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The Stock-to-Flow (S2F) model made by PlanB is one of the most famous price prediction apparatuses from the Bitcoin area. It forecasts the long-term price tendency of Bitcoin by weighing two chief variables: the amount of BTC in existence (the stock) versus the sum of newly mined coins entering the marketplace (the flow).
Up to now, the model was eerily accurate. Bitcoin closed February 26 percent over the model's projected cost and stays on pace to reach the model's end-of-year target of $288K. Together with Bitcoin now trading at around $56K, it would have to increase over 400% between now and December.
Anthony Pompliano of Morgan Creek Digital and Dan Morehead of Pantera Capital have not put their sights around $200K for 2021, but it doesn't mean they are bearish. They believe Bitcoin will shut the year over $100K, which would be twice the current cost.
At a recent interview with Cointelegraph, Pomp mentioned :
If all of a sudden just about 8 million Bitcoin are accessible and all this demand is currently showing up, you are likely to have a fairly aggressive price growth.
Wherever there are bulls, you will find also bears. Peter Schiff is one of the most outspoken Bitcoin critics at the crypto area. He considers Bitcoin is a pumped-up bubble that will eventually lead many investors to fiscal ruin. According to him, it's merely a matter of time until it comes crashing down to zero.
In an interview, Schiff said:
It does not matter that the price has gone up. [...] Finally, the supply of fools will run out and the biggest fool ends up being the bag holder.
Who'd have thought the day could come when $100K, or even $200K, Bitcoin cost predictions are considered average? Well, now may eventually be that day. Unconfirmed reports say Citibank have set their sights set on higher cost goals for 2021.
And that is only in the short term. As Bitcoin's price rises, so do the long-term forecasts. Frank Holmes of US Global Investors and Scott Minerd of Guggenheim Investments both believe half a million dollars is within reach in the next several years.
But there's one cost prediction that trumps them all. Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor foresees Bitcoin sucking 'financial energy', which could propel it to an unthinkable cost:
In principle, all monetary energy that is simply searching for a shop of value/safe haven index should presumably drain out of property, money, stocks, and bonds in the Bitcoin network.
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