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Digital Assets Investing in Bitcoin and Digital Assets

Is bitcoin a good investment, and is a bitcoin ETF the best way to add exposure? Here are resources that filter out the jargon to help investors better understand bitcoin, cryptocurrencies and other digital assets, and what role they play within a portfolio

The Investment Case for Bitcoin

Bitcoin is increasingly used as an asset with monetary value and adoption is growing. How does it fit within an investment portfolio, and what impact would an allocation to bitcoin have?

  • Digital gold: Like the metal, bitcoin is a potential store of value.
  • Portfolio diversification: Bitcoin has very low correlation with traditional asset classes, such as broad market equity indices, bonds and gold.
  • Rising demand: More investors are buying bitcoin, including institutional investors.

“No Jargon” Bitcoin Education

The Results of Our Volatility Study May Surprise You

While bitcoin continues to be a volatile asset, the findings of our volatility study of bitcoin against the constituents of the S&P 500 Index may surprise investors.
The Results of Our Volatility Study May Surprise You

Bitcoin May Be Less Volatile than Many S&P 500 Stocks

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