previous Labor Day’s And Bitcoin Prices

We investigated and tried to find co-relation between Bitcoin prices and American holidays this time specifically Labor day. As reported by sfx.com, there is definitely a co-relation between Bitcoin prices and American holidays. Last year Labor Day was observed on September 2nd, 2019 and the same day Bitcoin prices increased 5%.  The volume-weighted average price (VWAP) of Bitcoin increased from $9668.74 to a $10129.49. The prices further increased to $10568.49 the next day.

Bitcoin price labor day
Bitcoin price labor day

Another interesting analysis is the change in google search volume for keyword ‘Bitcoin’ just before and after labor day 2019.  As observed the relative Google search volume for keyword ‘bitcoin’ surged on August 29th, 2019 the day before the labor day weekend and the same day the price of Bitcoin bottomed. This was followed by a recovery of bitcoin prices over the Labor day weekend.

Labor day and bitcoin prices
Labor day and bitcoin prices

As observed historically and also as per George’s recent comments there is a chance that Bitcoin prices may surge post this labor day and why labor day holds importance of investors as they plan to realign their portfolios.

Will Bitcoin make an entry into world’s wealthiest Investor and trader portfolios, what do you think?



Source: Why Bitcoin [BTC] Prices May Surge In Early September?

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!