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A Case For Bitcoin As Recession Hedge In A Diversified Investment Portfolio

When the market is up, it’s really easy to look like you know what you’re doing. With equities in the 8th year of a bull market, many investors and shareholders may feel this way. It’s been a fantastic run — the S&P 500 is up over 250% from its market low during the bottom of the Great Recession. A Case For Bitcoin As Recession Hedge In A Diversified Investment Portfolio (#GotBitcoin?)

Historically, the average bull market in U.S. equities lasts around 9 years, and has a cumulative average return of 450%+.

A Case For Bitcoin As Recession Hedge In A Diversified Investment Portfolio (#GotBitcoin?)

But we know from history that these bull markets don’t last forever.

At some point, a macro down-cycle comes around, sending asset prices tumbling. Yet, predicting down-cycles can be very difficult. When fundamentals erode, bullish investor sentiment can still maintain price levels.

By studying the historical trends, we can make an educated guess on where we are in the current cycle:

At just over 8 years into the current bull market, and with historical bull runs around 9 years on average, we are statistically likely to see a down-cycle within the next few years.

Some traditional metrics support the view that asset prices are nearing peaks. High cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio (CAPE) and price-to-book (PB) ratios are two examples. CAPE and PB are far from perfect as predictive metrics, but still can tell us about where we may stand in the cycle.

A Case For Bitcoin As Recession Hedge In A Diversified Investment Portfolio (#GotBitcoin?)

Weathering The Storm

The last two US-based recessions originated from exploding asset bubbles. These bubbles caused systemic damage across the economy, affecting many asset classes. The Dot-Com Bubble and Great Recession seem obvious when looking back today. Yet, they doomed many professional and amateur investors at the time.

Investors can hold store of value or counter-cyclical assets to combat down-cycles.

Counter-cyclical investments are useful because they may rise while other assets are falling. These opposite movements can help offset losses that occur during a down-cycle.
The downside of counter-cyclical investments tends to be losing gains from riskier assets that have higher returns during normal economic conditions.

We’ve already looked at some of the merits of Bitcoin as a store of value asset. Here, we will take that a step further with a prediction:

If Bitcoin can be a store of value, it will be counter-cyclical and grow in value in the next global recession.

Nowadays there are great investors basing their capital on mainly digital proof of their wealth in stocks and holdings they own.

Bitcoin is young (born 2009) and only recently developed significant global trading volume. Because of that, we don’t have data on how it performs during something like the Great Recession. However, we can make an educated guess in two ways:

(1). By analyzing other counter-cyclical assets we think have similar qualities

(2).A priori — making judgments based on what we fundamentally know about Bitcoin
Good As Gold

Gold is the de facto store of value asset globally. Investors often seek the precious metal during times of economic or political turmoil. They view it as a safe haven and difficult to manipulate by central authorities.

Gold and Bitcoin arguably have much in common. Understanding gold’s performance in recent recessions could be useful for Bitcoin’s outlook. It could be predictive of how Bitcoin might behave in a similar situation.

The Great Recession

When equities fell during the Great Recession, the price of gold rose as investors flocked to safety. Between November 2007 and July 2009, gold was up ~19%, while equities declined by ~35%.

A Case For Bitcoin As Recession Hedge In A Diversified Investment Portfolio (#GotBitcoin?)

In the immediate afterglow of the Great Recession, gold prices maintained similar price increases as rebounding equities, fueled by further macroeconomic turmoil (European Sovereign Debt Crisis).

Yet, held true to its counter-cyclical form. Gold started significantly underperforming equities as the market and investor confidence improved. More recently, gold actually lost value as equities soared.

From the bottom of the recession on March 6th to the present day, the S&P 500 increased ~262% versus just 35% for gold prices.

A Case For Bitcoin As Recession Hedge In A Diversified Investment Portfolio (#GotBitcoin?)

The Dot Com Bubble

Gold’s movement was less dramatic during the shorter and less widespread Dot Com Bubble. Yet, it still exhibited counter-cyclical traits even then. Gold prices were roughly flat while equities (especially technology) declined meaningfully.

Bitcoin’s Correlations (Or Lack There-of)

Based on gold’s historical counter-cyclical movements, if Bitcoin was correlated with gold, we could feel pretty good about also calling Bitcoin counter-cyclical.

But Bitcoin and gold are not currently correlated in their movements.

In fact, Bitcoin is not correlated to any non-cryptoasset right now. Kevin Lu, over at his blog Signal Plot, put together some great graphs illustrating the correlations between Bitcoin and other assets:

Bitcoin’s lack of correlation makes it a possible hedge for portfolios with securities that are correlated (e.g. stocks). Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT) is what much of modern investing is based on. MPT asserts that holding uncorrelated assets can be useful to raise returns without higher risk.

The fact that Bitcoin both appears to move independently from other assets (lacks correlation) and has growth upside makes it a very interesting candidate for long-term investment.

It is likely that Bitcoin’s lack of correlation is driven primarily by two factors:

* It’s young, and hasn’t had time to develop stronger correlations with more traditional assets

* There isn’t a huge amount of institutional money trading and investing in Bitcoin (yet). Once this happens, it will almost certainly become more correlated with other assets, including gold.

Risks To The Predictions

There are multiple risks that could influence whether Bitcoin is counter-cyclical:
Bitcoin loses stability and becomes perceived as less safe

So far, Bitcoin has survived exchange hacks, competing hard forks and network upgrades. This resilience is a solid case for it continue being a store of value asset.

Yet, Bitcoin could theoretically destabilize due to successful forks, hacks or other reasons. That could cause investors to lose confidence in the asset as a safe haven.

Without the store of value quality, Bitcoin likely wouldn’t be counter-cyclical.
Degree of likelihood: Unlikely, but possible

Bitcoin Becomes Overvalued Prior To A Recession

Due to extreme interest, Bitcoin’s price could rise to very high level before a recession. If its value was too high, investors might view Bitcoin as part of the risky, overvalued asset pool. This might cause investors to sell Bitcoin positions along with traditional asset classes.

Degree Of Likelihood: Neutral, Definitely Possible

Another Crypto-Asset Takes The Store Of Value Crown

Several other cryptoassets have promising outlooks. Some are in position to be safe haven assets, especially if Bitcoin loses stability in the future. Some of the notable candidates include:

* Litecoin (LTC), which is similar to Bitcoin in many ways (“silver to Bitcoin’s gold”). LTC tends to implement scalability / network changes faster

* Ethereum Classic (ETC), which has smart contract functionality with a fixed supply of tokens. ‘Regular’ Ethereum, despite lacking a fixed supply, could also become a store of value due to its large potential utility value.

* Other interesting projects in the space: Dash (DASH), Monero (XMR), Zcash (ZEC)
Degree of likelihood: Unlikely, but possible

Summary Thoughts

(1). We are roughly 8 years into the current bull market. We are statistically likely (but not guaranteed) to see a recession in the short to medium term.

(2). Bitcoin is already considered a store of value asset by many, and will increasingly be viewed that way by institutional investors

(3). Bitcoin will likely be counter-cyclical in the next recession, rising in value as equities and correlated assets drop

(4). Bitcoin is currently not correlated with other asset classes, making it a potentially attractive way to hedge traditional assets

(5). Bitcoin will develop stronger correlation with other assets as institutional players enter the market. In the next recession, it will likely increase its correlation with gold

(6). In my view, Bitcoin makes a lot of sense as part of a diversified, long-term portfolio that seeks to perform in all economic conditions

  1. ‘Time for Plan ₿,’ Says VanEck Exec as Negative Yield Bonds Hit $15 TrillionAccording to Deutsche Bank, 27% of global bonds traded are now negative yield, so expected to pay out less than their initial cost.Negative Yield Bonds Dwarf Bitcoin Market Cap

    This represents $15 trillion worth of debt. Or as VanEck digital asset director, Gabor Gurbacs, commented Aug. 14, this is 75 times the total Bitcoin market cap.

    “It’s Time For Plan ₿!” He Adds.

    Whilst currently this phenomenon is limited to certain European countries and Japan, all eyes are on the U.S. Federal Reserve to see if it follows the trend.

    Meanwhile, ex-chairman of the Fed, Alan Greenspan, told Bloomberg on Tuesday that there is no barrier to Treasury yields falling below zero. This prompted Bitcoin perma-bull, Max Keiser to tweet that “Bitcoin has no top because fiat has no bottom.”

    Lend The Government $100 And Get $90 Back

    Global economic uncertainty around unchecked quantitative easing, trade wars, deflationary technology and political instability has driven more and more investors towards negative yielding bonds.

    The total value of such bonds has risen to $15 trillion dollars, almost tripling since Oct. 2018. Countries such as Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Japan, are all issuing bonds with negative interest rates.

    Whereas historically, the government would pay you interest for lending them the money instead of spending it, people are now paying for these safe-havens for their wealth.

    Faced with negative yield from government bonds as one safe haven investment, investors must surely look to alternatives such as gold and increasingly Bitcoin as the technology is now over a decade old.

    As Cointelegraph reported earlier this month, former Goldman Sachs executive Raoul Pal makes thinks the world is fast approaching a currency crisis and that Bitcoin will thrive in the next financial crisis due to its borderless, deflationary and apolitical properties.

    Updated: 10-31-2019

    Bitcoin and Stocks Break 2019 Reverse Correlation Trend — Chart Data

    In many ways, Bitcoin (BTC) and the crypto markets as a whole live somewhat independently from traditional markets. The global crypto space never sleeps, operating at all hours of the day on a global scale.

    Traditional market price movements and conditions, however, may still have an impact on Bitcoin. If the economy is healthy, seeing rising prices for traditional market indices such as the S&P 500, it makes sense that people might be more willing to take risks by putting money into Bitcoin, an asset that is still speculative at this point in its history.

    Crypto-Twitter has hosted many discussions on Bitcoin’s potential reaction to an overall market recession, which the digital asset has not yet truly seen since its creation in 2009. The jury is still out on how the asset and its surrounding blockchain industry might react to such a scenario.

    Comparing Daily Charts: S&P 500 And Bitcoin

    Comparing Bitcoin’s price with the S&P 500 index over the last two years shows some interesting data.
    A major benchmark of traditional finance, the S&P 500, takes the 500 biggest public companies in the United States and averages their stock prices into an index, providing a single price that reflects the overall market performance.

    For the most part, over the course of 2018 and 2019, Bitcoin and the S&P 500 acted surprisingly opposite to each other, with the exception of two instances when the two markets seemingly flowed together.

    Several comparisons can be made between the S&P 500 and Bitcoin over the course of 2018 and 2019.
    Starting in 2018, between Jan. 26 and Feb. 8, both prices suffered a steep decline before bouncing in similar fashions.

    Between February and September, the S&P and Bitcoin rode opposite trends. The traditional market index gradually rose to new all-time highs while crypto’s largest asset trended down, dropping more than 40% between March and September 2018.

    On Sept. 21, the S&P hovered around all-time high levels while Bitcoin fluctuated near $6,000 support during a time of low volatility. At this point, Bitcoin was nowhere near its yearly high above $17,000, which the digital asset hit in January 2018.

    The S&P saw the bottom of a correctional period around Christmas, which was similar to Bitcoin’s market state this time, although Bitcoin saw a big drop earlier — from $6,000 to nearly $3,000 — in November 2018, and did not bounce with exuberance like the S&P.

    Instead, BTC bottomed out with consolidation and low volatility until April 2019.

    Bitcoin Soars 70% In May 2019 As Stocks Correct

    The S&P was back near its all-time price highs by May 1, 2019. Meanwhile, Bitcoin was in the early stages of its uptrend — a trend that would eventually more than double the digital asset’s price.

    During the month of May, the two market products acted strikingly opposite to each other. The S&P faced a rather bold correction, just over 7% to the downside as Bitcoin rose more than 70% in the same time period.
    The inverse correlation between continued into July, with the S&P posting new all-time highs once again around July 26, while Bitcoin was consolidating after its 2019 high near $13,900.

    This pattern was also displayed in late July as well, with a sharp Bitcoin bounce while the S&P saw a notable decline.

    On the whole, since August 2019, the S&P stayed in an upward trend, while Bitcoin has seen an overall downward trend until recently, in what may be the start of a potential bullish reversal.

    Is Bitcoin an alternative investment?

    Since May 1, 2019, Bitcoin and the S&P 500 have been inversely correlated for the most part, particularly when it comes to sizeable moves. Recently, however, the S&P has hit record levels, coinciding with Bitcoin’s historic 42% daily price gain on Oct. 25 and, therefore, undermining the summer’s reverse correlation patterns.

    As Bitcoin is often pitched as a borderless, decentralized and alternative digital asset, it should, in theory, act independently of traditional markets. Buyers of Bitcoin, however, often need cash to pay for Bitcoin, which is ultimately affected by politics and traditional markets, leading to a correlation between the two worlds.

    Not Everyone Buys Bitcoin As A Hedge Narrative

    Bitcoin as a hedge to government currencies and traditional markets is a hot topic these days, particularly in light of the recent economic unrest in countries like Lebanon.

    Since May 2019, the charts above show Bitcoin as a potential hedge against the S&P 500, which in many ways represents the overall state of traditional financial markets.

    This inverse correlation, however, was not as consistent in 2018. Anthony Pompliano, the co-founder of asset management firm Morgan Creek Digital, has spoken on the topic of Bitcoin as a hedge. In August 2019, Pompliano said:

    “Central banks bought more than $15 billion of gold in the first 6 months of the year. They are trying to hedge their risk to the U.S. dollar. Wait till they find out about the non-correlated, asymmetric upside profile of Bitcoin. Every central bank will be buying Bitcoin.”

    Fundstrat managing partner and Bitcoin permabull, Tom Lee, holds the opposing view, however, arguing that BTC/USD moves with traditional markets. In a Sept. 12, 2019 tweet, Lee said:

    “Unpopular opinion, Bitcoin won’t make a new high until S&P 500 makes a new high. BTC has been range bound because macro trendless. Confirmed by our Bitcoin Misery Index falling from 66 (50 now). Since 2009, best years for Bitcoin is when S&P 500 >15%.”

    Comparing charts from the S&P and Bitcoin shows compelling — but certainly not conclusive — evidence for the Bitcoin hedge narrative. It is also important to consider the many other factors that might affect correlation data, such as central bank policy, inflation, etc.

    For example, as Cointelegraph reported earlier this month, the United States Federal Reserve has added $210 billion to the market over the past two months — an amount greater than Bitcoin’s entire market cap of $167 billion — and one that could make deflationary assets such as gold and Bitcoin attractive to investors.

  2.  Updated: 11-20-2019
    Bloomberg Panel: Bitcoin More Attractive During Times of Global UncertaintyJohn Pfeffer, founder of Pfeffer Capital, together with Travis Kling, founder and CIO of Ikigai Asset Management and Charles McGarraugh, head of markets for Blockchain, discussed Bitcoin (BTC) in the context of Brexit, trade wars and geopolitical uncertainty.

    On Nov. 20, the panel of three sat down for an interview with Bloomberg’s Alastair Marsh at the Future of Digital Assets briefing in London, where they took a closer look at the idea that Bitcoin becomes more attractive as an investment during times of global uncertainty.
    Bitcoin the ultimate store of value?

    (1:20) Charles McGarraugh started off the conversation by agreeing to the idea that BTC does indeed become more appealing during threats of recessions and general global times of uncertainty. “I totally buy into that idea,” he said.

    (3:12) John Pfeffer continued by saying that BTC is poised to become digital gold. “Sooner or later that is going to happen,” Pfeffer said, pointing out that if BTC were already considered today’s digital gold, the upside of BTC would not be the same, as it would be worth at least one or two orders of magnitudes more. He added:

    “We think of [BTC] in our portfolio as it goes into our venture portfolio. […] It is a venture that aspires to become digital gold, and is showing great promise of doing that. Because it hasn’t done that yet […] there is a lot of upside, but also downside.”

    (5:35) Travis Kling gives perhaps the most direct answer when he says that Bitcoin is a risk asset, one with specific investment characteristics “that become increasingly more attractive the more irresponsible monetary and fiscal policy is from central banks and governments globally,” adding:

    “Investors in BTC today aren’t investing in Bitcoin as a store of value today, we’re speculating that it may become a store of value because it has the characteristics to be a good store of value.”

    (11:00) Kling further points out that if the United States was still on the gold standard, and was balancing its budget every year instead of spending a trillion dollars more than they collect, “we might not need Bitcoin so much.” However, as Kling puts it, “that ain’t the world we’re living in.”
    US national debt growth is not sustainable

    In November, the head of the United States Federal Reserve Jerome Powell noted that currently, U.S. national debt is growing faster than nominal GDP. He admitted that the current economic policy is not sustainable, but that it is not its job to fix it. “Ultimately in the long run that’s not a sustainable place to be,” he said.

    U.S. debt has now topped $23 trillion, which adds up to $70,000 per head of the population, or more than $1 million for every Bitcoin that will ever exist.

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