BOSTON, Jan. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Bitcoin’s price plunge this fall prompted the cryptocurrency community to wonder when the drop might stop. According to one Wall Street veteran turned digital asset investor, Bitcoin’s revival begins on January 2, 2019.
In a hours before the end of a tumultuous 2018 for cryptocurrencies, Managing Partner John Sarson, an early digital asset transparency advocate, said investors should pay attention to inflows of institutional capital starting January 2, 2019.
“Hedge fund managers posses unique insight … into capital flows that are not yet printed,” said Sarson. He followed that by stating, “Most other hedge funds would agree (though they might not tell you), that a substantial number of institutional and high net worth prospects have reengaged and have committed capital to cryptocurrencies.”
Based in Indianapolis, Sarson Funds’ multiple cryptocurrency investment funds share a common theme: an emphasis on investment transparency. When asked about insight into anticipated capital flows, Sarson said metrics derived from observed orderbook information are some of the many data points that play a key role in the firm’s rules-based process.
But why will this money wait until January 2nd? “Few investors want an extra K-1 form for just one month of management,” said Sarson. Additionally, Sarson noted that “market stability had not yet manifested by December 1st, the cut off for most funds to take on new investments.”
Fresh off the heels of opening a new Sarson Funds office in the Boston-area, Sarson made his bullish stance clear, concluding, “On January 2nd, banks will re-open and hedge funds holding on to new deposits will be clear to wire deposits to cryptocurrency exchanges. We expect this influx of orders to be more than enough buying power to cause a massive surge in price – one that we expect to intensify throughout the week as managers scramble into Bitcoin looking for ‘crypto-beta’ as Bitcoin starts moving.”
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