Neil here. We’re only five days into the new year, and already the headlines are enough to make your head spin.

If you watched the public markets yesterday, you know that the first trading day of 2021 was a rocky one. At a different point in history, we might be left scratching our heads as to why… But right now, the list of potential reasons is about a mile long.

The coronavirus pandemic. Missed vaccination targets. The Georgia runoff elections. Jack Ma’s disappearance from the public eye after China thwarted the Ant Group’s banner IPO.

Those of us who had hoped that the new year would bring a new reality are most likely feeling a bit let down by now. (It wasn’t a realistic hope, of course… But didn’t it almost feel possible?)

That said, the market looks to be recovering somewhat today. And soon enough, the Georgia runoffs will be in the rearview – which means at least one of the shaky pillars supporting the economy will finally quit wobbling and give us a bit of stability.

And stability is what the world needs more than anything after losing an almost unfathomable 1.84 million human lives to COVID-19 last year. Data-based protocols, realistic timelines, achievable goals, checks and balances, and accountability will steadily move us forward.

No doubt that’s why cryptocurrency has had such an outrageous bull run. While it can be quite volatile price-wise, most tech-minded analysts agree that crypto is the future of banking and transactions. That’s because cryptocurrencies are securely encrypted – making them a better choice for the digital age than the cash, checks, and cards we’ve grown used to.

And over the course of the past few months, we’ve seen institutional investors – like mutual funds, pension funds, and credit unions – jump into the ring swinging. When big buyers like these get involved, they don’t just drive up the price of the asset on their own… They also lend credibility to the asset class as a whole. In other words, they’re setting an example that the world has followed closely so far.

In the past month alone, this feeding frenzy has produced incredible price gains, like…

  • Bitcoin (BTC) surpassing $32,500 per coin (a 69.6% jump)
  • Ethereum (ETH) increasing by nearly 80%
  • Litecoin (LTC) leaping 86.7% to a price above $154

And that’s just one month of progress. Zoom out to 2020, and you’ll see that Bitcoin exploded more than 300%… all during one of the most turbulent years on record for stocks.

The question remains: Is the BTC rally hitting its peak? In other words – is it too late to profit off this meteoric rise?

I think not… and many experts agree. Just today, JPMorgan said that BTC could rise to $146,000 as it competes with gold as an “alternative” currency.

Keep in mind that a massive institution like that is likely to be conservative in its projections. My colleague (and the only guy whose opinion I really need when I’m talking crypto), Tom Gentile, is even more bullish on Bitcoin. In fact, he thinks it could rocket all the way to $500K by 2030.

If he’s right, that makes BTC the buy-and-hold play of the century. But there are more than 2,000 cryptocurrencies in existence… and knowing exactly how to play those dark horses can multiply your gains compared to Bitcoin by up to 20 times.

The best part is that these special cryptocurrencies can move much faster than Bitcoin. One top performer grew an incredible 27 times faster than Bitcoin in just one year. Another beat Bitcoin by 2,373% in just 17 days.

Frankly, Tom’s best picks have been beating Bitcoin all year. (And each of them costs a mere fraction of what it’d cost to buy a single BTC.)

He’s guaranteeing that over the next 12 months, he’ll deliver at least 12 recommendations that beat Bitcoin by at least 300% during that trade. And considering he has a 95% win rate right now… I believe him.

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Until next time,

Neil Patel