I believe Bitcoin will hit a new record high of $70,000 in 2022 as institutional investment increases.
This comes at a time when a major U.S.-based asset manager has joined forces with a crypto exchange to boost access to cryptocurrencies amongst institutional investors.
As I said to Forbes, Nasdaq, Advisorpedia and Zawya, amongst other media, interest in Bitcoin and crypto from institutional investors has soared over the past few months and is only set to Read More
The forecast interest rate hike by the Bank of England to be announced on Thursday is harmful to the economy and is, in effect, a misery rate rise.
The latest decision comes amid skyrocketing prices and indications the UK may face a recession this year.
As the Bank of England took a passive stance for much too long in 2021 as the country was emerging from Covid lockdowns and prices were starting to soar, they now feel the need for an aggressive move on rate hikes.
Yet I Read More
Regulation of the crypto market has taken a crucial move forward following comments made earlier this week by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler.
During an interview with CNBC, Gensler said Bitcoin should now be labelled as a commodity.
As I was quoted by Investor Ideas, Mena FN, Share Wise, StockHead and Biz Community, amongst others, the SEC Chairman’s comments have cleared up years of debate. Bitcoin is now viewed as a commodity by one of the most influential regulators in the world, just like gold, and not a Read More
I’m incredibly honoured to be named in CIO Bulletin’s 10 Best CEOs to Watch 2022 feature!
Standards are super high, the selection process was rigorous, and I’m joined in the top 10 alongside other CEOs from major global organisations.
According to the publication: “CIO Bulletin is an interactive, preeminent leadership platform serving as a central resource for information on business and technology leaders and their entrepreneurial ventures.”
During the interview Read More
Following reports of a number of major crypto companies struggling during the current volatility, they need to stop making avoidable mistakes that undermine the industry, lead to financial chaos for investors and job losses for workers.
So far this year Bitcoin has lost around 57% of its value, falling under the $20,000 mark last weekend for the first time since December 2020.
As I was quoted by Value Walk, Financial Investor, Invest Macro and Business Read More
Plans to ditch mortgage affordability rules by the Bank of England are, I believe, utter madness. The new rules mean lenders will no longer have to check whether homeowners would be able to keep up their mortgage payments at higher interest rates.
The move by the central bank is bizarre, and that’s putting it mildly.
A stress test is included in the current affordability checks to cover increasing rates, so as to avoid another credit crunch as we saw in Read More