Over the weekend, Bitcoin breached the $10,000 level again for the fourth time in its short existence.
The rally comes off news that European Union leaders agreed to a $2 trillion stimulus package to help offset damages caused by COVID-19.
And the U.S. federal government is currently in the process of finalizing the HEALS Act – which is expected to add another $1 trillion (or more) to the U.S. economy.
While that may help companies and individuals in the short term, there could be some long-term negative impacts to the unprecedented (and arguably excessive) fiat money printing we're currently witnessing.
According to the theory of supply and demand, the more there is of something, the less it's worth if demand stays the same. And conversely, the less there is of something, the more that thing is worth.
That's potentially what's happening to fiat currencies, such as the dollar and the euro – which are both down considerably in the past week. Printing more of these currencies has made them worth less.
But Bitcoin's supply is limited. No government, individual, or organization can just "print" more Bitcoin out of thin air – its supply is capped at 21 million units.
That means we'll see Bitcoin prices heading higher as demand moves away from fiat currencies and toward cryptocurrencies.
And just how high can Bitcoin go?
During his Markets Live stream this week, Tom Gentile used his proprietary trading tools to reveal one chart that could show exactly where Bitcoin prices can get to…
Tom Gentile Explains Where Bitcoin Could Head Next
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The unemployment rate is still over 11% here in the United States, but the federal government just announced new details on their latest stimulus package – the HEALS Act – yesterday.
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