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Egyptian Billionaire Remains Bullish on Gold, Says It's Wrong to Compare Precious Metal to Bitcoin

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Egyptian Billionaire Remains Bullish on Gold, Says It's Wrong to Compare Precious Metal to Bitcoin

Egyptian Billionaire Remains Bullish on Gold, Says It's Wrong to Compare Precious Metal to Bitcoin

Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris has stated he stays bullish on gold and has no intention to take a position in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin as a result of such funding is a really dangerous enterprise.

Sawiris Says Gold Nonetheless Protected-Haven Asset

In his remarks revealed by The Nationwide Information, the billionaire reveals he believes it’s incorrect for folks to make comparisons between gold and bitcoin. Sawiris, who can be the chief chairman of Cairo-based Orascom Funding Holding, insists gold continues to be the safe-haven asset.

“I’m nonetheless very bullish [on gold] and it’s a secure haven. Folks now are evaluating Bitcoin with gold; it’s a incorrect comparability,” stated the billionaire.

As an indication of his endorsement of gold forward of cryptocurrency, one of many corporations that Sawiris backs, AKH Gold, is reported to have signed a deal to discover 9 blocks in Egypt’s gold-rich Japanese Desert. Equally, La Mancha Holding — the corporate which the billionaire chairs — is reported to have launched a $1.four billion funding fund this yr to pursue investments in gold mining.

Crypto’s Achilles’ Heel

Nevertheless, with respect to bitcoin and different cryptocurrencies, Sawiris, who has a internet value of $3.2 billion, insists the volatility of such belongings makes them very dangerous investments. Consequently, Sawiris warned folks investing in cryptocurrencies they need to count on to lose. He stated:

When the doomsday comes and it crashes, the final folks in the row will lose.

Curiously, the billionaire can be quoted warning of an asset valuation bubble that’s forming in the wake of fast financial rebound and considerable liquidity after authorities measures slowed down the worldwide economic system. In line with Sawiris, some shares or shares are overpriced and there shall be a correction ultimately.

He then advises traders to be selective of how they steadiness their general portfolios and the shares they decide in fairness markets. He added that traders ought to “all the time preserve a place in money since you don’t [know] what occurs [next].”

Do you agree with Sawiris’ remarks about cryptocurrencies? Inform us what you assume in the feedback part under.


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