Bitcoin mania is making investors ignore other assets that have far more upside potential, an investment chief says
- Bitcoin-focused investors are losing out on the potential of other assets like
oil, Rich Bernsteinsaid.
- People don't care even though oil is riding high in a bull market, he said.
Bitcoinis up 37% so far this year, while Brent crude is trading 44% higher during the same period.
Investment adviser Rich Bernstein said in a CNBC interview Monday that bitcoin is a bubble, and crypto mania is making investors ignore other asset classes that have more potential.
Institutional acceptance of bitcoin and other major
"We've got this major bull market going on in
By officially establishing itself as an asset class, the most popular digital asset has had a historic year as Wall Street titans like Goldman Sachs opened its trading floor to it. But Bernstein thinks bitcoin's bull run isn't sustainable in the longer term.Investors could suffer portfolio declines over the next two to five years if they overlook other asset classes, he said. "The side of that see-saw you want to be on is the kind of pro-inflation side which most people are not investing in," he said. Bernstein listed energy, materials, and industrials as his top bets "because that's where the growth is going to be" within the next six to 18 months.
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