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May 13, 2018, 01:14:49 PM
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seems like a ridiculous question. Berkshire averages what like 20% a year. Bitcoin averages something like 170% a year. Do the math.
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May 13, 2018, 03:30:10 PM
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if you want to compare the two then lets do it properly.
bitcoin was created 9 years ago and in this 9 years it has grown to current $8000+ price level.
Berkshire stocks dates back to 1839 (179 years ago) the real growth was in the 60s which is still 50+ years ago and it this time price of it has gone up to $300k+

in simple comparison bitcoin is in the starting steps of growing up! it is the infant in comparison. not to mention that bitcoin is something that people are buying globally and using it everywhere whereas BH is only a company with limited shares and is already big and has not much room to grow

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May 13, 2018, 04:10:45 PM
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Just think of it as moving something that's really heavy vs something that's light.

Bitcoins marketcap is tiny, and given its fundamentals, the growth potential is massive. The features of Bitcoin are only going to be increasingly more desirable, specially with a looming financial crisis worse than 2008's in the horizon.

On the other hand Berkshire is a mammoth difficult to move, small gains in the future, and at risk of losing value due systemic risk of the aforementioned crisis.

It's a nobrainer, put your money on Bitcoin, not on Buffet.

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May 13, 2018, 04:42:10 PM
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Bitcoin vs Berkshire between this company have different issues first of all because both are different areas but if we see the future of course bitcoin have bright future because ther bitcoin share holders are invested money which will double after few years later and day by day the price will crease so I can tell that bitcoin is the best for investing money and this will bring more profit so bitcoin will gain.
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May 13, 2018, 11:19:06 PM
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some people talk about 20000$, but in 5 years bitcoin has potential to break all the barriers and cat achieve that height which no one ever imagined. i am very much hopeful with it.  Shocked Shocked
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May 13, 2018, 11:21:03 PM
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Bitcoins will have more gains in five years than Berkshire but is bitcoin safer haven than berkshire? Berkshire seems a stable asset to invest in than bitcoins which is surrounded with too much uncertainty.

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May 14, 2018, 06:34:17 AM
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I think from what we are seeing berkshire indeed is a good investment, there is nondoubt that warren buffet had established himself to be a great investor/ businessman and a capitalist, however there is still a lot of room for improvment, they need aslo to cater those who uses crypto currency, if they will not, a great empire would fall down, we already seen this with nokia, because they didn't give what the public wants, now iphones and samsung is running the game they once dominated. Within the past years bitcoin had grown more than berkshire, thus a lot of prominent figures in the investment world are bad mouthing bitcoin, simply because they too will loose a lot of money and will loose control, since bitcoin is decentralized.
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May 14, 2018, 04:20:08 PM
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If anything, Berkshite Hattaway is a good pointer of how the Bitcoin graph will look long term.

https://vanjey-design.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/brk-a-stock-quote-fascinating-brk-a-stock-quote-amusing-the-rule-to-reach-a-milestone-maximize.png

Big correction cicles but overall uptrend. And in january 2018, it hit the $300k mark, so that's a $100k increase in 4 years. Imagine growth the potential for BTC for the next 4.


People not buying as much Bitcoin as possible right now are going to kill themselves in 10 years.

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May 15, 2018, 09:52:19 AM
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In five years from now who would have more gains? I think bitcoin will..5 years of holding to the moon and many dips.

To me it'll definitely be bitcoin.

I expect a recovery of BTC prices on a huge scale within a year, and the bull market should come by at around 2020 since that's when the halving occurs, and the most hype is built up for BTC trading. It's not necessarily go as high as the last bull market, but certainly you can expect at least 200-300% gains from BTC recovering from the current value to its previous ATH alone, and that's not taking into account that the last ATH is most likely going to be eclipsed during the next bull market.

Berkshire could continue its 10-20% gains per year, which is great. But BTC is still in its early adoption phase, and as such, will produce much better returns. Buffett will regret not getting into BTC early.

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